Canadian Trends: "Near Normal"

Well Alberta Wars was fun eh? I quite enjoyed writing that. The series will continue again as we near the events I anticipate are coming and have mapped out for the remaining 4 episodes. But for now I need to refocus my efforts. I have been writing about Alberta’s deteriorating

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Canadian Trends: The emperor’s new cloak

I haven’t written in awhile as I have been waiting for events to stabilize a bit and allow the inevitable new messaging to take hold. As I wrote in ‘Russia moves for N.A. production and banking death blow while Kenney’s agenda disintegrates over-night‘: The fuckwad UCP’s social license and benefit of

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Canadian Trends: Crossroads

Warning: this post contains difficult subject matter. I’ve never felt the need to put a warning about the contents of a post before but at the same time my twitter and blog have been pretty successful of flying under the radar, until recently that is. This blog doesn’t deal in

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Canadian Trends: Buffalo Theatre

Well! Alberta’s had a busy few weeks, hasn’t it? It really has become it’s own unfolding disaster everyone just gets to watch in slow motion because Albertans, and Canadians, typically don’t dare oppose an elected government even if they’re blatantly lying, and not working in your best interest. Like.. they’re

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