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OP ED: The Senate, The Foxes, The Hounds and the Chickens

Yes, the senate is currently a morass of patronage, butt-kissing yes men and free lunches. There can be no denying at this point that there are too many in the senate who have no business doing the country’s business. Over the years the Senate has become the golden parachute of the party faithful among the [...]

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OP ED: “Le plus ça change…”

Legault aiming for Charest’s legs, David doing likewise on Marois. #cdnpoli #quebec2012

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Congratulations, “Conservatives”…

Let us now reap the rewards. #c38

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The Problem is: This is not a ‘Class War’

We all have hobbies, yet is the man who eats caviar somehow more wasteful that someone who eats fish because their wallet is fatter?

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Watch “The Deluge: Montreal, May 29th 2012″ on YouTube

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Coyne: A protest devolves into a movement about nothing — except drama

Coyne: A protest devolves into a movement about nothing — except drama. Not exactly. When is enough, enough. When do people who understand the numbers become enough against the tide of what is ‘status quo’ when do we try to make the system we tout actually work for society? It’s up to you, Mr. Charest. [...]

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The Fact and Fiction of Equalization Payments

Federally, the province of Quebec accounts for %19.65 in the total Canadian GDP at $303.7bn in 2009. The Tar Sands generate only $1.5bn per day.

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OP ED: The Devil is in the Details

Well, we can no longer accuse Jean Charest of having no sense of humour, abeit perhaps a bit more black comedy than most would like; his wisecrack while inflammatory has, as they say, the devil in the details. While masked instigators wearing red squares were trying to enter the Palais de Congres on Friday, Charest [...]

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420: What’s Hype and What’s Not?

Old trends, rites of passage, and the new masks they’ll often wear in the age of refined capitalism. Anyone who has smoked marijuana knows that it is becoming more potent.  Even someone like myself, who in the 90′s at the tender age of 22 who decided to pick up a joint and give it a [...]

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Student Protests and Tuition Hikes

#cdnpoli #qcpoli #budget …after 18$, on average, the wage drops to $12 per hour…

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