Daily Archives: June 10, 2016

Green Party: “What we fear from Trump we have already seen from Clinton”

As Bernie Sanders prepares to meet with President Obama, we speak to Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein, who has also been reaching out to the Vermont senator. With Hillary Clinton claiming victory in the Democratic race, Stein is attempting … Continue reading

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Financial fitness revolution required

MacLean’s leads with a worthwhile article on Canadian housing risks this week, see:  A housing market that’s too hot to handle: After years of pumping money into the country’s frothiest housing markets, Canada’s big banks are suddenly—and alarmingly—nervous about the … Continue reading

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Turning CO2 to stone: breakthrough in carbon capture

Thinking people are continuing to focus on technological advancement and solutions for smarter resource use and cleanup. The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change concluded that carbon capture and storage is a critical part of tackling climate change in the … Continue reading

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Moore on lessons from the dinosaurs

I disagree that Brexit is a crazy idea, but as usual Moore is thought-provoking. With the release of his new documentary, Where to Invade Next, director Michael Moore tells Owen Jones that a UK vote for Brexit would be like … Continue reading

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Danielle’s weekly market update

Danielle was a guest today with Jim Goddard of Talk Digital Network talking about recent developments in the world economy and markets.  You can listen to an audio clip of the segment here.

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