Thursday, 20 June 2013
Canada does comparably well to the US/UK on these measures, but we've been heading in the wrong direction. One has to wonder what the continued fabian neoconservative assault on Canada's public social investments will do down the line.
Wednesday, 19 June 2013
|Justin Trudeau - The $20,000 speaker?|
Image Source: Huffington Post Canada
He's also attacked Mulcair's Dutch Disease analysis as "divisive" despite Liberal Scott Brison using the same idea in a response to the Harper CONs' 2011 budget.
Additionally, Arthur Cramer has criticized the Liberal leader's trade policy - though I haven't looked at the deals thoroughly enough to come to a conclusion yet.
All this is to say that there are legitimate criticisms of Trudeau. The new manufactroversy - that he dared to accept money charities paid him - is not one of them.
Sunday, 2 June 2013
|Axemen: Not the best people to run a city.|
So when it comes to funding a new, costly outer-ring suburb in southwest Winnipeg, Wyatt would have "no choice" but to vote no, right?