----Videos Worth Watching----

You might be amused by this Fair Vote video in which 6 people vote on the kind of pizzas to buy.

First Past the Pizza
The debate in the House on the Canadian mission in Syria.

Watch it here.
Mary Walsh on Bill C51

"Until the Prime Minister started all his panic-pushing, dread-inducing, fear-mongering about the great evil that has descended upon our world! Oh, Stephen, fear-mongering, democracy-destroying, robo-calling, science-suppressing, wife-oppressing, media-muzzling, parole-preventing…" 
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Naomi Klein on our ecological crisis
Sept 2014
Latest Book: "This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate"

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Leadnow History:  
A short video to explain where Leadnow comes from and where it is headed.

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Neil Young blasts tar sands & Harper government

Speaking at  Massey Hall.

Watch him speak here.  15 min
Neil Young on Q here  1 min 24 sec
 Professor Dayna Scott on the environment here. 13 min
CBC  The Silence of the Labs
The Fifth Estate January 9, 2014
In the past few years, the federal government has cut funding to hundreds of research institutes and programs. Now some scientists have become unlikely radicals - denouncing what they call a politically-driven war on knowledge.

To watch the program, click here.
Ted Talks
In the past 40 years, great global migrations have changed the demographic, socioeconomic and cultural landscapes of Canada. The Central and Eastern Canadian influences that once drove the politics of our country have changed. And the many Canadians who are unaware that this has happened are at risk of being left behind if they fail to recognize and respond to the new normal. 
     Watch as Darrell Bricker, CEO of Ipsos Public Affairs, uses research and statistics to help show how Canada is in flux, and how we must alter our perceptions about this shift.

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Science and Democracy by Lee Smolin

Democracy is a process of continual evaluation by which we humans act to organize our continually evolving networks of relationships.

Now, if you think about democracy from this perspective, a new pluralistic notion of democracy would be one that recognizes that there are many different interests, many different agendas, many different individuals, many different points of view. Each one is incomplete, because you’re embedded in a network of relationships. Any actor in a democracy is embedded in a network of relationships. And you understand some things better than other things, and because of that there’s a continual jostling and give and take, which is politics. And politics is, in the ideal sense, the way in which we continually address our network of relations in order to achieve a better life and a better society.
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