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Joel French
Executive Director of . Into Middle East politics. Sports fan. Musician.
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Alberta Teachers Association Nov 10
Education Budget Math One-time Transition +$153 m Class Size Initiative -$291 m Classroom Imp Fund -$77 m Fee Reduction Grants -$60 m Net Result $275 million less for schools.
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Now is the time to . I think it needed to happen a long time ago, but now will have to do. Racists don't belong as part of a national treasure like .
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Sunaya Sapurji 12h
As an immigrant, hockey helped me assimilate. HNIC was a huge part of my growing up & loving the game. It’s time we turned off Don Cherry for good.
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Amarjeet Sohi Nov 10
Don Cherry, I proudly wear my poppy to honour the sacrifice of our soldiers. Their sacrifice meant that all Canadians, including Canadians like me who came to our country with very little, have the opportunity to succeed. Dividing Canadians like you did moves us all backwards.
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Jonathan Teghtmeyer Nov 10
What’s he going to say next time ? You can apologize this time, but next time no apology will be acceptable. He has a long track record of bad statements and if you keep him on air, next time it’s your fault.
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Ricardo Acuna Nov 7
Hearing that has begun laying off tradespeople this week as a result of the . Great job on the job creation plan!
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Julie Kusiek Nov 8
I submitted my protest response to the Choice in Education survey to , and . You can too: I SUPPORT PUBLIC EDUCATION. Choose public - publicly funded Choose private - privately funded
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Annalise Klingbeil Nov 5
I've worked in both government and media (including Postmedia) and I've never seen anything like this. Four op-eds in four days. Since when are the opinion pages handed over this frequently to cabinet ministers?
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Joel French Nov 6
The $4.7 billion everyone is talking about handing to corporations is actually in your own budget documents. Page 144 of the Fiscal Plan if you need help finding it. Here's a link:
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Jason Markusoff Nov 5
Jason Kenney, campaign: we’ll protect frontline services, and any staff cuts to public sector will likely come through attrition. Reality:
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Ricardo Acuna Nov 5
Remember back when the previous conservative had to abandon their plans in order to save money?
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dave meslin Nov 4
Welcome to the 13th edition of ! Today, we're looking at Canada's 2019 federal election. We'll start with the popular vote. Here's how Canadians actually voted at the ballot box:
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Ricardo Acuna Nov 1
So the is announcing the building of new schools for which the current will not fund teachers, EAs, or support staff. There's some logic for you.
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Joel French Oct 31
Replying to @Kjzcowz98K
They're scrapping AISH indexing, which keeps payments tied to inflation. So in real (inflation-adjusted) dollars, yes, they're cutting it.
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Brianne Riehl Oct 31
B.C.'s new accountability legislation is 🔑 to breaking the cycle of setting goals + missing them: "We can no longer afford to miss our climate targets."
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MichelleBellefontaine Oct 28
. said in QP that is making up the new $500 Alberta Immigrant Nominee Fee. Here it is on page 191 of the fiscal plan.
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Progress Alberta Oct 31
Kenney’s massive corporate tax cuts are working out great.
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Joel French Oct 31
TFW your employer () says they have a "great deal of respect" for your work while in the next breath they say you deserve to be paid less.
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YEG Social Planning Oct 30
For Alberta's 2019 budget, there will be a new Alberta Child and Family Benefit program starting July 2020.
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Pembina Institute Oct 30
Do you know your Canadian climate math? It only takes five mins to learn how some basic numbers and data can help you assess Canada’s progress on .
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