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KXL Pipeline Developer Plans to Start Construction in 2019

Posted September 24, 2018 by guest

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Woman holding a protest sign against Keystone XL reading 'Stop the pipeline'

By Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch. Reposted with permission from EcoWatch.

Construction on the long-delayed Keystone XL (KXL) pipeline is planned for 2019, developer TransCanada said Monday.

“Keystone XL has undergone years of extensive environmental review by federal and state regulators,” TransCanada spokesman Matthew John told Omaha World-Herald. “All of these evaluations show that Keystone XL can be built safely and with minimal impact to the environment.”

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Hard-Brexit Lobbyists Demand UK Roll-Back Environmental Standards to Strike Free Trade Deals with India, China and US

Posted September 24, 2018 by Anonymous

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Hardline Brexiters are calling on the UK government to cut EU environmental regulations to secure free-trade deals with the US, China and India after Brexit. Environmental NGOs said the plans were not credible if the UK was to fulfil its own environmental commitments, warning that the Brexit vote was not a mandate to lower standards.

The alternative Brexit plan, which is backed by former Brexit secretary David Davis and former foreign secretary Boris Johnson and was published today by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), claims that if the UK continues to strengthen its regulatory environment, it will lead to “wealth destruction” and will “push people into poverty”.

The report slams the EU as saddling the UK with regulations that are “damaging to growth” and singles out environmental protection rules as one of the areas where EU regulation is “moving in an anti-competitive direction”.

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Easy Crockpot Borscht

Posted September 24, 2018 by Anonymous

Make this Easy Slow Cooker / Crockpot Borscht for dinner tonight!  This soup is loaded with healthy vegetables. Add a dollop of sour cream and some fresh dill and you have yourself a delicious meal! We’ve had the coldest fall I can remember.  September came in like November, with grey skies and snow.  I was really hoping for a sunshiny and warm September that would make it feel like summer had been extended for a few weeks, but that’s not what we got, and that’s ok.  The one good thing about this weather is that it inspires me to get out […]

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Recreating My Vision Board

Posted September 23, 2018 by Anonymous

My neglected Vision Board was stashed aside in the living room, so I brushed it off and began to meditate again. Moving and busier days meant my meditation practice had gone astray and it was such a…

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We can forecast the hurricanes. Can we figure out how to forecast their floods?

Posted September 21, 2018 by Anonymous

Thanks to GPS, scientists can predict where floodwaters will hit

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Octopuses on ecstasy: The party drug leads to eight-armed hugs

Posted September 21, 2018 by Anonymous

Just like humans, octopuses get all touchy-feely when they take ecstasy.

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The Sahara’s wind and sun could power the world, and turn the desert green

Posted September 21, 2018 by Anonymous

The Sahara could produce four times as much energy as earth needs

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The Gulf of St. Lawrence is running out of oxygen thanks to climate change

Posted September 21, 2018 by Anonymous

A warming planet means less oxygen in the Gulf of St. Lawrence

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Elephant families are very like ours, according to the filmmakers of ‘The Elephant Queen’

Posted September 21, 2018 by Anonymous

A new film looks at the challenges facing an elephant herd, and its matriarch, in Kenya

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What happens when opioids are released into the environment?

Posted September 21, 2018 by Anonymous

Like other pharmaceuticals, opioids are not good for ecosystems when they get flushed.

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Relaxed Environmental Regulations Heighten Risk During Natural Disasters

Posted September 21, 2018 by guest

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Hurricane flooded home
By Brian J. Gerber and Melanie Gall, Arizona State University

Heavy rains following Hurricane Florence have raised concerns over the release of toxic materials. Ash from coal-fired power plants stored at a landfill has spilled out and the state of North Carolina has said dozens of sites have released hog waste or are at risk of doing so.

These types of events not only highlight the potential of harm to humans and the environment due to this type of uncontrolled pollution, but also the linkage between environmental regulations and the risks communities face when natural disasters occur.

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Doug Ford Shits The Bed

Posted September 20, 2018 by bigcitylib
And its not just the nation as a whole that thinks he’s a right douche-bag.  It’s here in Ontario:


Once a star, Doug Ford is now a case.  It happens to all leaders, but as it ever happened as fast??

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Liberals announce National Platform Committee Co-Chairs for 2019

Posted September 19, 2018 by Liberal Party of Canada

Ottawa, ON – Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada announced today that the Hon. Ralph Goodale, Member of Parliament for Regina—Wascana, and Mona Fortier, Member of Parliament for Ottawa—Vanier, will serve as Co-Chairs of the party’s National Platform Committee in advance of the 2019 federal election campaign. “Hearing ideas from Canadians directly has […]

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Top EPA Watchdog Since 2010 Announces Departure

Posted September 19, 2018 by guest

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Arthur Elkins EPA Inspector General

By Olivia Rosane, EcoWatch. Reposted with permission from EcoWatch.

The head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) internal watchdog organization announced plans to leave for a job outside the federal government Tuesday, The Associated Press reported.

Arthur A. Elkins Jr., who has held the position of Inspector General since he was appointed by former president Barack Obama in 2010, will spend his last day at the agency October 12, The Hill reported.

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Fabulous Food Ideas for Thanksgiving

Posted September 19, 2018 by Anonymous

Thanksgiving Menu Ideas

A huge selection of  Fabulous Food Ideas for Thanksgiving!  Everything from breakfast ideas, to appetizers, salads, side dishes, desserts and the main dish!  Enjoy! I love Thanksgiving and look forward to it every year!  I actually can’t believe it’s already here…it always sneaks up on me.  But am I ever glad it is, because Thanksgiving is the best. The leaves.  The crisp fall air.  The turkey.  The pumpkin pie.  Oh man the food!  And speaking of food, if you need some Thanksgiving food inspiration I have compiled a huge list of my favourite Thanksgiving recipes!  Everything from breakfast ideas, to appetizers, salads, side […]

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Pumpkin Pie Dip with Pie Crust Dippers

Posted September 18, 2018 by Anonymous

This Pumpkin Pie Dip tastes just like pumpkin pie!  Serve with homemade Pie Crust Dippers and extra whipped cream.  A perfect fall dessert. This summer I was chatting with my mom and she mentioned a brilliant recipe idea that I just knew I had to make…a pie dip with pie crust dippers.  We originally talked about a peach pie dip, which I’m definitely going to make, but since we’re in the middle of pumpkin-everything-season, I figured I should make a Pumpkin Pie Dip first.  And friends, I don’t regret it one bit. For this dip I wanted to make some […]

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Instant Pot Cauliflower and Butternut Thai Curry

Posted September 18, 2018 by Angela (Oh She Glows)

My very first vegan Instant Pot recipe is here! I finally took the plunge and purchased an Instant Pot after being on the fence about whether I wanted a new appliance to take up real estate on my counter (it would have to fight for space next to the kids’ piles of artwork, after all). […]

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Airfryer Zucchini Fries

Posted September 17, 2018 by Anonymous

This recipe for Airfryer Zucchini Fries is so simple and delicious!  Made in less than 30 minutes and with just 5 ingredients, they’re perfect for busy weeknight suppers! – – – – – Disclosure: I am working with Philips and I am excited to share Philips products and delicious recipes I have made with them!  I have been compensated, but as always, all pictures, views and opinions are my own. It’s hard to believe that it’s half way through September and the kids have been back to school for two weeks already!  Time flies, and all of a sudden summer is […]

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There’s No Realistically Prescribable Amount Of Exercise That Will By Itself Lead To Useful Weight Loss, But That Doesn’t Mean You Shouldn’t Exercise!

Posted September 17, 2018 by Yoni Freedhoff

This isn’t the first time I’ve noted that there is no realistically prescribable amount of exercise that by itself will lead to clinically meaningful weight loss, and it probably won’t be the last. And that said, it doesn’t mean it’s impossible, but reality really is a useful place to live, and is probably a worthwhile frame of reference.

Today’s reiteration stems from a recent-ish study that looked at “energy compensation in response to aerobic exercise training in overweight adults” which when translated refers to whether or not people eat back the calories they burn exercises and if that’s why the results of exercise for weight loss studies so often disappoint.

The authors followed 36 men and women with varying degrees of excess weight (BMIs ranged from 25-35) and randomly assigned them to exercise either 30 minutes daily or 60 minutes daily, 5 days a week, for 12 weeks.

3 months on analyzed data later and the authors summarized conclusions include this statement,

Results of the current study suggest the recommendation should be closer to 300 minutes per week to achieve appreciable fat loss

because in their study it was only the participants who averaged 335 minutes of weekly exercise who were seen to lose a statistically significant amount of weight (and though significant statistically, it was only an average of 5.7lbs).

Though it’s not noted in the study, it should go without saying that whatever intervention you employ to lose weight, if you stop that intervention, the weight you lost by way of its impact will likely return. And so while perhaps 335 minutes of weekly exercise for another bunch of months would lead to further loss, if you stop or decrease exercising that much, the weight you lost with it is likely to return.

Back to the headline of this blog post. If you think the average person, living a real life, replete with life’s many stressors, challenges, and responsibilities, can sustainably and consistently find upwards of 300 minutes of weekly exercise, I’d invite you first to get that much yourself even for just 3 weeks, as for the majority of people out there, it’s not even a remotely realistically prescribable amount.

Instead of continuing to tie exercise to weight, and in so doing motivate people to start exercising in the name of weight loss, which in turn risks disappointment and the cessation of exercise if while successfully increasing exercise to a more realistically obtainable amount no weight is lost, the focus needs to shift to the fact that exercise is arguably the single healthiest modifiable behaviour anyone can undertake, that any amount is terrific, and that it’s incredibly beneficial regardless of whether or not weight is lost in the process.

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Justin Trudeau joins supporters at community BBQ in Brampton, Ontario

Posted September 14, 2018 by Liberal Party of Canada

Brampton, ON – Justin Trudeau will join local Liberals and Brampton Liberal MPs on September 15, 2018 for a community BBQ in Brampton. The Liberal Party of Canada’s recent Summer of Action campaign has seen volunteers across Canada start thousands of new conversations with Canadians on the doorstep – focused on their ideas for building […]

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Jagmeet Singh Decides It Is Politically Wise To Spit In The Face Of Saskatchewan New Democrats :(

Posted September 14, 2018 by leftdog

Everything that has ever happened in the ranks of the New Democratic Party of Canada before his arrival, seems to be of no interest to Jagmeet Singh. What a sad day for the New Democratic Party of Canada.Every Member of the Federal NDP Caucus who remai…

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The moment they arrived, the volcano began exploding

Posted September 14, 2018 by Anonymous

Up close and personal with an erupting volcano

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Digging deep in a beluga whale’s belly looking for plastic pollution

Posted September 14, 2018 by Anonymous

Elbow deep in a beluga whale’s belly looking for plastic pollution

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Will the water be too warm for fish to spawn? Studying climate change and Arctic char

Posted September 14, 2018 by Anonymous

Scientists attract unwanted attention from top predators when studying Arctic fish

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Canadian engineering talent helps develop water filters in Africa

Posted September 14, 2018 by Anonymous

Bringing Canadian engineering talent to local water filtration in Africa

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How do CO2 emissions from forest fires compare to those from fossil fuels?

Posted September 14, 2018 by Anonymous

CO2 emissions from forest fires are 2 to 3 times higher than from fossil fuels.

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Every Physician Ought To Know Which Common Medications Cause The Most Weight Gain

Posted September 12, 2018 by Yoni Freedhoff

While it would be wonderful if all primary care physicians were interested enough in understanding how to treat their practices’ most prevalent chronic condition to actually go out of their way and take the time to learn how to do so, there’s a bare minimum that I think they do need to know, and that’s which medications contribute to weight gain and their weight friendly alternatives.

Last week, my friend and colleague Sean Wharton, along with his collaborators, published an open access article summarizing drugs and weight gain, and I think it’s a must read for all prescribers.

And for those who struggle with clicking, here’s a summary of their summary by way of the article’s various tables, because while it may be too much to ask for all MDs to truly take the time to learn about obesity, understanding which drugs are more likely than others to cause weight gain is something there’s no excuse for them not to know.

[Cautionary note: If you’re currently on one or more of the medications that are shown below to lead to greater weight gain, please don’t stop it without first consulting with your prescriber, but do feel free to bring these lists along with you to discuss whether or not there are possible alternatives]

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NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh’s Problems Worsen Before Todays Caucus Meeting In BC

Posted September 11, 2018 by leftdog

Many pragmatic, experienced veterans of the New Democratic Party of Canada are preparing for the Party to be nearly obliterated in the upcoming 2019 Election under the leadership of Jagmeet Singh.

The reasons are many, but none more public than Singh’s handling of the Erin Weir and Christine Moore harassment allegations in the Federal Caucus.  Singh has also managed to ignite an outright battle with the governing New Democrats in Alberta over pipelines and a nasty battle with Saskatchewan Federal New Democrats over the excommunication of MP Erin Weir.

It is unfortunate that at their Caucus meeting starting today in BC,  the Members of the Federal NDP Caucus will rally around Singh, attack his critics and venture forward over the next year with grim determination while Canada witnesses the electoral sinking of the Federal NDP. 

Perhaps from the remains of the Federal NDP will arise a social democratic option in Canada for the 21st Century that is not burdened with the current idiotic ‘rebel without a clue’  leadership that is currently suffocating it.

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Justin Trudeau delivers remarks to supporters in Winnipeg

Posted September 10, 2018 by Liberal Party of Canada

Winnipeg, MB – Justin Trudeau, Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, will deliver remarks to supporters at a Liberal fundraising event in Winnipeg on September 11, 2018. The Liberal Party of Canada has committed to the strongest standards in federal politics for openness and transparency, and is challenging other parties to do the same. […]

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Federal NDP Caucus Meets To Figure Out ‘What possibly could have gone wrong here?"

Posted September 10, 2018 by leftdog

JAGMEET SINGH!!! Just resign so that New Democrats can repair the damage your inexperience and stubbornness created before the next Federal Election!!https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-troubled-ndp-faces-its-do-or-die-moment-in-bc-caucus-me…

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Weir and Moore Demonstrate Singh / Federal NDP Stunning Hypocrisy

Posted September 10, 2018 by leftdog

Weir and Moore Demonstrate Singh / NDP Stunning Hypocrisy
September 9th, 2018 

So much for the federal NDP’s pretense of being the party of fairness, equality and even reconciliation.
The differences between leader Jagmeet Singh’s and the federal party’s internal handling of two “inappropriate conduct” cases involving two NDP MPs recently are staggering … and horribly hypocritical.
Saskatchewan MP Erin Weir was elected for the NDP in the 2015 election … but, as reported by Global News “was suspended from the caucus in February after fellow New Democrat Christine Moore sent an email to her caucus colleagues saying she had heard numerous complaints about Weir allegedly harassing staffers.”
NO ONE had directly filed a complaint against Weir, but news reports at the time said he made women in the workplace uncomfortable by standing too close, talked too long to some,  and had, according to Singh  “failed to read non-verbal cues in social situations” that his advances were unwelcome.
Weir was IMMEDIATELY suspended from the NDP caucus while a third-party investigation took place: it supported “one claim of harassment and three claims of sexual harassment”.
“The report states that when he realized that his advances were unwanted, he stopped.” Singh admitted.
 Weir said he never intended to embarrass or harass anyone and underwent counselling,  but Singh would not budge and last week, the MP was EXPELLED from the NDP caucus.
“Singh’s letter to Weir, however, says he still hasn’t taken “responsibility publicly” for “attacking” former caucus colleagues. It also says the president of the NDP’s staff union warned him that Weir’s reinstatement would violate workers’ right to a harassment-free work environment.,” according to The Toronto Star.
Singh and the NDP being VERY TOUGH on sexual harassment or impropriety in the workplace! Bravo! Very principled!
But remember Christine Moore?   She’s the NDP MP who reportedly had first brought Weir’s actions to the attention of Singh.
Well, she also got into hot water with the NDP   … when two months after the Weir situation,  it was revealed a seriously wounded Canadian Afghan War veteran and witness before a Parliamentary committee in 2013,  accused Moore herself of “inappropriate sexual behaviour”.
Retired Corporal Glen Kirkland alleged the NDP MP had invited him back to her office, served him drinks, visited him in his hotel where they had sex, later sent him explicit messages and even showed up unannounced at his home in Manitoba, where he rebuffed her.
 “Moore strongly denied the relationship with Glen Kirkland was anything but fully mutual and consensual” the CBC later reported.
But still ….
An MP getting involved in a sexual relationship with a witness at a Parliamentary committee sure seems WORSE to me … a LOT worse … than standing too close to others at work or “not heeding non-verbal signals”.
But apparently, NOT to Singh and the NDP.
Sure, they again ordered a third-party investigation … but the handling of that one, right from the start, and the outcome was QUITE different from what Weir had faced.
Moore was relieved on her duties, but she was NOT immediately suspended from caucus … as Weir had been … pending the investigation. Why not????
Kirkland later complained he wasn’t even interviewed as part of the investigation; and, in July, the investigation cleared Moore of any harassment and abuse of authority allegations; she was welcomed back to full duties within the NDP caucus.
So it certainly seems that, for the federal NDP, MPs having relationships/sex with witnesses appearing before their Parliamentary committees is quite ok  … or at least forgivable,  but standing close to people while talking and  protesting one’s innocence, even while undergoing behaviour counseling … is not.

Hypocrites!

Again, from my personal point of view … having spent 38 years covering politicians at local, regional, provincial and even the federal level (including 8 years right there on Parliament Hill) … Moore’s admitted actions are FAR more troubling than Weir’s.
And yet, Singh has rejected Weir’s attempts at rehabilitation and reconciliation … and refused to accept him back in the NDP caucus or let him run for the party in the next federal election.
While Moore is embraced once more , the injured Canadian war vet Cpl. Kirkland ‘s complaint remains unresolved.
Looks to me like a federal NDP double standard: Weir (MP for Regina-Lewvan) is a male, from Saskatchewan (14 seats); Moore (MP for Abitibi-Temiscamingue) is a female, from Quebec   (75 seats).
I think it stinks.
. Keeping it Real – Harv Oberfeld

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LPC Pride 2018 Highlights

Posted September 7, 2018 by Liberal Party of Canada

From coast to coast to coast, Liberal MPs, supporters, and volunteers gathered to show their support for the LGBTQ2 community this summer – here are some of the highlights.

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What to save? Making hard choices in the conservation of wild animals and wild spaces

Posted September 7, 2018 by Anonymous

How we make decisions about what to save, and how we explore the idea of “conservation triage.” So do we choose pipelines or killer whales? And is this an argument about money – or about values that transcend it?

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NDP Survey Asks Supporters To Rate Jagmeet Singh In His First Year As Party Leader

Posted September 7, 2018 by leftdog

I joined the federal New Democrats in November, 1981 and after 37 years of continuous membership, I had my membership in the Federal NDP cancelled in the spring of 2018 specifically because of the horrible performance by new leader, Jagmeet Singh.

So,as a result, I will not receive a copy of the Federal NDP’s survey.

Allow me to once again communicate with the Federal NDP and tell them how Jagmeet Singh is performing as Leader.

#FAIL  🙁

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NDP veterans in Sask. challenge Jagmeet Singh over ban on Weir candidacy!!

Posted September 6, 2018 by leftdog

By — Sep 6 2018

OTTAWA — Jagmeet Singh won’t allow scorned MP Erin Weir to run as a New Democrat in the next election — a decision that has caused a rupture between the NDP leader and the party’s long-standing members in Saskatchewan.
In a letter to Weir this week, Singh says he isn’t confident the Saskatchewan MP won’t repeat the harassing behaviour that got him kicked out of the NDP caucus last spring.
Consequently, Singh says he rejects the MP’s request to be readmitted to the NDP caucus and won’t approve his candidacy for the 2019 election.
But 67 former New Democrat MPs and MLAs from Saskatchewan have now written to all NDP members of Parliament, accusing Singh of denying Weir due process and unfairly maligning his character, while flouting the party’s constitutional rules for dealing with harassment complaints.
The letter was signed by “every living former MP” from Saskatchewan, according to former provincial cabinet minister Pat Atkinson, who wrote the letter on behalf of the 67 former legislators.
Among the signatories are former MPs Dennis Gruending, Lorne Nystrom, Bill Knight and Dick Proctor. Knight and Proctor are also former national directors of the party.
Weir was one of three New Democrats elected in Saskatchewan in 2015, ending a 15-year drought for the federal party in the province. Atkinson predicted Singh’s unilateral decision to oust Weir will jeopardize that hard-won comeback.
“I think what it means is that there’ll be less people willing to donate, there’ll be less people willing to step up to door knock. I think it has a very serious impact on the federal party in our province,” she said in an interview.
The former Saskatchewan legislators first wrote to Singh in May when he expelled Weir from caucus following an independent investigation into allegations of harassment. Atkinson said they have tried to work with the leader to remedy the situation, but “there was no listening, no accepting, he just had his mind made up, obviously.”
Since Singh took the helm of the party last fall, there has been grumbling among some long-time New Democrats that the former Ontario MPP was not taking advice from those with experience at the federal level. Atkinson said the Weir decision is a demonstration of that problem.
“Successful leaders listen to people in the field, they listen to former politicians, they listen to party members, they listen. You just can’t have a little enclave of people,” she said.
In the Weir case, she added: “You sure should take into consideration what New Democrats in Saskatchewan are thinking.”
Weir’s supporters have solicited two legal opinions, including one from former Saskatchewan justice minister Eric Cline. They argue Singh does not have the authority to unilaterally expel Weir, which is a violation of disciplinary procedures set out in the party’s constitution and the anti-harassment policy adopted by New Democrats at their last convention.
And they question Singh’s decision to initiate an investigation in February based on hearsay from another MP, Christine Moore, before any actual complainants had come forward with specific allegations.
Weir’s supporters are also upset by what they consider the leader’s exaggerated response to the investigation, which found one claim of harassment and three claims of sexual harassment against Weir were sustained —  all of which were deemed to be “on the less serious end of the spectrum,” involving the MP standing too close or failing to read non-verbal cues in social settings.
It was Weir’s response to the findings — publicly dismissing one complaint as payback for a policy dispute he’d had with a member of former leader Tom Mulcair’s staff — that got him booted out of caucus permanently in May.
In his letter to Weir, Singh said he isn’t satisfied the MP has taken the actions necessary to rectify the damage he did to the NDP’s “work of building a safer workplace and party.”
“I have not seen evidence of a genuine understanding of how your behaviour needs to change or an expression of regret and remorse for describing sustained findings of harassment as ‘trumped up,'” Singh writes.
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Grain-free, Nut-free Vegan Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Posted September 6, 2018 by Angela (Oh She Glows)

Well, I finally did it—feast your eyes on these grain-free, nut-free vegan chocolate chunk beauties!! Whew. Nicole and I, along with a couple bonus mama testers (shout-out to Cynthia and Jen!), teamed up to test about 25 batches of cookies these past few weeks! High fives all around. I couldn’t do it without these amazing […]

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Justin Trudeau delivers remarks to supporters in Edmonton

Posted September 4, 2018 by Liberal Party of Canada

Edmonton, AB- Justin Trudeau, Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, will deliver remarks to supporters at a Liberal fundraising event in Edmonton on September 5, 2018. The Liberal Party of Canada has committed to the strongest standards in federal politics for openness and transparency, and is challenging other parties to do the same. For […]

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