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Karl Nerenberg | might stand in the way of the network’s getting compulsory carriage on cable systems throughout Canada, it saw the light it, and made a tepid apology.
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Karl Nerenberg | Corporations operate on a quarterly timeline. Science operates on a generational timeline. Theories, hypotheses, insights and discoveries feed into and build on each other, over time.
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Karl Nerenberg | In reforming the refugee system in Canada, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney declared Hungary a "safe country of origin." But what about the rise of fascist parties targeting Jews and Roma?
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Karl Nerenberg | The CBC is designed, by the Broadcasting Act of 1991, to be an independent, 'public' broadcaster, not an instrument of 'state' propaganda.
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Karl Nerenberg | This is the latest indication of the Harper government's near hostility to science, especially when that science contradicts its ideology.
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Karl Nerenberg | For the Conservatives, the gloves are off when it comes to Kevin Page, the very recently departed Parliamentary Budget Officer.
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Karl Nerenberg | Politics can be theatre of the absurd, with members on opposite sides speaking past each other. That was the case Wednesday as the PBO was debated in Question Period.
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Karl Nerenberg | Justin Trudeau's first day as Liberal Leader in the House was inevitably a challenge for him. It was also a challenge for Official Opposition Leader Tom Mulcair.
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Karl Nerenberg | Justin Trudeau is about being all things to all people. He is friend to rich and poor, alike. He is for the environment and Aboriginal people -- and for the Keystone XL pipeline.
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Karl Nerenberg | The hyper-glandular attackers in the Harper team's poorly ventilated war room have graduated from blasting the Official Opposition for being pro-environment.
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Karl Nerenberg | Those who have been watching Parliament and its various committees since the 2011 election know that the 57 NDP MPs from Quebec, almost all rookies, have been doing a diligent and competent job.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Royal Bank of Canada is furiously spinning a story about who is really responsible for bringing in foreign temporary workers to replace some of its Canadian employees.