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    The lack of a childcare program is all the armor...

    The lack of a childcare program is all the armor teachers need for now. The biggest catalyst to significant change would be to deal with that and other things could fall into place. The NDP won't go...
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    Killex gets broadleaf. But if it's grasses they...

    Killex gets broadleaf. But if it's grasses they want to keep out then Roundup is what gets it.
  3. https://nunatsiaq.com/stories/article/65674natan_o...

    https://nunatsiaq.com/stories/article/65674natan_obed_why_the_name_edmonton_eskimos_harms_inuit/

    Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami has demanded that the Edmonton Canadian Football League team stop using the...
  4. If you bothered to look at the articles you’d see...

    If you bothered to look at the articles you’d see that it’s the ITK who called for the name change.

    ITK being the national body representing Inuit people.

    So when you said it was just white...
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    The people he’d need to make promises to in order...

    The people he’d need to make promises to in order to get elected for leadership would make him unelectable in Ontario for anybody who already doesn’t blindly vote conservative.

    He’s got a...
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    The Conservatives need two parties to pass a...

    The Conservatives need two parties to pass a non-confidence vote (and specifically, they need the NDP and the Bloc, as no other two parties can carry a majority). The Bloc will support whoever gives...
  7. Just some white guy representing a bunch of white...

    Just some white guy representing a bunch of white people virtue signalling for a "made up minority", no doubt.
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    If you don't report a death, did the person...

    If you don't report a death, did the person really die?
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    Even if it can't, for those demolition prices you...

    Even if it can't, for those demolition prices you can afford to make as many mistakes you want.
  10. That's because the right doesn't fight for social...

    That's because the right doesn't fight for social change. It fights to preserve social order (or will fight to restore an older one, reactionaries are very violent). When the right uses violence as a...
  11. What decade are we in? The Democrats are who...

    What decade are we in?

    The Democrats are who pushed through the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act. The famous non-quote by LBJ: 'we have lost the South for a generation' because it...
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    Liquor Connect can be hit and miss (knows if a...

    Liquor Connect can be hit and miss (knows if a place has bought it, but not if it still has it)

    https://www.liquorconnect.com/Products/Search?query=cariboo&page=1

    Seems like the 15 pack is...
  13. Don't need to limit things to the KKK or...

    Don't need to limit things to the KKK or neo-nazis to see right wing protesting in the midst of violence:
    ...
  14. Yeah it is useful to ignore one group, and...

    Yeah it is useful to ignore one group, and pretend another doesn’t play for your team.

    White supremacist groups are all about freedom and capitalism. Ruby Ridge and Waco mobilized people like...
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    MEC products (the MEC 'brand' stuff) have gone...

    MEC products (the MEC 'brand' stuff) have gone under a sharp quality and durability decline in the past 10-15 years. Stuff I have from the 90s and 00s has held up better than similar stuff from five...
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    Harrowing to think of all the people who go under...

    Harrowing to think of all the people who go under the knife when the surgeon and other medical staff is at risk of losing motor function at any moment.
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    Put on mask. Get moved ahead of the line and...

    Put on mask.

    Get moved ahead of the line and enter store.

    Take off mask.

    Tell people it's a hoax and they're sheep.

    Repeat.
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    Should people show such deference to the...

    Should people show such deference to the government in all aspects of their lives, or only during pandemics?
  19. If things were sufficient then there wouldn't be...

    If things were sufficient then there wouldn't be so much anger and concern over Northern Gateway, Energy East, or KXL.

    Trying to prop up trade restrictions as leverage when you're relying on...
  20. The Quebec separatist movement was willing to...

    The Quebec separatist movement was willing to deal with economic sacrifices in the name of cultural sovereignty, because it was more about the latter than the former.

    Alberta separatists think...
  21. Well Quebec is what Wexiters are aspiring to be,...

    Well Quebec is what Wexiters are aspiring to be, so you should figure that out quick.
  22. There are millions of barrels a month that aren’t...

    There are millions of barrels a month that aren’t currently restricted. Any restriction on transport puts those at risk. That’s current production, not expansion capacity. Alberta can’t afford that. ...
  23. Good thing Alberta isn’t vulnerable to...

    Good thing Alberta isn’t vulnerable to proportionate retaliatory measures by shipping out millions of barrels of oil A month by rail or anything.

    Fucking moron.

    Stronger Wexit is good for the...
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    And here I thought you said you wanted realistic...

    And here I thought you said you wanted realistic plans.
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    They want a lot of things. But wants aren't...

    They want a lot of things. But wants aren't outcomes apparently.

    https://www.afn.ca/policy-sectors/

    Why don't you delve through that and let them know which wants are worthwhile, and which...
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    You offered to see how you can bring the outcomes...

    You offered to see how you can bring the outcomes FN people wanted, then got all pouty when you saw what the desired outcomes were and didn't want to discuss it.



    You got all this from me...
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    Inspiring.

    Inspiring.
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    You're off to a bad start in dealing with the...

    You're off to a bad start in dealing with the desired outcomes:

    https://www.afn.ca/policy-sectors/indian-residential-schools/



    You're also suggesting that an attempt to help preserve and...
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    'Hey, I'm some guy with no power or decision...

    'Hey, I'm some guy with no power or decision making ability who thinks that the treatment you've received in the past is irrelevant going forward and you don't deserve any special treatment. Who's...
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    That’s up to the wronged party to decide. Not the...

    That’s up to the wronged party to decide. Not the government, and not you.
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    Get the government to offer a fat one time...

    Get the government to offer a fat one time payment, then.

    DuPont and PFOA lawsuits have shown that you can’t always get away with trying one time settlements.
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    If a company poisons a water source that has...

    If a company poisons a water source that has immediate and lasting effects on a community, should that company, acknowledging what they did, be expected to compensate the community and help rectify...
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    Why? The reason "everyone" thinks it should be...

    Why?

    The reason "everyone" thinks it should be imbued with a special sort of permanency is because the government tried to eradicate it. This is the response.
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    The government targeted FN culture for...

    The government targeted FN culture for eradication. This was a direct goal of the Indian Act and particularly the residential school system. Make attendance in schools mandatory, place the schools in...
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    It's the special treatment you get when the...

    It's the special treatment you get when the government targets a culture and people for eradication.
  36. And Vancouver only has it because of the 2010...

    And Vancouver only has it because of the 2010 Olympics. It's also seen both sides of complaints:

    First it was that people were inflating ridership projections to ram the project through. Then...
  37. Talk about random and out of context. What does a...

    Talk about random and out of context. What does a federal tax credit do for a provincially funded police force? The Province of Alberta doesn’t pay taxes, Albertans do. So the only way a tax credit...
  38. Random statistical information without context? ...

    Random statistical information without context?

    It couldn’t be less random, and couldn’t be more contextual.

    In a thread about the Fair Deal Panel report, questions were raised about cost of...
  39. I offered no opinion, no conjecture. Literally...

    I offered no opinion, no conjecture. Literally just posted a screen cap of what the panel said about costs in their report.

    So if you disagree with what I put, then you disagree with the panel,...
  40. So the Fair Deal panel’s info is just opinion...

    So the Fair Deal panel’s info is just opinion based on partial or out of context information?

    Why should we spend the money to have a referendum on it, then?
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