Did you hear the one about the land use planning authority that operates at less than 10% efficiency that has just been awarded nearly $400,000 to …
We can learn from our failures.
— Read on www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/02/how-public-health-messaging-backfired/618147/
“Manologues,” “mansplaining” and “manterrupting” are hallmarks of the conference room.
— Read on www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2021/02/18/men-interrupt-women-tokyo-olympics/
I was just out for a walk on the beach with 1 woman and 1 man and could feel the mansplaining coming on.
Vaccination rollout efforts in Canada have been criticized for being slow to get under way. The results emerging from a national research study document the und
— Read on www.longwoods.com/content/26443/healthcare-quarterly/an-evidence-based-strategy-to-scale-vaccination-in-canada
This explains some possible factors in success/failure among Canadian provinces. Hard to statistically correlate factors with success. Nevertheless it is good to have someone capture system and structural factors the differ among provinces. Discussion of Quebec would strengthen theory.
In her latest book, out now, Oluo examines the cultural and political underpinnings of what she calls the “mediocre-white-man-industrial complex.”
One of the first priorities of the newly re-elected federal Liberal government is a $6 billion personal income tax cut. The Liberals and Conservatives campaigned on similar promises, but the Liberals claimed their cut was more progressive. No matter how you slice it, cutting taxes reduces the amount of money available to provide services, and this specific tax cut goes mostly to higher income earners. There’s nothing progressive about that.
— Read on cupe.ca/federal-tax-cut-hurts-services-helps-wealthy
https://pollenize.org/en/elections/canada-2019. A good comparison of policies by party