Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Wednesday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material for your mid-week reading.

- Since I haven't yet mentioned the September 9 federal council meeting which will set the rules for the NDP's 2012 leadership race, let's point it out now. Needless to say, now figures to be the time to discuss the best possible time frame and voting process - while candidates will need to be ready to announce or bow out shortly after the rules are set.

- Meanwhile, the Wikipedia page for the leadership race looks to be a useful resource - even if it contains a bit of superfluous information on candidates who look highly unlikely to run.

- Farron Cousins takes on the corporate right's constant bluster about "job-killing regulations" by pointing out the actual effect of regulatory standards.

- Finally, David MacDonald and Erika Shaker document how soaring tuition fees have made post-secondary education less accessible.

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