Daily Reads/Micro Thoughts Summary

twitter (feed #11)
RT @janeswalk: Great article about 2 queer, newcomers leading a #jwalk in Toronto: http://bit.ly/mxZrm4
twitter (feed #11)
RT @Igniter: Our politics has just been hyper polarized. Centre obliterated. #elxn41
twitter (feed #11)
RT @meslin: The NDP rise is exciting, but the surge could turn Harper’s 40% into a false majority. Hard to cheer. We need vote reform.
twitter (feed #11)
RT @gerrykirk: So the Conservatives have 10% more popular vote but twice as many seats as NDP. #elxn41
twitter (feed #11)
RT @gerrykirk: Real story being lost here – Con 40% NDP 30% Lib 20% popular vote. THAT is the parliament we asked for. #elxn41
twitter (feed #11)
RT @tbains: RT @paulleblanc: Thank you 2 the 60% of Canadians who voted 4 change. Sorry our electoral system was invented in the 19th c …
twitter (feed #11)
RT @gsiemens: Next election: October 19, 2015
twitter (feed #11)
Craptacular RT @michaelocc: RT @modernmod: The election Harper never wanted is the election he wanted. #elxn41
twitter (feed #11)
RT @anitahovey: FUCK RT @abc_now: Bye bye CBC, pensions, health care, environment… Hello war, jets, prisons, guns…#elxn41 #cdnpoli
twitter (feed #11)
RT @J_Lab: Harper broke election laws by Campaigning on the radio on election day http://pro.ps/03Keu #elxn41
twitter (feed #11)
RT @meslin: Dear Canada, You just got a Tory majority even though most Cdns didn’t want them. Here’s some recipes for change: http://tin
twitter (feed #11)
RT @pointandwrite: Conservatives are like Nickelback. I don’t know anyone who likes them but they always seem to do well. #elxn41
twitter (feed #11)
RT @NaheedMustafa: RT @CatToyOriginal Check who won your riding – http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/canadavotes2011/ – enter your postal c …
twitter (feed #11)
RT @maredubs: How much does the official opposition matter in a majority government situation? Serious question #elxn41
twitter (feed #11)
RT @snotforprofit: Damn you, first-past-the-post nonsense! RT @jgchesney: Conservatives have 40% of popular vote but 60% of ridings #elxn41
twitter (feed #11)
RT @NaomiAKlein: Hair-raising shock doctrine coming our way folks. Better to have NDP in opposition than Libs but real power will be in …
twitter (feed #11)
RT @DavePollard: Worst possible Canada election result — 39% conservative vote => 55% of seats and Harper can now impose draconian n …
twitter (feed #11)
Thinking I’ll need to give my young son a huge hug in the morning & begin his progressive political activism education… #elxn41
twitter (feed #11)
RT @ryanfeeley: It really burns me that I’m stuck with the government other people deserve.
twitter (feed #11)
RT @DavePollard: Apologies to Canadians not yet old enough to vote for what Harper is about to do to you for the next 4 years.
twitter (feed #11)
RT @MikeMarsman: To everyone who voted in #elxn41 for the 1st time: If the result didn’t go as you hoped, don’t leave defeated, but ener …
twitter (feed #11)
RT @IceSinghHNIC: No matter what the results are with #elxn41 – I’m always proud to be Canadian on election nights, where I’m allowed to …
twitter (feed #11)
RT @meslin: Dear Toronto, Conservatives won ten seats in our city, each with less than 50%. With runoff voting, they would have won one …
twitter (feed #11)
+ 1more RT @DoreenatDMS: +1 RT @NicolleWahl: I just want to say –before Harper slashes its funding–that I love the @CBC .
twitter (feed #11)
RT @unitedwayto: @unitedwayto, we’re also hiring for the position of Manager, Online Campaigns. Apply by May 13, 5 pm EST http://bit.ly/
twitter (feed #11)
Canadian Council for Refugees E-Chronicle Vol. 6 #2, 2 May 2011 http://ow.ly/4Mpdn #refugees #immigration via @ccrweb
The following two tabs change content below.

marco

Communications in social services/social change, immigration, diversity & inclusion in Toronto. Wannabe librarian, interested in nonprofit tech innovation.

Communications in social services/social change, immigration, diversity & inclusion in Toronto. Wannabe librarian, interested in nonprofit tech innovation.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Read previous post:
Maytree News headlines – May 3, 2011

IMMIGRATION / SETTLEMENT / DIVERSITY Real Inclusion, please and thank you, by Ratna (Maytree blog) Should we welcome all this...

Close