Accidental Deliberations: New column day

Here, on the parallels between the presidency of Donald Trump and the danger of a Doug Ford-led government in Ontario. For further reading…– Hugh Mackenzie has done the math on the PCs’ non-platform, finding a fiscal hole of $13.75 billion every year. – Graeme Gordon reports on Ontario Proud’s voter

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Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material to start your week. – Andrew Anthony interviews Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett about their new book on the connection between inequality and mental illness. And Danny Dorling discusses the external (and preventable) causes of many mental health issues: People working in separate disciplines are coming to the

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daveberta.ca – Alberta Politics: Episode 12: Trans Mountain Pipeline deadline, NDP family conflict, and Horwath NDP vs. Ford Nation in Ontario’s Election

How are Canada’s political leaders are positioning themselves ahead of the Kinder Morgan corporation’s imposed May 31 pipeline deadline? What will federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau say when he visits Calgary this week? What is the long term impact of the pipeline dispute between the provincial and federal New Democratic Parties?

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Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material to start your week. -The UK’s Association of Directors of Public Health speaks out (PDF) about the importance of giving children the best possible start in life – including through security in the essentials of life. – But Christina Gibson-Davis and Christine Perchenski write about the increased inequality

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