Accidental Deliberations: #Elxn44 Roundup

News and notes from Canada’s federal election campaign. – Alex Hemingway writes about the need to tax the rich far beyond even the “unlimited zeal” reflected in the NDP’s modest plans to secure additional revenue. And David Moscrop makes the case for far more discussion of systemic change in who owns and makes decisions

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Accidental Deliberations: #Elxn44 Roundup

News and notes from Canada’s federal election campaign. – Doug Nesbitt calls out Erin O’Toole’s bait-and-switch scheme toward the working class. And PressProgress highlights how the Cons’ policy planks for gig workers were actually written by Uber lobbyists to entrench permanent underclass status in law.  – Meanwhile, D.T. Cochrane examines

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Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material for your Monday reading. – Jenna Gettings et al. study the massive effect masking and improved ventilation have in reducing the spread of the coronavirus in elementary schools. But Sheila Wang reports on the outdated assumptions still being used to inform public health advice about COVID-19. And Michael

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Accidental Deliberations: Thursday Morning Links

This and that for your Thursday reading. – Robyn Urback criticizes the Ford PCs’ habit (matched by other conservative governments) of responding to COVID-19 with continued cycles of procrastination followed by panic. And Rachel McLay highlights how political will has been the key factor in Atlantic Canada’s success in suppressing

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