Alberta Politics: OK, he said nothing new, but why did Justin Trudeau’s pipeline presser make Conservatives so angry?

Conservatives’ faux shock at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s relatively news free pipeline construction announcement in Edmonton last week was a thing to behold. The tone generally was, “there oughtta be a law,” to wit, a law against making announcements when you have nothing to announce. Only with considerably harsher language,

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Accidental Deliberations: Sunday Morning Links

This and that for your Sunday reading. – PressProgress reports on federal government focus groups indicating the twin problems of precarious employment and high costs of living: According to recently published public opinion research commissioned by the Privy Council Office (PCO) newly reviewed by PressProgress, the Trudeau government’s own internal

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Accidental Deliberations: Friday Morning Links

Assorted content to end your week. – Mike Pearl discusses the climate despair of people understandably having difficulty working toward a longer term which is utterly neglected in our most important social decisions. But Macleans’ feature on climate change includes both Alanna Mitchell’s take on what a zero-emission future might

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Warren Kinsella: Dimples? Simple

Dimples. That’s what you actually get some Trudeau trolls nattering about online: Andrew Scheer’s dimples. Seriously. For some reason beyond the understanding of sane people, the Trudeaupian types think that the Conservative leader’s dimples disqualify him as a candidate for Prime Minister. They go on about it all the time.

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