Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Wednesday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material for your mid-week reading.

- Munir Sheikh writes (PDF) about good data and intelligent government. I'll add the subtitle, "and other perceived threats to the Harper Conservatives".

- Aside from the occasional expose on working conditions, there's been remarkably little challenge to the top-heavy development plan for the oil sands from the workers involved. Which means that it's great news to see workers challenging the Keystone XL pipeline over the potential jobs being shipped out of Canada.

- Meanwhile, at least one researcher is sounding the alarm over the Cons' cuts to Environment Canada as well.

- Finally, Tim Naumetz profiles Paul Dewar as an NDP leadership candidate, while Mia Rabson's article on Niki Ashton features some familiar names.

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