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Monthly Archives: December 2010
CBC.ca: Phone deregulation fails consumers “The report points to a policy decision in December 2006 by then Industry Minister Maxime Bernier that ordered the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission to use market forces to the maximum extent possible, and ensure … Continue reading
Ontario Landowners Association: Five Most Outrageous Examples of Government Infringement on Property Rights for 2010 I am sure these are a drop in the bucket compared to what is going on in the rest of Canada but still a good … Continue reading
I read an article in the Globe & Mail recently (Don Cherry, the eye-opener), and though I vehemently disagree with the political leaning of the author, I’m glad the article was posted so I could comment. Unlike the author who … Continue reading
D’oh! Wordpress auto-updated my theme and I lost all my awesome customizations to my theme. I found a fix to prevent this from happening again but I need to manually reload the themes.