Esquimalt -- Juan de Fuca

Liberal MP Keith Martin not running in next election.

According to a Postmedia News article on Canada.com, "Liberal MP Keith Martin added to the growing list of politicians abandoning Parliament Hill Tuesday when he announced he will not run again in the next election."

See: Statement by Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff on Dr. Keith Martin, MP

The 57 Ridings that can Change Election's Outcome

Hill Times journalists Abbas Rana, Simon Doyle and Harris MacLeod have assembled a list of 57 ridings in British Columbia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec, where the parties won or lost by a margin of about five per cent or less in the last federal election. This is a superset of what Michael Geist called the Copyright MPs which won their riding by 10 percent or less in the last election and their riding is home to a university.

Michael Geist: The Copyright MPs

Michael Geist has identified a group of 27 MPs (nine percent of all MPs) who share two key attributes - they won their riding by 10 percent or less in the last election and their riding is home to a university. The combination is important since it is these MPs - not the very safe Jim Prentice - who will face the consequences of the Prentice bill that will harm a generation well versed in digital technologies, social networks, and the Internet.

Parliamentary week in review: Nov 19-23, Nov 26-30

Previous reviews: Nov 13-16, Oct 29-Nov2.

Nothing interesting to report for the week of November 19-23.

November 27, 2007

A motion was moved that the first report of the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage, tabled on Wednesday, November 21, 2007, be concurred in. This suggested that changes to the Broadcasting Policy for Canada or the Canadian Telecommunications Policy be first put before the House through the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage for its consideration.

Stop the erosion of Canadian sovereignty.

(Editor: Moved from being an off-topic comment to another entry to being a separate blog entry)

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Election 2006: Esquimalt -- Juan de Fuca

Election 2006: Please add comments to discuss riding specific activities, links to candidate information, etc.

Incumbent information


Esquimalt–Juan de Fuca / Esquimalt–Juan de Fuca
MP: Hon. Keith Martin (Parliamentary Internet)

CIPPIC replies: Esquimalt--Juan de Fuca Green Party candidate

Received from Dr. Jane Sterk:

;:My answers are found below. I apologize for the delay.

;:/Jane Sterk
;:Green Party Candidate
;:Esquimalt - Juan de Fuca

Questions:

Music File-sharing: What is your position on the issue of file-sharing in Canada--should it be illegal?

;:Answer: I am of mixed mind on the issue on several fronts. I am not in favour of criminalizing more and more behaviours because I believe this is not the best means for challenging behaviours that might be unacceptable. As well, it leaves us open to what is happening in the States where one of the few growth industries is privately owned and operated prisons with increasing populations because more and more commonly occurring behaviours are being declared crimes.

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