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Oct 3rd, 2015 by JLM
In every election since that idiot got in, voting from this area has become more and more complicated. This year, according to a first call to Elections Canada, there is no local polling station and they don't even have me assigned to the right riding -...
(by lone wolf)
Key exchanges in the French-language debate
Key exchanges in the French-language debate NDP Leader Tom Mulcair: "You've never met a war you didn't like. When the only tool is a hammer, all the problems seem like nails. You've just said the world is dangerous, but I don't think by adding more...
Ex-Caistor family face deportation from Canada - Peterborough Telegraph
Oct 2nd, 2015 by tay
ex-Quebec lieutenant-governor, to be sentenced in fraud case
Thibault is set to appear at the Quebec City courthouse this afternoon. The 76-year-old pleaded guilty last year to submitting expenses for travel, gifts, meals and events for herself and her family during her 10-year appointment. The Crown has...
Oct 1st, 2015 by Goober
So who will lead Canada's new minority govt.??
Appears Harper is slowly, ever so slowly taking the lead in seats. A minority is projected. CBC News | Ăric Grenier's Poll Tracker CPC NDP LIB BQ GRN OTH 30.7% 29.1% 30.8% 3.7% 4.8% 0.9% -0.6 +0.2 +0.5 +0.0 -0.2 +0.1 123 seats
Oct 1st, 2015 by B00Mer
Harper poised to throw rural farmers under the bus
Harper poised to sign Pacific Rim trade deal, putting safe rural ridings in play - The Globe and Mail Home - The Globe and Mail Apart from balancing the budget, the third Harper government has considered trade its highest priority. Thats why Stephen...
Oct 1st, 2015 by petros
Watching the debate now, - Mulcair sez he can stop ISIS with gun control ?!?!. Moderator asks Trudeau how he'd deal with Putin. Audience laughs. Priceless. Trudope counted on a big applause on his 'cancel-the-F35,more icebreakers'...
Alberta Premier Notley launches first major trade tour
Alberta Premier Notley launches first major trade tour Despite a collapse in oil prices and gloomy economic forecasts, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is embarking on her first major trip to drum up foreign investment and let investors know her...
Ontario Government Concealed Key Evidence
"Why did the McGuinty and later Premier Wynne's government apparently overrule their senior environmental reviewer? Ontario's Environmental Review Tribunal heard Friday for the first time that critical evidence concerning threatened or endangered...
Sep 29th, 2015 by Cliffy
Ezra Levant going after Jon Kay
former editor at NP and paid media party pundit, this dude was on shiny pony's payroll. story gets nice and juicy today. stay tuned for more but please take a few moments to scan Ezra's twitter feed to see what he discovered and who is now pissed off...
Another 50 million to be blown by Ontario Liberals
Ontario appears to have rejected the advice of its expert advisers and will make taxpayer-funded in-vitro fertilization treatment available to everyone regardless of age or other factors suggests a description of the new program obtained by the...
Sep 29th, 2015 by Locutus
Wynne-ers 'Laughing Stock' For Losing Millions On Sale
The derp and fail is strong in these arrogant pricks. TORONTO Newly released public documents show the Ontario government paid consultants and lawyers $6.5 million to advise them on the sale of a Crown agency that sold for only $6 million. The...
Ontario Deficit $2.2 Billion Lower Than Projected
While delivering more services than Harper. Ontario Deficit $2.2 Billion Lower Than Projected The Public Accounts of Ontario for 2014-15 show Ontario's deficit is $2.2 billion lower than projected in the 2014 Budget and $0.6 billion lower than...
Sep 28th, 2015 by Pearl
Tory senators blast NDP for advocating Senate abolition
Tory senators blast NDP for advocating Senate abolition Sen. Jean-Guy Dagenais on Friday became the second senator this week to join the fray, directly challenging a New Democrat MP for advocating abolition of the upper house in a flyer sent to her...
Carbon tax in Alberta should rise 70 per cent, report says
Do it Notley. Carbon tax in Alberta should rise 70 per cent, report says Jacking up Alberta's carbon tax is the best way to reduce the province's greenhouse gas emissions from power generation, says a government-funded analysis obtained by The...
Poll confirms we are becoming more socially progressive
So let's not let the curmudgeons use the economy as an excuse to hold us back. Poll suggests growing tolerance on key social issues Has Canada become more tolerant on hot-button issues? That’s what the results of a new Forum Research survey...
Sep 28th, 2015 by Pearl
Vote swapping: An emerging modern election tactic
Vote-swapping: An emerging modern election tactic Tight ridings have plenty to offer with the right strategy Claire Nielsen is offering a trade: She’ll (*gasp*) vote Liberal for you, if you’ll vote Green or NDP for her. Nielsen, a 21-year-old...
Sep 27th, 2015 by JLM
Tom Mulcair to announce national plan to limit greenhouse gases
Finally something important to talk about. Tom Mulcair to announce national plan to limit greenhouse gases NDP Leader Tom Mulcair today will flesh out his plans to create a national system to limit greenhouse gas emissions, CBC News has learned....
MacLeans: Judging HARPERNOMICS
What do economists know about the harperconomy anyway? Judging Harpernomics We asked three economists to judge Stephen Harper on his handling of the economy JIM STANFORD Conservatives traditionally claim they are the best economic managers,...
Sep 27th, 2015 by Pearl
Harper poised to appoint 18 Senators
Source: Harper poised to appoint 18 Senators Harper poised to appoint 18 Senators OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper is poised to name as many new senators as he can before Christmas, Canwest News Service has learned. There are 18 vacancies...
(by Ron in Regina)
Sep 27th, 2015 by Locutus
Breaking down the Liberal fiscal framework
David Akin breaks down Justin Trudeau's election promise to add $26.1 billion to the national debt. The Liberals presented their fiscal plan Saturday, outlining where a Justin Trudeau government would raise money, spend money and what kind of budget...
The two Suzukis
Theres Saint Suzuki, the one you see on CBC, and Secret Suzuki, the capitalist millionaire There are two David Suzukis. Most of us know one of the Suzukis. Lets call him Saint Suzuki. Thats the Suzuki whose TV show on the CBC constantly...
Justin plans to avoid unveiling of his economic platform cost
afraid of tough questions? TORONTO - Apparently Justin Trudeau was serious when he said during his recent disastrous television interview with CTV Atlantics Steve Murphy that the media could sit there with a calculator and figure out the cost of...
Sep 26th, 2015 by petros
Canada Finds Oil Route Around Obama
Keystone Be Darned: Canada Finds Oil Route Around Obama By Rebecca Penty, Hugo Miller, Andrew Mayeda and Edward Greenspon So youre the Canadian oil industry and you do what you think is a great thing by developing a mother lode of heavy...
What party would you most trust to revise the Constitution?
What party would you most trust to revise the Constitution? I was tempted to vote Libertarian, but then it would really depend on the individual candidates in each riding, so I chose other answer. But if I had to choose a party, maybe Libertarian...