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Jamal Abas
Proud fourth generation farmer in Manitoba's Interlake. Avid outdoorsman. The electrician's son from Hodgson.
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MichelleBellefontaine 17h
The NDP was supposed to have a newser in the media room at 10:45. Apparently, UCP has block-booked the room and won't let them hold the newser there even though there isn't anything scheduled until noon.
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Jeremy Nolais 15h
Asked today if he governs for all Albertans or just the ones that voted for the UCP, said it depends on the context. Wow
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Jamal Abas 14h
Yet able to win a second mandate to govern. Crazy how that works eh LOL
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Jamal Abas 14h
lol very insightful, Frank.
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Jamal Abas 14h
Take a deep breath, Glen. Everything will be okay.
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Geoff Regan Nov 22
Happy ! Lebanese communities across Canada are an integral part of our heritage, and I'm thankful for the many friendships I have w/ Canadians of Lebanese origin. My heart goes out to those facing the tension and violence occurring recently in Lebanon.
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Power & Politics 16h
Liberal MP has been elected as the next Speaker of the House of Commons
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Peter Kash Dec 4
This is the greatest video I’ve ever seen. 😭
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Emily Brass Dec 4
Do research before adopting, warns woman attacked by dog rescued from meat industry | CBC News
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Jamal Abas Dec 4
Yes, when he was running *against* Jason Kenney during the UCP leadership race. It was short lived. He even led some of the beginning charges from within the UCP to openly denounce Rebel Media. Those days have long since passed.
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The Breakdown Dec 4
Months ago, we asked if UCP MLA & Minister was still working for Oil & Gas. We never got an answer from her, but we have been waiting for her disclosure to the ethics commissioner. That disclosure is finally up, and it looks like we were right!
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Jamal Abas Dec 4
It’s fine that he gave an answer to follow up I guess, but it’s all pretty self explanatory/not all that important.
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Jamal Abas Dec 4
Replying to @WBrettWilson
Whack logic, Brett. Drink some water. And which PC party would be a threat to the PM? Or do you mean the CPC? There’s a difference eh.
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Jamal Abas Dec 4
Replying to @ErinOTooleMP
Meanwhile, at CPC HQ, fearful Andy may lose the top job because the CPC don’t recognize their root problems. But they showed the press a very credible “standing ovation” for Scheer, so that’s like, unity eh? Glad your guy isn’t in the PMO.
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Jamal Abas Dec 4
And just like that, the standing ovation dulled all the daggers in the CPC.
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Jamal Abas Dec 4
Way too much focus on numbers long after the dust settled. Singh and Blanchet have moved on; trying to find ways to make parliament cohesive by capitalizing on political opportunity to work with the gov. The CPC, however, are still mad they didn’t win
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Meanwhile in Canada Dec 4
In the 1970's President Nixon called Pierre Trudeau an "asshole." Trudeau's response was "I've been called worse by better people." take a page from your father. Trump's insult is a badge of honour. History will prove it.
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CBC Manitoba Nov 28
The 1984 version of data-driven farming
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Power & Politics Dec 3
., , and other VIPs shared a few words at a Buckingham Palace reception Tuesday. No one mentions by name, but they seem to be discussing his lengthy impromptu press conferences from earlier in the day. (Video: Host Pool)
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Jamal Abas Dec 3
Kenney confirms the contents of your video, great. The fact that conservatives are relying on events of the past to justify their failings in the present, is a poor tactic and not a good sign. Basically the hallmark of Scheer’s leadership.
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