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Jian Ghomeshi: A Brief Note
Yes the story is ugly but I sincerely hope that someone is making sure he's ok. #JianGhomeshi — Mike Bendixen (@mikebendixen) October 31, 2014 [read more]
Halloween in Nunavut
Ebola, the President, and Quarantines: Who will protect Americans, and how?
Ebola nurse Kaci HickoxToday we saw an ebola nurse defy the order of the Governor of her state to remain in quarantine, after she returned from ebola-stricken Africa. [read more]
What's Your Little Jihadi Doing for Halloween?
Apparently WalMart has that covered.  $39.95 gets little Johnny a full Pashtun costume complete with beard.  IED not included. [read more]
If It's Cold War You Want, It's Cold War You'll Get
Wasn't one enough?  Really? [read more]
Bob Rae in Regina about Honouring The Treaties
Hundreds listening to @BobRae48 at #uofr #bigcrowd #HonourTheTreaties #IdleNoMore pic.twitter.com/QAzkPW01Lz — Saskboy K. (@saskboy) October 31, 2014 The Calder case about the Niska people. Argued no treaty so they had Aboriginal title ... [read more]
Earl Flynn, Intellectual Property Pirate
Earl J. Woods is a professional writer based in Edmonton, Alberta. [read more]
The Snack, Iqaluit
ConCalls: DDM Goes Down For #elxnfraud
The Prime Minister’s first attack dog on the RoboCon file, Dean Del Mastro, has been found guilty of election fraud in 2008. The courts haven’t really caught up fully with the Conservatives’ election frauds of 2011, but they’ve already ... [read more]
The baffling Beer Store battle.
Maybe Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne does not like beer. Sometimes when you get together over a bottle or so of beer, you can solve this type of problem. It simply does not work when a major participant in the problem does not drink bee ... [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Friday, October 31, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Friday, October 31, 2014: Kingston lawyer John Farant first in Ontario to be disbarred over sexual harassment | Ontario | NewsJian Ghomeshi accusations can’t be inv ... [read more]
Seriously, From Here on In, This Might Be as Good as It Gets. But, on the Other Hand. It's Something Else.
My all-time band, from the very first time I heard "Satisfaction" to today and, almost certainly, forever.  The Rolling Stones with former,  albeit briefly, band member, Mick Taylor.  Oh yeah, and Bernard Fowler. [read more]
My Ideal Justice League Lineup
Comic book nerds like me often have their favourite team line-ups, often based on the team's composition during the golden age, i.e., the golden age of the comic-loving kid, between ages 6 to 12 or so. For me, my team was the Justice Le ... [read more]
Journalist Tired of Unfree Press Pushing War
A German journalist explains how the CIA misused him to manipulate people, to push war. “Non official cover” [read more]
On The Passing Of Jonathon Kay: An Appreciation In Verse
Remember Jonathon Kay? Whose writing sucked back in the day.   He has moved, foolishly,  to mags literary. Will his writing improve there?  No way. [read more]
Is Ontario Doug Ford’s next campaign?
Former Toronto mayoralty candidate Doug Ford says he might want to go on to fame as leader of the Ontario Conservatives. This is serious folks. Doug Ford is the guy who said that what the Ontario Conservatives really need is an enema. W ... [read more]
Jaime
I don’t know what is going on – Twitter is never a good place to look for context or truth – but I’ll say this: Jaime Watt is one of the best at what he does. If you ever got in trouble, you’d be grateful to have him in your corner. [read more]
Climate Change Fatigue or Eco-Depression?
I received an e-mail recently from a woman who said she was weaning herself off environmental activism. She was burned out.  The fight had just taken too heavy a toll on her so she was hanging up her spurs. [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Thursday, October 30, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Thursday, October 30, 2014:  Former Canadian citizenship judge jailed for illegally revealing citizenship examsNew Zealanders to vote on removing Union Jack from flag  D ... [read more]
In Friday’s Sun: I didn’t know
[I'm posting this early because I'm starting to think my first reaction - disbelief - was wrong. Really wrong. Time will tell, etc., but here is my stab at trying to understand this.] What did they know, and when did they know it? That’ ... [read more]
Government's dominant role: redistributing wealth
The dominant effect of government on society is to redistribute wealth from the richer members of society to the poorer. One can support or oppose this idea, but as a simply descriptive point about what the effect of governments are, th ... [read more]
That'll Be the Day When Pigs Swim
Everyone knows, deep down, that pigs can't fly but we may discover that pork floats just fine even in Canada's Arctic waters. [read more]
Olivia Chow Lost Because She Doesn't Speak English At Home -- or -- Why Only Whites Can Win
It wasn't so long ago that an Alberta politician inadvertently loosened his tongue long enough for the ugly truth to seep out. He basically admitted that his whiteness was an unearned advantage over equally qualified non-white, non-Chri ... [read more]
Ascension Anticipation
Now this looks interesting. In a few weeks the SyFy channel will premiere Ascension, a new SF miniseries presenting an alternate reality in which the United States launches a secret interstellar voyage. I'm particularly taken by the goo ... [read more]
Austrialia Is Nuts About Space
And Australian conservatives may just destroy Earth. What we don’t know, could demolish us faster than anything else. In the space age, it’s really flabbergasting that we’re not doing everything technologically possible to watch for NEO ... [read more]
Alberta By-Elections
Teddy here on his laptop with a quick update. [read more]
Existential TV tweet.
The Day Is Coming Soon
Made it here. [read more]
The Reluctant Revolution
For most of my life, the first sixty years of it anyway, I could not imagine the idea of Canada in revolt.  That has changed over the past three or four years. [read more]
Much Ado About Nothing
Yesterday, a soldier was buried. And with him a country as we knew it was too. A mentally disturb man, who just conveniently happened to be a recently converted Muslim, shot him in a criminal act that has been grossly … Continue reading → [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Wednesday, October 29, 2014:  Marriage between an uncle and his half-niece is legal, New York’s top court rulesJian Ghomeshi: CBC releases memo citing ‘claim of impropri ... [read more]
Dr. V. Shiva at the #UofR #EarthDemocracy
Dr. Shiva gave an interesting talk about how system we’ve built are being used to manipulate individuals in societies all around the world into valuing money over life. #earthdemocracy #yqr #uofr pic.twitter.com/1Xsfu7I43n — Saskboy K. ... [read more]
The marching music of M’sieur Mulcair.
Leader of Canada’s New Democratic Party Thomas Mulcair faces a fascinating challenge in the coming year. He is attempting to choose the right march music for his election band to play. There are three genres from which he can choose: He ... [read more]
The Hearing Clinic v. 866073, 2014 ONSC 5831
"Sincerely believed memories that are innocently incorrect become more problematic for the court than do intentional lies." [read more]
Substitution of conviction for acquittal
R. v. Riesberry, 2014 ONCA 744: [read more]
Therapy Dogs Could Send Me to Therapy
The Edmonton International Airport has introduced "therapy dogs" as a means of calming passengers stressed out by air travel. This is framed as a good-news story and so far the comments are all overwhelmingly positive. [read more]
Sun Country Highway in Regina
I rode around in an Electric Vehicle (EV) today in Regina, and saw a (currently) still rare Tesla Model S in the city right now. Pick up some excellent EV tips, from a Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada perspective here, as James and I tour t ... [read more]
#BlueDot Tour in Regina
David Suzuki came to town last night with musical and other intelligent guests on the stage. They gathered a crowd in the Centre of the Arts to show public support for a constitutional amendment, giving air and water protections like 11 ... [read more]
Speechified
I was up very, very late last night, on air, with the charming David Akin and the brilliant Michael Diamond, discussing Ontario municipal results and Alberta provincial results. It was a blast. Those two are the best. Tonight, however, ... [read more]
Wynne wins in Toronto shoot-out.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne pulled it off. She got her candidate into the mayor’s chair in Toronto. Despite disturbing early tabulations, John Tory emerged as the peoples’ choice for mayor. And if you did not know that John Tory was ... [read more]
Elder heating up seal in an Igloo
Of the Law Societies of Upper Canada and Nunavut [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Tuesday, October 28, 2014: Pope Francis brands life in prison a ‘hidden’ death sentence Prosecutors to appeal Oscar Pistorius verdict  Ford Family Loses Hold on City Hal ... [read more]
Presumption of honesty
Legg v. Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board, 2014 ONCA 745 is a good source for the principle that someone who asserts dishonesty must establish it: [read more]
In Tuesday’s Sun: enough of the wannabe police, already
Keeping church and state separate is important. Keeping the state and the police separate is equally important. We all got to see why, last week, when Stephen Harper – and one of his senior ministers – summarily changed their job descri ... [read more]
Communications, job interviews, and Toronto’s mayoralty
If elections are just great big job interviews (and they are) then communications – how you communicate, when you communicate, what you communicate – ultimately determine whether you get the job or not. There are exceptions to that, of ... [read more]
Birthday Diva
Earl J. Woods is a professional writer based in Edmonton, Alberta. [read more]
We’re one for one!
Our Long Municipal Nightmare Is Over
Of course one's first response must be an overwhelming sense of relief.  The Ford's are gone from power in this town, even though Rob reclaimed his council seat out in Etobicoke.  That's a sideshow. Peak Ford has passed.  Ford Nation is ... [read more]
In Case You Missed It, Toronto
John Oliver last night delivered what might just be the best endorsement mayoralty candidate Doug Ford received throughout the campaign [read more]
Remember to vote, and updates
I hope everyone who follows this blog who can vote today has already done so. Those who have yet to, I hope you do so soon, even if you simply submit an empty ballot. [read more]
Press release about John Tory’s move to bar woman and control media
  JOHN TORY BARS WOMAN BECAUSE OF HER MALE PARTNER And Toronto mayoralty candidate again attempts to bully news media TORONTO – Toronto mayoral candidate John Tory has decreed that Lisa Kirbie will not be permitted to provide political ... [read more]
Rod Love
Very, very sad to hear this news. We were adversaries and later became friends. A great Calgarian, he was. [read more]
It's All We Know
I wonder if the ancient Mesopotamians, or the Mayans or the Easter Islanders had their "it's all we know" moment before their civilizations faltered? [read more]
Irreversible Harm - As in No Going Back, Forget About It.
Okay, brace yourself.  A soon to be released UN report warns that climate change may have "serious, pervasive and irreversible" effects on societies and nature unless governments act quickly to slash greenhouse gas emissions. [read more]
To think, he was once the King of Spain
I think #JianGhomeshi learned the one way to trend at the top of Twitter that's as bad, or worse, than dying. — Saskboy K. (@saskboy) October 27, 2014 “Someone also began colluding with a freelance writer who was known not to be a fan o ... [read more]
30-40% of Ontarians in Various Municipalities Vote 2014 (and some Albertans too)
Today is election day across Ontario's thousands of local municipalities, ranging from the big ones in Toronto and Mississauga, to itty bitty races where specific people need to be beaten back by large margins. Turnout in these election ... [read more]
140Law - Legal Headlines for Monday, October 27, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Monday, October 27, 2014: Man charged with journalist Daniel Pearl’s murder is acquitted by Pakistan court for lack of evidenceCBC fires Jian Ghomeshi over sex allegatio ... [read more]
I’m number 22! I’m number 22!
Here. Being beaten by 1, 5 and 9 is an honour. In respect of the rest of the list? Well, I haven’t really tweeted anything to #topoli since mid-August, so I particularly enjoyed beating 40, 42, 44, 46, 47, 51, 54, 57, 65, 77, 82, 83, 95 ... [read more]
Frobisher Bay
Liberals are progressives Ms. Wynne.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne needs to check her dictionary. She needs to understand the definition of the word ‘liberal.’ Oxford says it best. In politics it means “favourable to democratic reform and individual liberty.” Could it be ... [read more]
 
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