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  • 'Extreme Cities,' Climate Change and Class Warfare

    To make his case, Dawson focuses on New York City, with passing references to other coastal megacities like Jakarta and Shanghai. These are “extreme cities,” where scores of millions are packed in, trying to make a living by means that will destroy the cities themselves. “Thirteen of the world's ... Read article

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    Feb 16st, 2018
  • Finding a Way Out: A Valentine's Day book excerpt

    I scan the faces quickly before I head straight to the furthest armchair. The silence continues. Six sets of eyes are on me. I feel like my ... Shame has become my second skin, and when I think about living life openly as a gay woman, that skin tightens until I can't breathe. My lips feel the hea... Read article

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    Feb 14st, 2018
  • Colten Boushie Verdict Poses Critical Reconciliation Test

    There have been many recommendations over the years on fixing the systemic flaws; now is the time to act on them. There also have to be changes in RCMP conduct and processes. The RCMP got away with searching the trailer of Colten Boushie's mother right after the murder when Colten and his mother ... Read article

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    Feb 14st, 2018
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    cplea.ca Blogosaurus Lex » Canada changes Facebook

    On his website www.privacyinfo.ca , he recommends reading the Commissioner’s letter to CIPPIC for the best summary of the Commissioner’s findings. The letter is at www.priv.gc.ca/media/nr-c/2009/let_090827_e.cfm UPDATE: Michel Giest has written further about the case in his column at TheTyee.ca . Read article

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    law-faqs.org Canadian Legal FAQs- Coalition Government and Prorogation of Parliament

    The Prime Minister then chooses from among the MPs to appoint the members of the Cabinet. As noted on www.thetyee.ca : The Constitution Act of 1867 doesn't even mention the prime minister or political parties. MPs are everything. How MPs organize themselves is entirely up to them. This is why two... Read article

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    barcamp.org BarCamp / Recipes Swap

    Alan on, http://www.thetyee.ca/ The basics Read article

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    ourworld.unu.edu The Convenience City Ultimatum - Our World

    Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://thetyee.ca . Professor and James Taylor Chair in Landscape and Liveable Environments University of British Columbia Patrick Condon is a professor at the University of British Columbia and holds the James Taylor Chair in Lands... Read article

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    sevenoaksmag.com Seven Oaks Magazine.

    A recent article in the TheTyee.ca asserted that Haiti is becoming Canada’s Iraq . Ottawa’s venture has yet to reach the same level of mass unpopularity as Bush’s war in the Middle East. But, then, people in Canada are only just becoming aware of what has been done in their name. Meanwhile, in Ha... Read article

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    flyfishbc.com Chairman Harper and the Chinese Sell-Out

    Who needs democracy? Secret treaty is a massive giveaway of Canadian resources and rights with no vote in Parliament. Read this article here ----> http://thetyee.ca/Opinion/2012/10/11/Chairman-Harper/?utm_source=daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=111012 Thread: Chairman Harper and the Chinese Se... Read article

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    blog.eogn.com The Wrecking of Canada's Library and Archives - Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter

    The ongoing cuts and changes to service delivery at Library and Archives Canada (LAC) continue to be a source of consternation for Canada's archival community and to the users of Canada's documentary heritage. Myron Groover has summarized the controversial cutbacks nicely in an article at http://... Read article

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    elephantjournal.com Say No to Lululemon! ~ Sara Jean Deegan | elephant journal

    Http://www.lululemon.com/community/blog/how-the-name-lululemon-athletica-was-created/ “Controversial Message Uncovered in Lululemon Bags.” CTV News. April 16, 2008. Feb.2012. http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/TopStories/20080416/Lululemon_controversy_080416/ Deveau, Scott. “Yoga Mogul Has Critics in a Kn... Read article

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    schemamag.ca Schema | September 2009 Archives : more than ethnic

    David Beers was also a founding member of IMPACS, a Vancouver non-profit firm providing media help to non-profit groups, former vice chair of the Vancouver City Planning Commission, and a lecturer at the UBC School of Journalism. David shared his experiences and insight to working in the media, b... Read article

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    accessibilitynewsinternational.com After Injury, a Job Can Be Vital Medicine

    After Injury, a Job Can Be Vital Medicine To get people with disabilities back to work, what works? BC’s plans are controversial. By Ainslie Cruickshank, Sept 15, 2011, TheTyee.ca “There was a cracking sound and then searing pain,” said Amber Slusar. “I just turned my head, literally to look out ... Read article

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    friends.ca In 2012, a CBC 'Hockey Nightmare in Canada' foretold? by Robyn Smith | Friends of Canadian Broadcasting

    Apr 10, 2014 Source: The Tyee Six hundred and fifty-seven jobs lost, $130 million slashed from the CBC's budget. Was this "Plan B?" Back in December 2012, The Tyee reported on the implications of Canada's public broadcaster losing the rights to air ad-lucrative hockey games. At the time, the Nati... Read article

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    gossamer-threads.com Gossamer Blog » The Tyee: Bricolage-Powered News

    The Tyee is a politics and culture magazine dedicated to covering events here in British Columbia, Canada. In the fast-paced world of news coverage, being able to deliver your content to your readers as quickly and clearly as possible is key. That’s why The Tyee uses Bricolage to manage their wor... Read article

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    canadalandshow.com Ricochet: crowdfunding the Next Journalism | CANADALAND

    People were being fed a line about riots and danger and insurrection and things being out of control. And nothing could be further from the truth.” Cox 11:45 “It’s to provide a bridge between Quebec and the rest of the country, because the communication across that provincial border has been hist... Read article

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    pbs.org Crowdfunding Journalism: A New Financing Model for Freelancers? | Mediashift | PBS

    It has offered 16 reporting fellowships totaling $80,000 entirely funded by readers, providing each fellow with a $5,000 stipend for B.C.-based investigations and solutions-oriented journalism. The Tyee also fundraised $25,000 before the start of the 2009 B.C. election and $18,000 in 2011 for mor... Read article

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    ipolitics.ca Coaxing Cruz out of his Canuck closet

    By Steve Burgess | Aug 30, 2013 8:57 pm | 0 1 0 0 Editor’s note: Long-time Tyee contributor Steve Burgess is an accredited spin doctor with a Ph.D in Centrifugal Rhetoric from the University of SASE, situated on the lovely campus of PO Box 7650, Cayman Islands. In this and future columns, Steve w... Read article

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