Do you think cabinet appointments should be based on merit? Here is a review of the qualifications of the above female MPs, from the Tyee news online.
While taking a brief study break, why not read this short blog post about the origin of coal, oil and natural gas and thoughts about climate change.
Today we have political change as Justin Trudeau's new cabinet is revealed after the swearing in ceremony in Ottawa. A historic moment. I remember Justin and Margaret Trudeau from the first Trudeau government.
"The time for energy democracy has come: we believe not just in changes to our energy sources, but that wherever possible communities should collectively control these new energy systems." " High-speed rail powered by just renewables and affordable public transit can unite every community in this country – in place of more cars, pipelines and … Continue reading The Leap Manifesto|A Call for a Canada Based on Caring for the Earth and One Another
A very poignant and timely discussion of Canadian intellectual contributions in Humanities and Social Sciences. It is very inspiring and appropriate to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission as well. Enjoy.
There have been a few changes in the past weeks to how students can print in the Library. There are two printing systems in the Library: printing from the OPAC computers (the computers in the centre of the Library, not the Lab) and printing in the Lab. For the time being, printing in the Lab … Continue reading New to the Library–adjust your print credits here! Recent printing changes in the Library.
In her article "Changing World, Changing Libraries," Mary Popp discusses issues currently faced by libraries. The world is changing, and the demand for information is increasing; along with the ways in which we access information. How is our library keeping up with these changes? Are we meeting the needs of our patrons? What can we … Continue reading Changes in the Library