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Canada – SNC-Lavalin Controversy Could Contain Key To Wilson-Raybould’s Shortcomings

SNC-Lavalin controversy could contain key to Wilson-Raybould’s shortcomings Michael Spratt, February 11, 2019 Maybe I was wrong all along. Maybe Jody Wilson-Raybould, Canada’s former minister of justice and attorney general, was honestly trying to follow through on the government’s progressive pre-election justice promises. Maybe the last three-and-a-half years of inaction, bungled justice legislation and pandering […]

Canada – Coast Guard’s $227M Ships Rock ‘Like Crazy’, Making Crews Seasick, Unable To Work

You know, you just can’t make this stuff up.  Its enough to make you cry… Coast guard’s $227M ships rock ‘like crazy,’ making crews seasick, unable to work “It goes without saying that the crew [is] in favour of [stabilizers],” wrote supervisor Mike Crottey. “Seasickness is felt both by conservation and protection and coast guard personnel and […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

This icicle would kill you if it fell on you. A Robin’s cup. A rare sighting. Still there. The future site of the proposed publicly funded and privately run $33 million (probably closer to $40 million) art gallery is being used as a snow dump. This would be a problem had the art gallery supporters […]

The World – There’s No Money In Curing People

Something we all suspected.  Cures don’t make money.  Our elected whores in Queens Park and Ottawa like money.  Big Pharma has lots of money.  A match made in heaven. Goldman Sachs asks in biotech research report: ‘Is curing patients a sustainable business model?’

The World – New Jersey Governor Prepares To “Sign Rain” Tax Into Law

NJ Voters Furious As Governor Murphy Prepares To Sign ‘Rain Tax’ Into Law Just when frustrated residents of New Jersey, one of the most heavily taxed states in the US, thought Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy had already brought the state into the ninth circle of taxation hell with new taxes to save the state’s ailing […]