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Libertarian women's history month: Leslie Graves

Leslie Graves (195? – )  started in Libertarian Party and anti-draft activism and gradually moved to behind the scenes activism in tax and term limitation initiatives and then freedom of information issues.   842 more words

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Ontario premier won't shut door on allowing craft brewers to open stores

TORONTO – Premier Kathleen Wynne is leaving the door open to a request from Ontario’s small, independent brewers to allow them to set up more independent stores to sell their products. 164 more words


Ontario’s craft brewers want their own beer stores

TORONTO – Ontario’s craft brewers want the right to open their own beer stores.

Ontario’s Craft Brewers Association wants its members to be allowed to open at least one offsite store each. 337 more words


Reevely: Bilderberg plots and social ills! Ontario's big public service union strays into crazy town (with video)

Ontario’s big public-service union needs some public sympathy as it bargains hard with the provincial government on new labour contracts. So it’s levelled two different sets of crazypants allegations against Premier Kathleen Wynne’s government in just a week. 725 more words


Wynne says she hasn't made 'final decision' on Hydro One sale, despite report on plan to sell shares

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne stressed Tuesday that her government has yet to make a decision on how best to sell off provincial assets, responding to a report that she is planning to sell shares in Hydro One. 397 more words


(Libertarian) Women's History month: Tonie Nathan

Tonie Nathan, R.I.P. (The First Woman to Receive an Electoral Vote for Vice President)

Tonie Nathan was the first woman and the first Jewish American to receive an Electoral College vote, decades before Geraldine Ferraro or Joseph Leiberman, when she was the (first) Vice Presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party in 1972.   291 more words

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What do Ontario residents want in the budget? More places to buy booze

TORONTO – Ontarians have given the government a resounding answer to the question what would they like to see in the budget: booze.

Residents were invited to submit ideas online then vote on them during a public consultation period that closed Friday. 157 more words