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Bob Phillips: Canadian


This is a video of Bob Phillips. A Canadian.

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Gemini Nominated in 1995 Binary Groove


This show was a pilot computer show in 1995 nominated for a Gemini Award at that time.

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End Piece: an uplifting experience (Originally Published in Concordia University Alumni Magazine)


Since I was seven years old I knew I wanted to write. My master’s degree in media studies from Concordia helped me reach that goal — and much more. Continue reading

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Stephen Harper News


Amanda Kwan Writes about Prime Minister Stephen Harper – Photo Courtesy of Dreamstime.com

Amanda Kwan - April 3, 2010

By Amanda Kwan
Online Story 8

The Hill Times reports that canceling vote subsidies to political parties will be a key feature in the Conservative government’s election platform.

Parties currently get $1.75 for each vote they receive in a federal election. The subsidy is used to pay staff and expense. Scrapping the program would save the government $30 million dollars annually.

It is unclear whether the Conservatives will push for a substitute program but PMO spokesperson Dmitri Soudas told the Hill Times his party plans to seek approval from voters to eliminate the public subsidy.

But to avoid a backlash, the Conservatives will likely consider changes so opposition parties won’t be financially crippled.

The Conservatives argue the program is unnecessary, especially during an economic slump.

The government proposed the same measure last year, which led to coalition talks among opposition parties. To avoid losing confidence in the House of Commons, Prime Minister Stephen Harper prorogued parliament.

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http://www.thehilltimes.ca/page/view/subsidies-03-29-2010

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