Accidental Deliberations: Friday Morning Links

Assorted content to end your week. – Carla Holinaty highlights how Saskatchewan’s teachers and students deserve a well-thought-out plan for their return to school – rather than the most negligent one in the country. – David Giles reports on the Saskatchewan NDP’s call for a continued rental eviction moratorium. But

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Accidental Deliberations: On ongoing failings

Andrew Leach has pointed out how Alberta’s economy has been the worst in the country since Jason Kenney took power. But it’s also worth noting which provinces have seen similar results: In other words, leaving aside the problems with Moe’s non-response to the COVID crisis, Saskatchewan’s GDP and employment situations

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Accidental Deliberations: On denialism

To date, most of the response to Scott Moe’s multi-billion-dollar irrigation scheme has focused on the immense cost for uncertain return, as well as the lack of consultation with people who stand to be severely affected. But there’s another major problem worth noting with the Sask Party’s plans to dust

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Accidental Deliberations: Wednesday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material for your mid-week reading. – Donald McNeil discusses how inconsistency in state-level policies and a lack of federal leadership have combined to result in the coronavirus epidemic manifesting in radically different ways across the U.S. And Karen Wang points out the ticking clock facing Canadian students, parents and

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