Ontario’s Dirty Lil Secret

The federal government is coming back from its recent climate conference. Where once again the Canadian government made bold promises to reduce CO2 emissions and to meet bold targets. Once again a lot of promises were made but no clear plan of attack was set out. A point many critics have made against the federal government.

Naturally, the focus is centred on the Oil Sands in Alberta as the biggest emitter of CO2, and the biggest obstruction for Canada to meet its targets. However, there is another problem that gets little to no coverage. And it’s a lot harder to fix than imposing a carbon price or limiting emissions targets. It’s Ontario. Specifically the 905 region of Ontario. It is one of the most densely populated parts of the country and is designed to essentially be a CO2 powerhouse.

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The Future is Automated

Life is slowly settling into a new normal in a post-pandemic world. However, a mistake that is often quoted is how quickly can we return to normal. Politicians or often business leaders will state something that envisions a return to how life was before the pandemic. This is often at the detriment of reality around them. It is clear the public seems to want to transition into a new economy. I wrote more in detail about it in my previous entry here.

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Its not a Resignation, It’s a Revolution

Want to See How Quickly You Can Ruin Your Reputation?

I came across this post on social media in regards to a restaurant called Milton’s in Kitchener-Waterloo, ON (Warning, the footage is disturbing and has adult language in it):

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Been Away for Too Long

First off my apologies.

It’s been a whirlwind month. Things on the podcast have been developing and quite frankly it has taken up an abundance of my time.

As well I wanted to step away from talking politics too much. From personal experience, I can say it’s probably never a healthy thing to do.

I am hoping to devote more time to writing here. I have a few thoughts that I’d like to share so expect to see and hear from me more often going forward.

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