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Stephen Harper at billionaire Sheldon Adelson Vegas party gives sage advice

Stephen Harper at billionaire Sheldon Adelson Vegas party gives sage advice

Native teen’s slaying a ‘crime,’ not a ‘sociological phenomenon,’ Stephen Harper says:  Prime Minister Stephen Harper rules out inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women  (Toronto Star 21 August 2014)

Native teen’s slaying a ‘crime,’ not a ‘sociological phenomenon,’ Stephen Harper says: Prime Minister Stephen Harper rules out inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women (Toronto Star 21 August 2014)

Journalists Are Banned from Stephen Harper's Events and It’s Stupid Nonsense | VICE | Canada

Journalists Are Banned from Stephen Harper's Events and It’s Stupid Nonsense | VICE | Canada

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We’re only a few days into the Trump era and it’s becoming painfully clear that the new president is mobilizing for a war on science. This situation is eerily reminiscent of attempts to suppress science in Canada during Stephen Harper’s tenure as Prime Minister, from 2006 to 2015. Here’s what Canadians say American scientists and concerned citizens should expect in the next four years—and what they can do to fight back.

We’re only a few days into the Trump era and it’s becoming painfully clear that the new president is mobilizing for a war on science. This situation is eerily reminiscent of attempts to suppress science in Canada during Stephen Harper’s tenure as Prime Minister, from 2006 to 2015. Here’s what Canadians say American scientists and concerned citizens should expect in the next four years—and what they can do to fight back.

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