Feb 29th, 2008
It will on tonight in English on CTV at 8 p.m. ET, Tuesday, June 15. They say 1/3 of voters can still be swayed, so we'll see how they all perform tonight. I only watched some of the French debate, so the English one should be good. I can still be...
Article in local paper
A letter to the editor says something like this ... Cretien has stepped aside with perfect timing ... created a cauldron of hate and dodged the bullet .... granted himself a generous pension and left Martin and the liberals to bear the brunt of voters...
Numure, I hope you don't mind you singling you out, but you do have this guy's picture, complete with creepy eyes, as your signature. I just finished watching the English debate. Last night I watched the French one. I'm an anglophone, a western...
(by Reverend Blair)
Jun 15th, 2004 by Numure
Canada: Why not vote for the Conservatives?
Here is an article that was pasted on the front page that I would like to repond to. "Note that their "solution" to the problem includes, among other things, creating more bureaucracy and...
Jun 14th, 2004 by vista
What about the Green Party?
Well, I don't have a CAP candidate and I don't like Jack Layton or a bunch of other NDP's so ... I actually must go read about the Green Party again. Don't remember what I didn't like. What do you think of them?
Jun 14th, 2004 by vista
Who are you voting for this election?
I know it is a personal opinion, folks. But everybody here seems content with the political party they support so what is it? I am teedering on the Bloc and Liberals. I don't like Paul Martin so it may as well be the bloc, not because i support...
Jun 13th, 2004 by Numure
I JUST MET HARPER!!!!
I can't belief I just met the future Prime Minister!! He was very cool! Pretty Tall to. He had really big body guards. I shoke his hand, and he asked me how I was doing. I will always remember that!
(by Koga Ringo)
Jun 12th, 2004 by Dingbat
Conservatives are ahead in CPAC polls
Tuesday, June 08 2004 @ 01:20 PM MDT Contributed by: Jim Callaghan CPAC has nightly polls done by Nik Nanos at SES Research. This is as of last night. The "Cons" are leading !! ***********************
Jun 12th, 2004 by Numure
Notwithstanding Clause (for people that arent familiar)
You may have heard this term used a lot in Canadian politics, so I found something that might help clarify from Wikipedia. Basically what it's surrounding is the same-sex marriage rubbish going on with the conservative party and Alberta!! ...
Jun 12th, 2004 by Numure
Hello Minority Government
Well, we might as well say hello to a minority government now! Whether it's liberal or conservative, it's probably going to happen. Will the Bloc actually alliance with the Conservatives? Will the NDP alliance with the Liberals? I think the Bloc is...
Tiny Minority Attempts to Decide Canada's Future
Original article at Tiny Minority Attempts to Decide Canada's Future -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- By Roy Whyte April 14, 2004 (CDM / CC)...
Confident Harper talks majority
Confident Harper talks majority By JANE TABER From Friday's Globe and Mail Toronto Stephen Harper has begun to talk publicly about forming a majority government, suggesting for the first time Thursday that his Conservatives would deliver a...
Jun 10th, 2004 by LuShes
Should Canada Fund this Cure for Cancer???
For those of you who don't know very much about stem cell research it has been a controvercial issue (particularly in the United States) for some time. It is controvercial for two reasons 1. The research uses human embryos which many poeple concider to be...
Jun 10th, 2004 by LuShes
Yeah what do you think about the army of ours ? The government wants to buy tanks ..and they have submarine buyed to England , they are in docks and not moving an inch ..and they are outdated since 20 years !! ...Did you know that Canada had the...
Reverend Blairs AWSOME QUIZ!!!
Dont know who you're voting for??? Reverend Blair said: I tried it, it was really good, i got: Layton - 100 Duceppe - 75
More confused than ever
I was already confused about the upcoming election. The left seems right and the right seems left. According to popular opinion each candidate is a liar, rogue or scoundrel... each in his own way. Then I followed a click-through of Blair's and did a...
Young Canadians NOT voting
Getting young Canadians to vote Most young Canadians are not participating in the democratic process. Reforming electoral laws is not a complete answer, but it could represent an important step towards reversing the trend. Bill C-24, an Act...
Jun 5th, 2004 by Lisa
Foreign Policy Survey
Hello, I am a Dutch student of English in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. I am doing a piece of research about the foreign policies of Canada and the US. For a survey I need some Canadians/ Americans. I have searched for them at my university but i can't...
Jun 4th, 2004 by Numure
I hope You guys will try this!!!!
I am an 18 year old University student who goes to York. I am currently volunteering at a local high school helping to teach a civics class. I came across the Youth Text 2004 campaign and decided it would be a fun way to get the young kids involved in...
The 100 years war is not over !
Yeah it seems so ! French and Enlish people fought for over well let me guess..400 years maybe..and do not have learned yet We have the chance here in Canada to have 2 of teh greatest cultures of the world..2 ancient power and i am sure that if...
Jun 3rd, 2004 by Stretch
The Election, Democracy, & You
THE ELECTION, DEMOCRACY & YOU ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (A) Politics, Who Cares? - Editorial (B) Where to get started? (C) About PlanetVote Canada ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (A) POLITICS, WHO CARES?...
Jun 3rd, 2004 by gnuman
Here's something for ya: Voters doubting Martin's leadership
Voters doubting Martin's leadership 49% say he hasn't shown he deserves top job, poll says But PM seen as more likely to fulfill promises SUSAN DELACOURT OTTAWA BUREAU CHIEF OTTAWACanadian voters have more doubts about Prime Minister Paul...
Jun 2nd, 2004 by Numure
From Google News at Daily Gleaner | E-Brief As published on page A1/A2 on June 1, 2004 Conservatives gaining Harper could achieve minority government ...
Jun 1st, 2004 by Numure
Canadian Content ???
Well...The only language used in that forum seems to be English..and Since the province of Quebec is part of it..Why no ones here use a single word of french ?? That s disgust me..I speak both languages but as i can see in this Canadian(?) forum..the...
PolCanada- A new canadian political simulator
Hi, There is a online simulation of the Canadian Parliament being started online. The game is very similar to PolUk if anyone is familiar with that. We have just started up, and we need some players, please come and have a look, we're an...
May 29th, 2004 by Andem
Independence of Quebec for English speakers
We are a few Quebecers who built a Website for English speakers wishing to know more about Quebec's independence movement. The address is: Feedback is more than welcomed. If you come across spelling mistakes,...
I totally dont understand what the relationship between demonstration and human right and Dalai Lama is. Many visitors prior to the year 1959 report that dictatorial decisions, the arbitrary use of power, brainwashing and paranoid belief in demons,...
May 25th, 2004 by Numure
For the love of god DO NOT vote for Stephen Harper.
Stephan Harper will ruin Canada. I actively watch whats goin on in the house of commons and i've seen how many times Stephen Harper has come accross as a mentally delayed child. I can't believe the support my fellow country men are giving him and the...
Three people captured in regards to school firebombing
As the news hit across Canada that they were looking for the peopel responsible for firebombing an elementary school library in Montreal, so far police have captured 3 people responisble for this heinous act. There might be a few more people who also...
May 25th, 2004 by Andem
Harper's moderate formula
Harper's moderate formula Terence Corcoran National Post Saturday, May 15, 2004 Conservative Party leader Stephen Harper in Toronto Friday. (CP/ Derek Oliver)
Catch Roy Whyte of Canadian Democratic Movement on CBC
According to Elections Canada, barely 25 percent of young electors (aged 18-24) exercised their right to vote in the 2000 federal election. When Prime Minister Paul Martin finally calls an election in 2004, will anyone care? Watch Screw the Vote...
Senate committee recommends legalizing pot Canada should legalize marijuana use for anyone over 16 and offer amnesty for those convicted of pot possession, a Senate committee recommended Wednesday. The committee would like to see Ottawa regulate...
May 21st, 2004 by Andem
I'm outraged! Ontario, Liberals bring back health premium
Liberals bring back health premium FROM CANADIAN PRESS A solemn Liberal election pledge to freeze taxes and balance Ontario's books was shunted aside today in a provincial budget that taps taxpayers for $9 billion over four years to finance a...
May 13th, 2004 by tekaos
Demcracy in Action - BC Union and non-Union unite
Monday will see the province of BC shut down. Unions from all corners are going to walk in a show of support of the HEU. This is democracy in action. This is people power and the government should beware. In fact all right leaning governments in...
May 12th, 2004 by Numure
A New Immigration Act For Canada?
A New Immigration Act For Canada? By James E. Turner, Barrister and Solicitor Introduction A new Canada Immigration Act, the first entirely new statute since 1978, will become law in the next few months. At present, the new Immigration Act is...
Lockheed Martin Census
You guys might remember the Lockheed Martin census thing. The first test is going to be run soon. You can find ways to oppose it at Vive le Canada Do your part...tell Paul Martin and Lockheed Martin that foreign killers will not have access to your...
(by Reverend Blair)
May 4th, 2004 by Numure
Views of Bloc Québécois
Let's just forget about the whole seperatist thing for a moment and focus on the actual politics of the Bloc Québécois... I have been reading their web site (only available in French) and noticed some similarities in some articles that I've seen on these...
Team Martin drops ball in Quebec
Team Martin drops ball in Quebec CHANTAL HÉBERT When it comes to finding their way to Quebecers' votes, it seems Paul Martin and his brain trust might as well be lost in the wilderness without a compass. Judging from the Liberal pre-election ads,...
Apr 13th, 2004 by Andem
Three Strikes, Is FTAA NAFTA-Expansion Out?
Latest Meeting to Revive Free Trade Area of the Americas Collapses in Buenos Aires; Late-April Puebla Negotiations Canceled; 2005 Deadline in Jeopardy Statement by Lori Wallach, Director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch This is the third...
Quebec ad firms not equipped for war on terror
Quebec ad firms not equipped for war on terror LINWOOD BARCLAY (The Toronto Star) The federal Liberals are starting to think maybe, just maybe, it was a mistake to turn the war on terrorism over to Liberal-friendly firms and Quebec advertising...