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Extremism Rises

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on Tuesday, 09 October 2018 08:58

tribalism

From pipelines to Kavanaugh...from illegal refugees to private healthcare - our reflex is to retreat into a form of political tribalism that dramatically oversimplifies the issue while promoting extremism. The only problem is that the world is far more complex. 



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In This Game Of Chicken The Government Just Backed Off

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on Friday, 05 October 2018 13:21

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Last Monday was supposed to be the start date for fining doctors who performed hip, knee or cataract surgeries in any of the 60 private clinics in BC. The government blinked and will now wait for the court decision on preventing any of the 85,000 people currently on wait lists from using their own money to end their suffering.



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Emissions Battle Royale: Kinder Morgan vs LNG Canada

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on Thursday, 04 October 2018 08:54

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No one wants to talk about the CO2 emissions if the Trans Mountain expansion is cancelled. Why? Because they'll actually rise if the project's cancelled but rising emissions will be all the focus of the new $40 billion LNG project. 



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It's All About The Taxes

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on Wednesday, 03 October 2018 09:37

newLNG

The moral lesson from the LNG Deal that was announced yesterday is that taxes make a difference as to where investment capital goes.

 



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Special Interest and the New USMCA

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on Tuesday, 02 October 2018 08:54

theboys

It's surprising that some of the reaction toward the new trade agreement seems to focus only on the uneasy feelings of the poultry and dairy industry.



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Will Canada Benefit from New USMCA Deal?

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on Monday, 01 October 2018 10:26

hith

No official details of the new NAFTA deal (not being called the USMCA) have been released yet, but there are some rumors about access to the dairy market and duty free limits. But will the deal be beneficial to Canada?

 



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Price Controls Lead to Shortages

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on Friday, 28 September 2018 09:34

govguy

Do you like the idea of government mandating prices on consumer goods?  Imagine if there is a rise in the price of fruits and vegetables in the winter.  Is it a good idea for the government to step in and cover the additional costs so Canadians keep paying the same?



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