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David J. Climenhaga | Desperate for a "negotiated" settlement with Alberta's civil service union, Deputy Premier Dave Hancock has a Seinfeld moment. Also, Chuck Strahl quits SIRC.
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Democracy Watch | Democracy Watch calls on Ethics Commissioner to launch inquiry into former Conservative Cabinet minister Chuck Strahl’s work as Chair of SIRC since 2012, and with Enbridge and others since 2011 – beli
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David J. Climenhaga | It's obvious that the special advantage enjoyed by recently departed senior federal officials is not restricted to the federal government.
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Sarah Schmidt | Chuck Strahl, a former Conservative cabinet minister and current chair of the Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC) defends himself against allegations of a conflict of interest.
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Chuck Strahl
David J. Climenhaga | Former Reform MP Chuck Strahl's dual role should ring alarm bells in quarters concerned about free expression, democratic dissent, privacy rights and the oversight of security agencies.
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Arthur Porter
David J. Climenhaga | Canadians deserve to know if their security has now been put at risk by the prime minister's political machinations.
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Chuck Strahl
David J. Climenhaga | If it is inappropriate for Chuck Strahl to serve SIRC and work for the B.C. Liberals, surely it is also inappropriate for him to have a similar dual role with the Manning Centre and SIRC.
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Preston Manning
David J. Climenhaga | Oh no! Another bright spark with a digital recorder seems to have gone to a meeting.
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Former Agriculture Minister Chuck Strahl
David J. Climenhaga | Entry into the TPP talks provides the Harperites with the opportunity to deliver the second punch in the one-two combination that will hand food production over to the so-called agri-food industry.
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Murray Dobbin | The prime minister's vendetta against the Canadian Wheat Board and his obsession with the Senate.
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Greg Macdougall | Two days before the federal government's funding cuts to the Aboriginal Healing Foundation take effect -- six women staged a sit-in outside the Ottawa office of minister Chuck Strahl.
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Executive Director of the NWSM, Nakuset, at a Women's Policy meeting with Liberal Leader Micahel Ignatieff, on March 14 in Montreal. Photo: Maya Rolbin-Ghanie
Maya Rolbin-Ghanie | The Aboriginal Healing Foundation lost its budget less than two years after Stephen Harper's apology for the IRS system, and 134 healing programs are now unable to continue. Some will close tomorrow.