Category Archives: Politics

La soirée électorale

Sorry to my English friends that I never got to translating that one. If you are interested, let me know and I’ll make an extra effort. Il s’est passé énormément de choses hier soir. Certaines positives, d’autres tout simplement horribles. … Continue reading

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L’état de la scène politique québécoise

Et merde! Pour plusieurs, je n’ai pas besoin d’en ajouter. La souveraineté est revenue de force dans les sujets de discussion. Tous les partis majeurs qui se présentent ont un agenda ultimement souverainiste sauf deux: les Libéraux et le parti … Continue reading

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Why politics matter to me

I’m back! I finally decided to break the blogging hiatus for a number a reasons, the most important being that there are so many interesting things going on in science and Canadian politics nowadays that the urge to blog is … Continue reading

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La manifestation étudiante au Québec

Je viens tout juste d’annoncer que je prenais une pause, mais je ne peux pas repousser davantage le billet que j’avais l’intention d’écrire à propos de la situation au Québec. Pour ceux qui ne seraient pas au courant, (je ne … Continue reading

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Political collective memory in Canada

Political collective memory is a concept that’s been on my mind a lot lately. The reason? Besides from a purely academic interest, I am genuinely fearful of where Stephen Harper and his Conservatives are taking Canada. I am having an … Continue reading

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RWA in the shadows of SOPA/PIPA

There have been a fantastic awareness campaign online about the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA). Wikipedia led a blackout campaignwhich was joined by a large number of famous websites and blogs. However, there is … Continue reading

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Top 3 most important books of 2011

Happy new year everyone! I took an extra week from blogging as the start of 2012 has been a bit of a frenzy. I travelled back to Europe with a cold and then I delivered a chaotic update on my … Continue reading

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