November 26th, 2014

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Nick Kuhl Lethbridge Herald The rescue effort for a trio of missing southern Albertans in Montana has turned fully into a recovery mission, the Glacier County Sheriff’s Office in Cut Bank confirmed after the body of 63-year-old Kazuhiko (Kaz) Hayashizaki was recovered from Mission Lake. The Glacier County sheriff’s

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By brewster65: Medicine Hat News Comment Excellent column Dylan. I've been thinking about Marcus all week. Thanks for the nice story. Darren Harker... Read More »

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  • Child poverty effort falls short

    It was a noble goal, to eliminate child poverty by the year 2000. Unfortunately, it fell short of the mark. Now, 25 years after Parliament set its sights on improving life for disadvantaged kids in Canada, child poverty is worse than it was in 1989. “It is shameful that a full generation of children has ... Read More »

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  • First Nations water systems improving

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  • Veterans deprived of funds?

    Angry veterans groups were demanding answers last week after it was revealed that Veterans Affairs had returned upwards of $1.1 billion in unspent funds over a seven-year period to the government treasury. The money was returned to the treasury as is required government departments which don’t spend all of their appropriation with the budget year. ... Read More »

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    Brainwashing is accomplished by repetition and lack of rest, creating stress. Our sense of reality is socially constructed. Certain assumptions are built in. Social insularity allows politicians and so-called experts to fabricate reasons for war and national security. Once we start down that rabbit hole, leaders fall into group think, vast leaps of faith can ... Read More »

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  • Canada needs growth, not income splitting

    Buried in the federal government’s fall fiscal update was some major news: economic growth in Canada will decline year-after-year for the next five years. Let me say that again: from 2015 to 2019, growth will decline each and every year. Faced with this sad prognosis, the Conservatives are putting all their eggs in the income ... Read More »

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  • Dumped wood products should be recycled

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