Monthly Archives: March 2011

No Nukes is Good Nukes

The world’s attention has been riveted by the ongoing events at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan. We have watched in horror as first the earthquake, then the tsunami and finally the emerging nuclear disaster have hit that country. … Continue reading

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Raj Sherman to join Liberals. NDP still the most reliable defender of public health care.

Tommorow afternoon, Raj Sherman will announce his intentions regarding his political future. There’s no doubt in my mind that he will be joining the Liberal Party of Alberta. While we in Alberta’s NDP have openly courted Raj, his natural home … Continue reading

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Brian Mason: doing social media wrong, since yesterday

This is day two of my blog, and I’m already in trouble – on Twitter actually. It seems that I’m doing social media all wrong. According to Duncan Kinney: “I think @bmasonndp might want to reconsider this whole social media … Continue reading

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Public Inquiry needed now.

Yesterday, four Alberta political parties made a bit of history by standing together and calling on the PC government to hold an independent public inquiry into allegations that health professionals were intimidated, fired or paid for their silence when they … Continue reading

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Welcome to my blog, “An insiders view of Alberta politics”. I hope it will allow me to provide some insight into what goes on here at the legislature and in the political realm as a whole. Of course, I will … Continue reading

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