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USA Rugby: Professionalism & The Strategic Plan (The most important thing you never cared about)

Professional Rugby in the United States.  What an exciting,  fluid, and contentious topic.

Jake Frechette has written an excellent and inquisitive article, “Austin Huns, Griffins, Red River: More Professional Rugby In America?” 924 more words

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A Milestone weekend for Rugby in America!

What a weekend for celebration for the rugby community in America.  Not only could we watch every SuperRugby match played this weekend for ‘free’ (if you consider ESPN free), but we also get the semi-finals of the European Champions Cup, AND a very presentable… 1,043 more words

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One Time Wonder?

It was that sweet and slightly pudgy Chinese fellow who came up with the Great Leap Forward.

That grandiose social experiment to turn China into an industrial power from an essentially agrarian country ended up costing about 45 million lives in the resulting famine. 230 more words

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Rex Murphy: Canada's not the enemy — but don't try telling that to Stephen and Avi Lewis

One of the more forceful lines of Stephen Lewis’s speech in Edmonton in support of the Leap Manifesto last weekend was his forceful takedown of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the question of the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia. 800 more words

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The Revolution Will Not Be

Recently Canada’s major left-leaning political party, the NDP, opted to replace its leader Thomas Mulcair, in the aftermath of disappointing election results in the federal election of 2015.   524 more words

Politics

Gordzilla in the City: NDP’s Leap Manifesto is absurd and unworkable

When we were in Grade 8, bored, as I recall, one rainy weekend afternoon, a friend of mine and I decided to draw up plans for the perfect society. 820 more words

Opinion

Kelly McParland: The Lewis family's Leap project could prove discomfiting to the NDP

It was a bit odd watching Stephen Lewis deliver his barnburner of a speech to a hooting crowd of New Democrats in Edmonton on the weekend, lending his considerable prestige to the Leap manifesto. 1,383 more words

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