Monthly Archives: May 2011

Whistler and the living wage

Seth Klein of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives spoke in Whistler a couple of weeks back while he was here for a conference put on by the Trudeau Foundation. His idea for a “living wage” was an interesting one, … Continue reading

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Barcelona FC: Catalonians against the world

My first ever travel piece. I could have written about many things on my trip to Spain but I figured an experience at a soccer game would be the most compelling, especially since Barcelona FC has made the Champions League … Continue reading

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How the NDP could save politics

Back at the grind. Spain was wonderful, Barcelona is an outstanding, walkable city and San Sebastian is just about the most beautiful little town in the world. I’m still exfoliating from spending a day on the beach. Not a lot … Continue reading

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