Well, I decided it was time to post some thoughts on the matter of Mike Duffy and some other Senators and the questions which have been raised about where their primary residents are and the amount of the living expenses they have collected from the public purse. My thoughts on …Read the Rest
I have something to say about the teacher’s unions and their planned walkout on Friday over the imposition of contracts under Bill 115. The bill makes the imposition of a contract legal, the walkout however is not legal. Read more about my thoughts on the matter here.
Well after a long hiatus, I’ve finally posted on my personal blog, Ides of May. It’s about steps I’ve made during the last year and a hint of some I’m taking this year. Have a read here.
The government’s release of an audit on the Attawapiskat reserve in Northern Ontario is of concern to us all but it doesn’t change the validity of the protest that Theresa Spence and the Idle No More movement is engaged in. I’ve got an opinion or two on the matter. Read them here.
Over on Out of the Shadows, I’ve posted my thoughts on the Robocall issue which went to Federal Court today. This is about calls, reportedly made by the Conservative party and Elections Canada, during the last general election in 2011. They found out who was supporting or not supporting the …Read the Rest
Over at Cash Challenged, I’ve posted a piece about the growing practice of service providers to charge $2 per month for Canadians to receive the bills the companies want paid via Canada Post. Sort of like a business charging for running a business rather than the services they provide. There …Read the Rest