Accidental Deliberations: On stark choices

The advance polls are now open in Regina’s municipal election, while mail-in ballots have been available for some time. So I’ll take the opportunity to discuss voters’ options – beginning with the City Council races which make for perhaps the most interesting set of possibilities we’ve seen in decades. I’ve

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Accidental Deliberations: Saturday Morning Links

Assorted content for your weekend reading. – Resource Movement offers a handy primer on wealth taxes (and the value of applying them). – Jean-Benoit Legault reports on new research showing that pregnant Inuit women are exposed to significantly more contaminants than their counterparts elsewhere. – David Climenhaga discusses how generations

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Accidental Deliberations: On local decisions

I haven’t paid a lot of attention yet to Saskatchewan’s municipal elections, due primarily to the reality that anything which happens at that level can be undone by a provincial governments which considers itself entitled to override the will of municipalities. (And sadly, there’s little indication that respect for other

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