Feb 29th, 2008
This problem could be solved with a one-way bus ticket to B.C. eh
Tension rises over homeless camp in Saskatoon With nowhere else to go, a Saskatoon teen has called a makeshift camp on the bank of the South Saskatchewan River home for months. He goes by the name T-Bone and says he knows he's breaking a city...
The fall of Justin Trudeau
Justin Trudeau is now experiencing a common trait of political journalism in Canada. It is, as the Toronto Suns late, great Peter Worthington used to say, that the media are either...
Oct 25th, 2015 by Cliffy
Alberta begins diversifying it's economy
A better economy. Brought to you by the NDP. Premier Rachel Notley creates new economic development ministry Alberta Premier Rachel Notley shuffled her cabinet Thursday and created a new department to co-ordinate efforts to diversify the...
Oct 25th, 2015 by Locutus
Alberta to Table Largest Deficit in Provinceís History
#wetoldyouso Albertans, you broke it, you bought it, as they say.The collapse of crude oil prices that had former Progressive Conservative premier Jim Prentice warning Albertans to brace for a $7-billion hole in provincial revenues will result in...
Hearing opens in First Nation fraud case
A former finance director of the Sipeknekatik band appeared in Halifax provincial court Thursday for a preliminary inquiry on seven criminal charges. Jeffrey Cecil Hayes, 60, of Halifax is charged with fraud over $5,000, theft over $5,000, breach...
For Wynne, Trudeauís ascent also a victory for Ontario
For Wynne, Trudeau’s ascent also a victory for Ontario Never before have the provincial and federal platforms been so closely aligned – they are almost interchangeable, notes a senior Wynne official, on a number of issues, including values, family, the...
Oct 25th, 2015 by tay
Video: World media zeroes in on Trudeauís good looks
Video: World media zeroes in on Trudeaus good looks The soon-to-be Prime Minister is making headlines for his looks, not his policies. Oct 21, 2015, 8:12 PM CityNews CFTR - Main Video Gallery player - GRCN Redesign 2015 at...
Oct 24th, 2015 by AnnaG
Trudeauís ambitious Syrian refugees pledge unrealistic
TORONTO In the federal election campaign, Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party made a bold promise if elected: 25,000 refugees from Syria would be admitted to Canada by next January. Canada can and should be directly doing more, Trudeau said...
Restoring Canada Starts With Reinstating the Long-Form Census
Restoring Canada Starts With Reinstating the Long-Form Census Canadians from small and large towns alike would like to count on Justin Trudeau, the prime minister-designate, to restore the count. Canadians have gifted an overwhelming mandate to Mr....
Will the Liberals return as the Natural Governing Party?
Well, they were out from 2006 to 2015, and, if they win tomorrow, they would just have been out for 9 years, the way Mulroney put them out for 9 years. I thought they were done for, until Harper revived them with his attitude and policies.
Mr. Wynne threatens to dock teacher pay
All they are doing is hurting kids to keep up the pretense. So much grandstanding as she will give them what they want plus more under the table. ...
Oct 23rd, 2015 by MHz
Trudeauís promises to aboriginal people feared to be unachievable
Justin Trudeau has made some big promises to Canadas indigenous peoples, and the head of the Assembly of First Nations says he is anxious to get working with the incoming Liberal government to see those commitments realized. But critics say some...
Oct 23rd, 2015 by Locutus
Which News Org won the Election?
because canadaland has proven itself a pretty nifty site. SHORT CUTS #42 - Which News Org won the Election? | CANADALAND #mediaparty
Oct 22nd, 2015 by Mowich
The pollsters were correct
Don't pay attention to polls! The only one that matters is the election! I like the CPC so stop hurting our chances by looking at these polls! Whatever your excuse was before the election, you can be rest assured that it was verifiably wrong.
Oct 22nd, 2015 by AnnaG
Liberal success good news for Alberta
Liberal success good news for Alberta Whether you were happy or disheartened with the federal election results in Alberta, one pollster says the election of four Liberals in Edmonton and Calgary will likely be good news for the province. Polling...
Toronto working with UK over new transit plan
John Tory to declare Toronto under new management to U.K. leaders Toronto Mayor John Tory will travel to London next week to study the citys massive Crossrail transit project a $27-billion rail expansion that serves as the basis for his own...
Oct 22nd, 2015 by pgs
Thoughts On The New Government
The people have made their choice and there's nothing left to do but hope for the best. That's the way it works. I guess change for the sake of change is the order of the day. I didn't think Canadians had it so bad; I pretty much liked Canada the way...
Trudeau promised to kill FPTP by next election
And he better ****ing deliver. Trudeau announces plan to kill first-past-the-post by the next election OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau wants this fall’s national vote to be the last federal election conducted under the first-past-the-post electoral...
Oct 22nd, 2015 by Cliffy
Which election promises will be kept?
1. Raising taxes 2. Carbon tax will be implemented 3. Reduce child benefits 4. Less income-splitting 5. Deficits for years to come
Oct 22nd, 2015 by tay
The Harper Campaign Trail Has A Message For You
Conservative spokesman Kory Teneycke (former Sun Media VP) said Friday that only invited guests will be allowed at each and every event over the expected 11-week campaign. You need to have been invited and if you dont have a ticket youre not getting...
Oct 21st, 2015 by AnnaG
Some Political Humour
A History Lesson: "For those that don't know about history ... Here is a condensed version. Humans originally existed as members of small bands of nomadic hunters/gatherers. They lived on deerin the mountains during the summer and would go...
Oct 21st, 2015 by Twila
And in B.C.
CBC News Alerts Verified account @CBCAlerts #BC's top court: Homeless have right to sleep...
Tory Attack Ads making people vote Liberal
Why the Tories’ latest attack ads aren’t working These are difficult days for the Harper Conservatives. They have suffered second place in the polls behind the Liberals for...
Oct 21st, 2015 by JLM
Should Canada promote friendlier relations with Russia?
I'll admit that I like Russia's style. Soft-spoken, friendly, competent, trustworthy, respectful of international law (or can at least overwhelmingly win a referendum when it doesn't), and doesn't fight a war it doesn't know with certainty beforehand that...
Trudeau, Obama commit to deepening Canada-U.S. relationship
Trudeau, Obama commit to deepening Canada-U.S. relationship U.S. President Barack Obama phoned prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau Tuesday afternoon, congratulated him on leading his party to an election victory and teased him about his hair or...
election terms, voting, etc.
for municipal, provincial, and federal elections, I would like to see the election terms in increased from 4 years to 5 years. I would also like to see internet voting. :) :cool: