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It is easy to say, as I do, that we have given up on privacy and that everything we do is being recorded and stored by Big Data. But that misses the point, which is that we were never given the choice, write Heather Mallick.

It is easy to say, as I do, that we have given up on privacy and that everything we do is being recorded and stored by Big Data, writes Heather Mallick. But that misses the point, which is that we were never given the choice.

Albertans are entitled to feel betrayed, but the right-wing provincial government caving to oil companies has been the theme music for the local oil industry since it began, and especially in the extraction of the tarsands, writes Heather Mallick.

#ICYMI : Jason Kenney's budget explicitly discourages innovation by ending support for startups, writes Heather Mallick.

It is easy to say, as I do, that we have given up on privacy and that everything we do is being recorded and stored by Big Data, writes Heather Mallick. But that misses the point, which is that we were never given the choice.

It is easy to say, as I do, that we have given up on privacy and that everything we do is being recorded and stored by Big Data, writes Heather Mallick. But that misses the point, which is that we were never given the choice.

It is easy to say, as I do, that we have given up on privacy and that everything we do is being recorded and stored by Big Data, writes Heather Mallick. But that misses the point, which is that we were never given the choice.

#ICYMI : Jason Kenney's budget explicitly discourages innovation by ending support for startups, writes Heather Mallick.

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney blames Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for Encana's U.S. move and rebrand to Ovintiv. But Kenney should look in the mirror and at portraits of every premier before him, writes Heather Mallick.

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney blames Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for Encana's U.S. move and rebrand to Ovintiv. But Kenney should look in the mirror and at portraits of every premier before him, writes Heather Mallick.

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Jason Kenney is not an achiever like Rachel Notley or Peter Lougheed. He is a complainer. No one complains as much as Kenney. Heather Mallick:

Heather Mallick: If you don’t vote, you are a lousy citizen and every time you complain in the next four years, you will know in your heart that you are the person decency forgot.

Careful how you vote in Canada’s federal election on Monday, especially if you’re young and female. You are vulnerable. Think strategically, writes Heather Mallick:

We need a prime minister who can cope with this unravelling man. Without question that is Justin Trudeau but I’m not optimistic about his chances of keeping Trump civil or even tolerable, writes Heather Mallick.

By electing Kenney, at the absurd end of the extreme right — just as Ontario did with Doug Ford — they voted against common sense, writes Heather Mallick.

Should the Conservatives win election by courting climate ignorance and spite, they will kill carbon pricing and huddle in the basement.They will freeze out refugees fleeing war. They will weaponize quiet racism and make us more American. Heather Mallick:

#TrudeauCried , as started by a Toronto Sun columnist, is a new low. The list began with Trudeau crying at his father's funeral. Then at Auschwitz. Then at the Quebec mosque shooting victims' funerals. Even Fox News rarely goes this far, Heather Mallick:

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