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    Daniel BealsThis year the Sleepless Goat is one of four restaurants taking part in A Taste for Life. On April 23rd from 5 pm on, 25% of the proceeds will go to fundraising efforts for Kingston's HIV/AIDs Regional Services...But beyond that, I will be the host at this location and I expect you all to come and visit me and have a bit to eat on April 23rd. DJB.
    5 hours ago | Ontario, Kingston and the Islands
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    Russ ChristiansonApril 28th, 2014 Day of Mourning Why ? To remember those who have died, been injured or fallen ill as a result of their work for which they toil and to once again establish the need for a healthy workplace. We need support from you to attend. Where? Lucas Point Park Cobourg and the location is off Willmott St. Time? 1615 hr. Please come out and join us for the ceremony. All of us have been or know someone who has been affected by their workplace. Any questions, please contact me. Yours truly Chris Leavitt chrisleavitt53@gmail.com (905) 375-5445
    14 hours ago | Ontario, Northumberland—Quinte West
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    Marc LaferriereSee what Thomas Mulcair (@ThomasMulcair) Leader of the NDP has been up to - nom meetings, first nations meeting, coaching hockey, hanging in Brantford etc.
    16 hours ago | Ontario, Brant
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    Susanne LautenGreen Cleaning Works! Use reusable dust cloths instead of throw away wipes made with and full of chemicals that get tossed and add to landfills. They work just as well if not better and saves you a couple bucks too!
    19 hours ago | Ontario, Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—Brock

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    Trish McAuliffeRecieved a heart breaking call today. A 58 year old man injured on his job after 28 years at one and 4 at his last one...fired and gone through arbitration (my advice a year ago to him) Now is faced with eviction from the home he is in. Five year wait for affordable housing he is told. Ed Broadbent helped his grandmother out in her desperate times so is now calling on me. NDP needs to take back its leadership in our community no doubt...till then who serves the desperate thru difficult times????.
    Wed 5:32 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    Marc SpoonerDear #studentfirst please find & replace "standardized testing" with "common assessment" in every instance on my submission #stf #saskteach #skpoli
    Wed 4:21 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Trish McAuliffeWhat the world needs more of... this is an incredible experience for an artist! Deeper appreciation of life is so moving! http://gawker.com/happy-makes-pharrell-cry-1563025320
    Wed 3:03 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    Brian WhiteOff to have dinner with leaders from the Canadian Labour Congress, who are in town for the Stop Hudak Rally tonight. If you are a union member, you should really be there. 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm – Unifor 914 Union Hall, 900 Devine St. (at Indian Rd. S.), Sarnia
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    Adam PoonCan you find the three Greens from Markham-Unionville in this picture helping out the Mike Schreiner campaign last fall?
    Wed 12:19 pm | Ontario, Markham—Unionville
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    Kyle PetersonThis says more about Trudeau's character than any attack ad can.
    Wed 11:56 am | Ontario, Newmarket Aurora
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    Daniel BealsApril is Equal Pay Day. Did you know that Ontario's women face a 31% pay gap?
    Wed 10:19 am | Ontario, Kingston and the Islands
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    Susanne LautenWe have changed the date of our Tree Planting/AGM! Due to the never ending winter our seedlings will not be ready by the scheduled pick up date. With a possibility of a week or two delay please pencil in these dates and I will let you know as soon as I know when we can get planting them. Sunday May 4 Saturday May 10 Hope you all can still make it!
    Wed 8:52 am | Ontario, Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—Brock
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    Marc LaferriereA good op-ed from @ElizabethMay on the Unfair Elections Act: The minister repeats that you can vote using 39 different forms of ID, suggesting it is the work of a moment for any Canadian to rummage through what we carry around every day to vote. The repetition of the 39 pieces of ID has become part of the disinformation that could lead to a loss of voter rights in the next election. A passport won’t work by itself because it does not include an address. A driver’s licence only works if it includes a street address and not a post office box, as is the case in many rural areas. If you have moved and your driver’s licence shows your previous address, you won’t have adequate ID. The requirement is for something with a photo ID and your address or just the right combination of two (or more) other identifiers, even without a photo ID. Here’s a hypothetical. Imagine my daughter, currently a student in Halifax, went to the polling station bringing along six pieces of ID from the list — just to be on the safe side — her birth certificate, her student ID, her driver’s licence, her health card, her passport and her transcript. All are listed as acceptable on the Elections Canada website. Could she vote? No. None of these forms of ID will include her current address. She does pay for utilities in her Halifax apartment. The utility bill is listed as an acceptable proof of address, in conjunction with her other ID. So, she runs back to her apartment, prints out her online utility bill and gets back to the polling station. Can she vote now? No. The utility statement must be one mailed to the customer, not one printed out from online billing. The advice from hundreds of experts is that this law will deprive thousands of Canadians of their right to vote. When we are suffering a crisis in voter turnout with fewer than 60 per cent voting in 2011, and only 38.8 per cent of young people doing so, we should encourage voting, not create new obstacles. - See more at: http://www.timescolonist.com/opinion/op-ed/elizabeth-may-six-pieces-of-id-and-still-not-allowed-to-vote-1.963070#sthash.KQCSbT14.DiDBAKGF.dpuf
    Wed 8:13 am | Ontario, Brant
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    Marc LaferriereBrant NDP Provincial Candidate Alex Felsky (@AlexFelsky) gets it as she advocates for accessible local health care and a proper walk in clinic in the city: “If you live in the south side of the city, it’s a $35 cab ride each way to the Willett,” Felsky said. “That’s going to eat into a lot of the grocery budget if you’re needing to spend $70.”
    Wed 6:40 am | Ontario, Brant
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    Marc LaferriereOntario NDP questions Liberal Minister over Brantford/Brant Long Term Care Issues. http://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/2014/04/15/minister-faces-questions-over-expositor-series
    Wed 5:22 am | Ontario, Brant

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