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It’s an odd comic strip, but today he nailed it!
A friend of mine started this petition to save the remaining forested areas on Rigaud Mountain. Please consider signing it to preserve some of the remaining wilderness around Montreal.
I have no idea how I would react to winning a Powerball jackpot. Of course the advertised amount is based on an annuity, the actual cash value is a lot less (but still more than I would ever see in a normal lifetime).
I thought that’s what a Segway was!?
Asok’s statement might require a bit of explanation.
But I know a couple of engineers who would probably say the exact same thing as Asok!
Now is a very important time to be following Michael Geist’s blog, as he’s analysing the TPP in very clear and understandable terms. The actual agreement is over 6,000 pages long – probably the longest international agreement ever written and one that no one will ever read, let alone understand, entirely.
But Michael is breaking it down, piece by piece, and pointing out the impacts on our daily lives and the inconsistencies with Canadian values.
So contact your Member of Parliament, and let them know that you did not vote for the TPP. That the Liberals were elected to throw out these piece of Stephen Harper Americanization of Canada and keep Canadian laws made in Canada!
The cold hard reality meets the fuzzy warm nostalgia.
And in a sense, the Apple Watch does as much to represent the pitiless passage of time as an hourglass does. The forward march of technology: you can fight it but you can’t stop it!
If you don’t know what the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is you’re in for a nasty surprise!
All Canadians, let your MP know you want to see major changes to avoid handing over control to foreigners and big corporations.