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Stephen Kimber
Journalist, author, journalism professor. Latest book: What Lies Across the Water: The Real Story of the Cuban Five. I'm in my Cuba-ist period.
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Teresa Garcia Castro Apr 16
Tomorrow, the will likely decide [again] on the implementation of Title III of the law. Highly recommended article by & John Kirk via on the risks for companies like .
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No Bloqueo Vancouver 17h
As & announce new aggressive measures against , we will protest in front of US consulate in against the blockade!
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Yet another brilliant episode of "Walk in The Park," the web series created by Elias Campbell and Michael Gray Kimber. Powerful, moving, intriguing......
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Stephen Kimber Apr 16
My colleague John Kirk and I have written an op-ed for the Globe and Mail on the...
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Tim Bousquet Apr 15
Verdict without end: More than 20 years after former Nova Scotia premier Gerald Regan was acquitted of sexually assaulting multiple women, other women are still coming forward with still more stories of what he did to them by (for subscribers)
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Stephen Kimber Apr 14
Wilson-Raybould, Churchill? Evidence our legislative committee systems don’t work. The committees don’t work because of the people in charge. But the system itself makes failure inevitable. My latest for the Examiner. No longer behind the paywall.
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Stephen Kimber Apr 14
Wilson-Raybould, Churchill? Evidence our legislative committee systems don’t work. The committees don’t work because of the people in charge. But the system itself makes failure inevitable. My latest for the Examiner. No longer behind the paywall.
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Stephen Kimber Apr 13
Wilson-Raybould, Churchill? Evidence our legislative committee systems don’t work. The committees don’t work because of the people in charge. But the system itself makes failure inevitable. My latest for the Examiner. No longer behind the paywall.
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Stephen Kimber Apr 13
Wilson-Raybould, Churchill? Evidence our legislative committee systems don’t work. The committees don’t work because of the people in charge. But the system itself makes failure inevitable. My latest for the Examiner. No longer behind the paywall....
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Stephen Kimber Apr 13
Wilson-Raybould, Churchill? Evidence our legislative committee systems don’t work. The committees don’t work because of the people in charge. But the system itself makes failure inevitable. My latest for the Examiner. No longer behind the paywall.
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Andy Pedersen Apr 12
Filed my taxes. Thnx ! But I was surprised -- made $100k+ and paid less than 17%. Gladly invest more in our country for: 🚼 Universal childcare 🍎 Universal health & pharmacare 🏠 Affordable & co-op housing 👨‍🎓 Good schools & free tuition ☀️ Green energy
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paul mackinnon Apr 12
So I am reading "Mulroney: Politics of Ambition" by John Sawatsky, as part of my reinvigorated interest in the 1980s, and who should I come across midway through than . Lots of interesting NS connections in that book. Great read, so far.
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Stephen Kimber Apr 9
Not quite Patsy Cline... but, to paraphrase another country song, "Don't let your babies grow up to be politicians!
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Nora Valentino Apr 9
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Rob Batherson Apr 9
Switching up my routine by spending the 10 am hour talking with & . Listen in at 10 am today
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Dean Jobb | Author Apr 9
Hemingway center opens in Cuba to preserve writer's work
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Brett Ruskin Apr 8
“Red sky at night, sailors’ delight. Red sky at morning, glad I kept my winter tires on.”
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Tim Bousquet Apr 7
Wilson-Raybould, Churchill? Evidence our legislative committee systems don’t work. The committees don't work, of course, because of the people in charge. But the system itself makes that failure possible, even inevitable. by (for subscribers)
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Stephen Kimber Apr 7
Stunting 101: The games Bay Ferries plays. Bay Ferries says its Yarmouth ferry service’s real problem has nothing to do with the government’s over-subsidization or its own over-pricing. Blame it on the “nasty” opposition.
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Stephen Kimber Apr 6
Stunting 101: The games Bay Ferries plays. Bay Ferries says its Yarmouth ferry service’s real problem has nothing to do with the government’s over-subsidization or its own over-pricing. Blame it on the “nasty” opposition.
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