Accidental Deliberations: Thursday Morning Links

This and that for your Thursday reading. – Pam Belluck reports on a new study showing that people who weren’t initially hospitalized for COVID make up over three-quarters of the U.S.’ long COVID cases, while Andrew Romano discusses the likelihood that people will face constant infection absent better vaccine protection

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Accidental Deliberations: Wednesday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material for your mid-week reading. – Mickey Djuric reports on Saskatchewan’s alarmingly high rate of positive COVID-19 tests as students prepare to return to school. And Heidi Atter reports on the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation’s call for mandatory vaccination to minimize the all-too-predictable spread in the school environment.  – PressProgress

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Accidental Deliberations: On choice giveaways

There’s been plenty worth criticizing about Scott Moe’s combination of laughable demands of the federal government and refusal to take responsibility for anything his government is doing at home. But let’s take note of yet another example of the Saskatchewan Party’s fanatical focus on freebies for resource exploiters with no

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