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A selection of progressive bloggers form Saskatchewan
Saturday Morning Links
Miscellaneous material for your weekend reading. [read more]
Fucked Up
In May, this Polaris Prize-winning Toronto punk/hardcore band released their fourth full-length. In his review in the May 29 issue (scroll down to read), Mason Pitzel noted that Glass Boys was a marked departure from the band’s last rel ... [read more]
Musical interlude
For a reunion weekend: [read more]
The New Democrats Get It Right On Iraq - Walkom
By backing Barack Obama’s ill-considered war, Stephen Harper and Justin Trudeau have signed onto a fool’s errand. [read more]
Daily Aggregation: Speedrun
1. NDP FORCES DEBATE ON MISSING ABORIGINAL WOMEN Finally! Looks like the opposition took advantage of people going home for the weekend early. 2. EMPTY CHAIRS IN THE HOUSE Apparently, MPs droning on in a deserted House of Commons is a t ... [read more]
Friday Afternoon Kitty: This One’s For Scotland
Hey Scotland, I guess you had a pretty stressful few weeks there, eh? Well, here: have a Scottish Fold kitten. It’ll make everything better. Have a great weekend, everyone! [read more]
I went to Controllin' Steve's Talking Point Dispensarium the other night...
...and a democratic Parliament broke out. [read more]
Defending our right to choose
The days when old men get to decide what a woman does with her body are long gone. Times have changed for the better. #LPC defends rights. [read more]
Friday Morning Links
Assorted content to end your week. [read more]
Riders vs. RedBlacks: Free Space On The Bingo Card
Sunday the 8-3 Riders will try to get back on track after a dismal outing last week. Luckily the schedule offers them an absolute gift of a match-up with the 1-8 RedBlacks coming to town. This is by far the easiest match-up left on our ... [read more]
The Slackers
Based in the Big Apple, the Slackers have been around since 1991. “Ska”, “rocksteady”, dub”, soul” and “reggae” are some of the genre tags that have been applied to their sound. On Sunday, Sept. 21 the sextet is in town to play a show a ... [read more]
REVIEW: Liam Neeson Is Taken… for Walk Among the Tombstones
Before you start complaining about yet another movie about Liam Neeson’s “particular set of skills”, know that A Walk Among the Tombstones is a couple of notches above his recent output. Tombstones is a little darker, a bit more mean sp ... [read more]
Are You Smarter Than A Toddler - Week 13 Picks
Here are the Prophet family picks for week 13. [read more]
Daily Aggregation: Cobra In The Sink
Hey, look! It’s a 7:00 8:00 p.m. aggregation blog post! Who expected that? Daily Aggregation: just like the Spanish Inquisition! Moving on… 1. SCOTTISH REFERENDUM! Votes are being counted. Exciting! Read more from The Guardian, The Guar ... [read more]
CAPP Gets A Cabinet Minister #skpoli
The headline of this Global story is wrong. “Sask. Party MLA Tim McMillan leaving politics to lead petroleum group“ CAPP is not outside of politics; they are a branch of the federal Conservative Party, and exist solely to lobby governme ... [read more]
Thursday Morning Links
This and that for your Thursday reading. [read more]
Tiny Magic
In addition to the artist talk and reception at the Dunlop Gallery Friday night for the exhibition From What Remains, there’s a screening of 10 short films and videos by Saskatchewan artists at the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative (301 ... [read more]
New column day
Here, on Justin Trudeau's remarkable demand that Stephen Harper set up a federal shun registry to make life easier for Trudeau politically. [read more]
Luther Lecture
Now that the academic year is in full swing at the University of Regina there’s a regular diet of lectures and other special events to look forward to. Luther College has been hosting this lecture since 1977. Some of the speakers who ha ... [read more]
Hunger Games 2
I watched “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” [8/10] and it’s a lot like the first movie, so pretty nifty, but also somewhat predictable. It’s available from the Regina Public Library. Soon I must watch “Knowing” and “World War Z” before I ha ... [read more]
Wednesday Morning Links
Miscellaneous material for your mid-week reading. [read more]
Scotland Aye!!
Aye!! [read more]
From What Remains
As a I noted a week or so ago, there’s no shortage of sculpture on display in Regina over the next few weeks/months. You can add this exhibition, which opens at the Dunlop Gallery’s Central location on Friday, Sept. 19, to the list. The ... [read more]
Tuesday Night Cat Blogging
Babied cats. [read more]
War On Cars Escalates
It looks like the city is in the process of installing some sort of pedestrian signal/walk light at the Cornwall and Victoria Ave. intersection on the south side of Victoria Park. It’s much-needed to promote walking in the downtown, I t ... [read more]
On paid access
Shorter Brad Wall: As far as I'm concerned, paying large sums of money to cynical political operatives for insider access to decision-makers is just how business gets done with the U.S. government. Also, please don't draw any obvious i ... [read more]
Saskatchewan Taxpayers Cough Up Millions To Open Doors For Premier Brad Wall With American Republican Lawmakers
By: Les Whittington Star Ottawa Bureau reporter, Laurent Bastien Corbeil Staff Reporter, Published on Mon Sep 15 2014   OTTAWA—When it comes to rubbing shoulders with movers and sha ... [read more]
Tuesday Morning Links
This and that for your Tuesday reading. [read more]
Can We TRUST The RCMP's Warning On Threats To The Oil Industry?
Environmental extremism a rising threat to energy sector, RCMP warns! [read more]
I Agree With Willie On The Issue Of Scottish Independence !!
Free Scotland [read more]