An Unsurprising Correlation

Check this out:Newfoundland & Labrador Premier Kathy Dunderdale, in a speech to the St. John’s Board of Trade, Febraury 23, 2011 (emphasis added):”Our province has never been in a stronger position.GDP growth for 2010 is estimated at 5.4 per cent, …

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the reeves report: US Dept. of Transportation orders TransCanada to halt activity on Keystone I

Effective immediately, the US Department of Transportation has ordered TransCanada to suspend all activity on the Keystone I pipeline. According to the New York Times, the order was issued by the Transportation department’s Pipelines and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. “Effective immediately,” the PHMSA claims, “this order prevents TransCanada from restarting operations on their Keystone crude … Continue reading »

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Herbinator: Health queue jumping

Don’t be surprised at health queue jumping. We have a medico monopoly in all of its aspects. In this type of atmosphere there can be no health truths and no retribution. Hell, even the President of the CMA can endorse queue jumping without nary a boo in protest. Break the

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Awww! Jason Kenney! My Heart Is Breaking! Somebody Get Him a Fainting Couch!

Poor Jason Kenney! By extension, poor, poor Harpercons! My heart bleeds for you! Now we understand why Stevie Spiteful wants to have elected senators. It appears to be all about his dear precious Alberta, a province that sends six senators to the red chamber to represent them.  Jason Kenney’s digestive tract is twisted . . . → Read More: Awww! Jason Kenney! My Heart Is Breaking! Somebody Get Him a Fainting Couch!

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Carbon49 - a blog on sustainability for Canadian businesses: Environment Minister Sets Canada’s Carbon Policy

Environment Minister Peter Kent sets the tone of Canada’s carbon policy for the next four years in his first interview after the federal election that resulted in a Conservative majority. Instead of cap-and-trade or carbon tax regime, Canada will introduce sector based regulations, starting with the transportation, coal, and oilsands sectors.

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