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Get ready to welcome Danielle Smith to Alberta's blogging elite! | Mar 31 2015 | David J. Climenhaga | Fitting as her comeuppance may have been, I confess to a certain sympathy with former Wildrose Party leader Danielle Smith's instinctive reaction to her nomination loss on the weekend.
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Ambition and positivity defined Nova Scotia's newly resigned energy minister | Mar 31 2015 | Stephen Kimber | Andrew Younger was a shining example of success in the world of journalism and then Nova Scotia politics. But it all came tumbling down with Younger's resignation from cabinet last week.
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Former foreign affairs minister John Baird joins Barrick Gold international advisory board | Mar 31 2015 | Brent Patterson | Former foreign affairs minister John Baird is now a member of the international advisory board for the mining giant Barrick Gold. What type of "expertise" will Mr. Baird be bringing to Barrick Gold?
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Canada's political mainstream backs war in Ukraine, threats against Russia | Mar 31 2015 | Roger Annis | "The people and territory of Ukraine are being used as war proxies to get at Russia. Yet, there is nary a peep of disagreement in the Parliament in Ottawa."
Mar 26 2015
Jesse Gilmour explores the father-son relationship in the most extreme of terms. What will a father do for a son, and what will a son ask of a father?
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Mar 19 2015
Chris Dixon's book 'Another Politics' addresses the challenges, successes and inspirations of anti-authoritarian activism.
Mar 12 2015
Author Lesley Wood sheds light on the dynamics of protest policing and how these will be affected with legislation like Bill C-51.

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