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Covid-19
EU
Politics and democracy

A historic plan, but for what?

Historic! This word has been repeated non-stop by defenders of the agreement reached on 21 July by the European Council on the recovery plan, announced – rather symbolically – at the first light of dawn. The agreement’s detractors did not wait to minimize the accord, quickly covering the brilliant pinks of dawn with a deep […]

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Canada
Homes

Mike Holmes: Plan ahead for an eco-friendly reno

Article content continued Taking that to a larger scale, how can we cut down on construction waste as contractors and homeowners? Deconstruct, then demolish If you want an environmentally friendly renovation, you need to plan for that at the very beginning. Before you begin the demolition phase of the project, start with the deconstruction phase. […]

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Politics

White House chief of staff details plan for unemployment benefits; pins recovery on therapeutics and vaccine

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows appeared on ABC’s “This Week.” July 26, 2020, 2:44 PM 8 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article As 25 million people prepare for the expiration of expanded pandemic unemployment assistance, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows attempted to push back Sunday against speculation that […]

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How do you restart an economy? Germany has a plan

Even as the novel coronavirus continues to spread around the world, European governments are starting to think about how to re-open factories, offices and schools while minimizing the chance of further outbreaks. Austria on Monday said it would gradually begin to reopen shops after Easter, becoming the first country in Europe to do so. Pressure […]

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News
Politics

Murder victims to get help to fight for tougher jail sentences under plan from Tory London Mayor hopeful

FAMILIES of murder victims will get extra help to fight for tougher jail sentences under a new plan from the Tory London Mayoral hopeful. Shaun Bailey will set up a new sentencing unit and tsar in City Hall in charge of helping families fight for justice. 2 Jodie Chesney’s family have called for tougher knife […]

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Canada Pension Plan
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oilsands
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Retirement
Wexit

Alberta risks ‘double jeopardy’ if it exits Canada Pension Plan, leading expert warns

One of Canada’s leading pension experts is warning Albertans to consider the “double jeopardy” of falling contributions and investment asset values they might be subjecting future generations to if they replace the Canada Pension Plan with a provincial alternative. In a report published on Wednesday, Keith Ambachtsheer, president of KPA Advisory Services and director emeritus […]

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Gov. Newsome Says PG&E’s Bankruptcy Plan Is ‘Woefully Short’ Of What’s Needed : NPR

California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday rejected a restructuring plan from the state’s largest utility Pacific Gas & Electric. Christian Monterrosa/AP hide caption toggle caption Christian Monterrosa/AP California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday rejected a restructuring plan from the state’s largest utility Pacific Gas & Electric. Christian Monterrosa/AP California Gov. Gavin Newsom rejected a bankruptcy […]

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Commodities
Enbridge Inc.
Energy
News

Enbridge Inc plan to grow in the age of pipeline opposition

CALGARY — At a time when building new pipelines has become increasingly challenging, North America’s largest pipeline company is looking to low-risk, conservative projects for growth. “We’ve adapted to this environment… It’s not just about growth, we’re focused on expansion, extension and optimization of the existing base, which will be very capital efficient,” Enbridge Inc […]

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Brain-damaged homeless man in Mountjoy for year after HSE cancels care plan

It is “staggering” that a brain-damaged homeless man has been on remand for more than a year in Mountjoy Prison’s high dependency unit despite persistent reports he is of unsound mind and needs residential care, the president of the High Court has said. Mr Justice Peter Kelly was told a senior HSE official had cancelled […]

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From confidence votes to committees, how parties plan to navigate the new Parliament

OTTAWA — The leader of the government in the House of Commons says it’s his intention to take a “traditional” approach to confidence votes in the new Parliament, where given the minority dynamics, “any day can be the last day.” That means any votes on money matters such as the federal budget and various votes […]

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