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Rail Safety Town Hall Report

April 9, 2015

The number of railroad cars carrying crude oil through Kingston has increased immensely in the last few years. Because rail and the transportation of dangerous goods are federally regulated, I invited experts to talk with the community at a town … Continue reading

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Unmuzzle Science

May 19, 2015

Mr. Harper and his Conservative government’s approach to science and scientists is deeply troubling. His policy of “muzzling science” has had a significant impact for Canada and Canadian research. The government’s science partisan-designed communications policy for members of the civil … Continue reading

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Low income people breathe more than high income people too: Budget 2015 and the TFSA

April 28, 2015

(I want to thank an observant constituent who alerted me to this) Raising the TFSA contribution limit from $5,500 to $10,000 benefits wealthy people more. Budget 2015 uses a deceptive figure to hide that. The Conservatives have been quoting again and again a … Continue reading

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Basic Research Funding Left Behind in 2015 Budget

April 24, 2015

Great Story About Curiosity-Driven Research A wonderful article in the April 23, 2015, Kingston Whig-Standard about a young scientist from Kingston, now studying at Caltech, is a nice description of how curiosity-driven research works. He discovered that cheap and abundant … Continue reading

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Conservative Sci-Tech and R&D funding claims don’t hold up

April 23, 2015

The Conservative government often claims to have spent $11 billion in new investments in science and technology since taking office in 2006. This is the standard answer when the government is pressured about muzzling scientists, closing important research facilities or … Continue reading

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