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Sep 15, 2015

Time to fix Canada's broken charitable laws

Bruce Campbell
Six months ago the CCPA, and 16 other leading charitable organizations, sent a letter to the political parties asking about the political super audits targeted largely at critics of government policy.
Blog
Aug 19, 2014
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Ten ways our government failed us in Lac-Mégantic

Bruce Campbell
Ten areas of regulatory failure relevant to the actions Montreal Maine and Atlantic -- whose train derailed and exploded causing 47 deaths and untold suffering for the citizens of Lac-Mégantic.
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Oct 23, 2013
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Lac-Mégantic: Where Does the Buck Stop?

Bruce Campbell
Was the Lac-Mégantic 'accident' an improbable sequence of events or the result of a flawed regulatory regime that allows companies to largely regulate themselves? A new study suggests the latter.
News
Mar 18, 2010

Owning the podium, selling the stadium

Bruce Campbell
The Harper government sell-off of telecommunications, satellites and uranium mining will compromise our cultural sovereignty, national identity and national security.
News
Mar 31, 2009

Reality check for Canada on eve of G20

Bruce Campbell
As Prime Minister Stephen Harper heads to London for the G20 meeting on the global economic crisis, he will undoubtedly tell other leaders that Canada is well positioned to manage the crisis.
News
Feb 18, 2009

Obama visit puts Canada on the defensive

Bruce Campbell
Canada has a huge stake in seeing U.S. economic recovery policies succeed. However, it could become a political sore point with the Obama administration since Canada has not been nearly as proactive.
News
Aug 21, 2007

Why we should worry about the Montebello talks

Bruce Campbell
The term SPP is likely to draw blank stares from most Canadians, though hopefully that will change after the upcoming summit of North American leaders George Bush, Felipe Calderón and Step
News
Aug 28, 2006

The softwood deal: a broken election promise

Bruce Campbell
As part of the softwood lumber agreement, the Canadian government handed over $1 billion of the duties collected from Canadian companies — $500 million to the U.S. companies, and $450 million to
News
Nov 28, 2001

Terrorism, Dissent and Freedom

Bruce Campbell
Rather than focusing only on specific acts of terrorism, the government has adopted a generalized approach that is far-reaching and unwieldy. Before introducing any new legislation, the government mu

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