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Canada’s privacy sector privacy law was born in the late 1990s at a time when e-commerce was largely a curiosity and companies such as Facebook did not exist.... more
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data
privacy
big data
TORONTO  – Green Party of Canada Leader Annamie Paul said today that Canada should immediately begin bilateral negotiations with President-elect Biden on the... more
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USpoli
Foreign Affairs
climate change
Refugees
     Re:  Chrystia Freeland wants to spend more — lots more, Heather Scoffield, Oct. 28, 2020         The "fiscal" anchor of a sovereign country should be... more
New Deal
Plan Jefes
Bank of Canada
Chrystia Freeland
  Elizabeth May of the Green Party of Canada spoke at the national press conference about the Greens stand with Hong Kong and urged the Canadian government... more
Elizabeth May
Green Party of Canada
HongKong
democracy
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Human Rights
Torontonian HongKongers
Action Group
THKAG
There is lots of opportunity for Canada to secure good, high-paying domestic jobs in renewable energy by focusing on more cutting-edge technologies and... more
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Technology
renewables
China
Re: Liberals are considering a universal basic income, but economists have tough questions for its proponents, Stuart Thomson, Sep 16, 2020    Providing a... more
Keynes
Argentina
Massive deficit to be revealed today begins new era of debt for Canada, Kait Bolongaro, Jul 08, 2020 The federal government need not agonize over deficits,... more
Japan
IMF
debt-to-GDP ratio
Last week the Ford government released their “preferred route” for a new 400-series highway. The proposed Highway 413 will carve up the Greenbelt. It runs... more
Agriculture
climate change
ONPoli
Last week, I made two alarming discoveries: The federal government has suspended water quality monitoring since the beginning of the pandemic. The federal... more
climate change
cdnpoli
environmental justice
Oil sands
If an election were held right now, the Liberal Party (36%) to lead nationally - with a five point lead over the Conservatives (31%) – but Liberal support has... more
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we charity
covid-19
Premier Ford has never stopped looking for ways to carve up more farmland and greenspace for deep-pocketed land speculators. After trying multiple times to get... more
ONPoli
Development
Housing
Agriculture
When I pronounced during a news conference in Ottawa on Wednesday that “Oil is dead,” I expected neither surprise nor outrage. I thought I was just pointing... more
climate change
Oil
cdnpoli
covid-19
Re: Mayor Kennedy Stewart looking for breakthrough year in 2020, Mike Howell, JANUARY 22, 2020 There is only one taxpayer, so the saying goes, but more... more
Housing
Transit
deficits
Re:  Liberals move forward on promised income tax cut, with first phase to start in January, Brian Platt, December 9, 2019   How is it that despite the... more
Bank of Canada
Modern Monetary Theory
Equality in Transit has come to a cross road with the #ParaParity campaign. Riders using Para Transpo are starting to speak up. Simple, we had enough! The... more
Para Transpo OC Transpo #ParaParity City of Ottawa

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