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The TPP is nothing about jobs or helping ordinary Canadians or protecting our environment. It's all about protecting the corporatocracy the ONLY beneficiary of this trade steal.
 
The TPP - Good for them, not for you
We don’t want multinational corporations and super wealthy investors to be able to sue us in shady tribunals if a Canadian government puts our rights ahead of their profits
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The TPP Free Trade STEAL.

I can't say I'm surprised that the Trudeau Government is signing this steal (I refuse to call it a deal) 
A new Angus Reid Institute poll suggests that half of Canadians have no opinion on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, leaving a vacuum for proponents and opponents of the deal to try to fill.
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The devil is in the details as they say, plenty of bad things for Canada. I am hearing more and more people talking about it though which is encouraging.
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If you have the time please watch this video.

I love +Elizabeth May 
She should be our Prime Minister.
Her presentation to the National Energy Board, is an impassioned plea for sure, but one filled with factual evidence and shines the bright light of truth on Kinder Morgans application, and the machinations of the Harper Government to turn our country into a "Petro State" but more likely to turn our pristine Pacific Coast into a gooey morass of dilbit (tar sands mixed with a poisonous thinner)
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I'm in shock. Another legend passes. RIP David 
Innovative and iconic singer's careers ran for five decades
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quote: ISIS? They’ve already won.
That’s right. It’s too late. They’ve won.
Even if we kill every single one of them, they’ve still won.
Even if we carpet bomb the Middle East.
Even if we nuke ‘em.
Even if we burn the entire region down to the bedrock and piss in the ashes.
They’ve still won.
They’ve won because the goal of terrorism is terror.
Because the goal of terrorism is to make us afraid.
Because the goal of terrorism is to make us hate. 
The terrorists don’t have to invade.
They’ve already won.
ISIS is coming! ISIS is coming! Oh no! Run for your lives, Everybody! "If we don't recognize the seriousness of Radical Islamic Terrorism and are unwilling to give our military leaders the tools needed to destroy our ene...
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This article was co-authored with Devon Gardner, Social Media Director at IMI. You can follow her at @msdevonvictoria. Over the past several years, social media has established itself as a core marketing practice, earning a place at the table with other digital marketing and public relations strategies. Many of today’s social media [...]
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How many more experts do we need to hear from before we come to understand just how dangerous this "Steal" really is for ordinary Canadians?
Jim Balsillie says future and present innovation in Canada will wither under the weight of the just-signed Trans Pacific Partnership. The former co-CEO of Research in Motion speaks out against a deal he says will see Canadians generating prosperity for others.
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Interesting from someone who has a lot of experience in world negotiations. He made the effort to read the document which is far more than the government officials that supported the NAFTA agreement.
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Terrific article based on well reasoned ideas and sound facts.
Oil is out, renewables are in.
We need leadership that is prepared to make the hard but best decision to move us away from fossil fuels and into the new age of sustainable and clean energy.
It will create more jobs, help clean up our planet, diversify our economy, and bring harmony back to our great country. 
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Indeed!
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How do you use plastic? And how do you seal with the plastic after use?
Go near any convenience store and you will see all kinds of it strewn about.
Strive to break the cycle of used plastic to garbage. Reuse and recycle plastic as much as you can and encourage manufacturing to use green packaging in your purchasing decisions.
 
There Will Be More Plastic Than Fish in the Ocean by 2050
There will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050, warned Ellen MacArthur Foundation and World Economic Forum in a report The New Plastics Economy:
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The referendum has already been held. It was in the form of the last general election.
The Liberals were elected on the basis of their platform which included electoral reform. 
Liberal House Leader’s declaration that government will replace first-past-the-post system draws criticism from opposition
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Public involvement yes , we need to tell our local MPs what we want they represent us , at least that's how it works when the conservatives aren't in power . Referendums sound good but they are used by conservatives to slow things down and stall until they can find other ways to stop what Canadians want , It's right out of the Tea Party play book.
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Great gift idea for total tech geeks!

h/t +Shane Puff
 
Love me a Humble Bundle... =D
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This barbaric practice has to stop, so from now on I'm going to boycott all Japanese products of any kind. That includes any products or items that contain components made in Japan.
A year after the International Court of Justice ordered Japan to stop the hunt, whalers are once again taking to the seas
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Well lets see if this so called court is of any use, does it have any teeth? Or will they just turn a blind eye to the Japs. Yeah, I'll call them that as I have no respect for these bastards whatsoever. 
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