Feb 29th, 2008
Jul 31st, 2018 by Hoid
Phoenix boondoggle surpasses $1 billion.
Cost of Phoenix federal payroll debacle surpasses $1B | CBC News Well that is quite a bot of money to spend in order to achieve a $70 million a year savings. Thanks cowboy!
Jul 29th, 2018 by Walter
Why Doug Trump and Donald Ford are cut from the same froth
Why Doug Trump and Donald Ford are cut from the same froth Ontarians who loathe Donald Trump are now liking Doug Ford. How to explain this apparent contradiction among voters reviling the U.S. president while reconciling themselves to the...
Jul 29th, 2018 by Hoid
BREAKING: Ontario PC Leader Slammed With Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Not reported just yet, but he's held an emergency meeting and more details to follow. Crazy scene where reporters are chasing after him to confirm details after his denial of the allegations. This will be a game changer. Ontario PC Leader...
Should Canada adopt the Red Ensign as a co-official civil flag?
The Maple-Leaf flag is now the official state flag of Canada and, in the absence of a different civil flag, has served as the civil flag of Canada too. While keeping the Maple-Leaf as its official state flag for official purposes, should Canada adopt...
Guess Who's Spreading FAKE NEWS?!
Danbones Alert! Danbones Alert! Doug Ford creates simulated news to counter media that ‘isn’t going to give us a fair shake’ Tom Blackwell May 3, 2018 7:10 AM EDT A microphone-toting reporter stands by the side of the road, her hair whipped by...
Ontario PC government cancels $100 million school repair fund
Mike Harris Part 2 and will be out just as quickly. Ontario PC government cancels $100 million school repair fund TORONTO -- Ontario's new Tory government has cancelled a $100-million fund earmarked for school repairs this year, a cut that comes...
Jul 20th, 2018 by Hoid
Canadian military an unknown
Canadians ask of their military: Who are you? What do you do? | CBC News Recent research (commissioned by the Canadian military)reveals that the average Canadian has very little awareness of what the Canadian military is or what it does. As this...
Where are the moderators in this forum?
Are there no moderators to this forum? I've complained several times about a racist comment that clearly breaks the forums rules and every shred of human decency that we should have for each other's skin color. As of this moment, I still have not...
Ford Gubmint Flip Flops on Sex Ed
Identity politics? WUH OH Ontario Tory minister flip-flops on sex-ed curriculum stance Ontario's education minister went back and forth Monday on just what students will learn while her government scraps the province's modernized sex-ed...
Trudeau to Ford: 'You're kinda dumb'
Trudeau suggests Ford doesn't understand refugee obligations after premier says Ottawa should pay for 'mess' TORONTO Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is suggesting Ontarios new premier doesnt...
Harper was right.
HARPER WAS RIGHT. 15 December at 6:30AM Harper was RIGHT! He was right on the Liberal taxation plan, He was right about the Islamic State, He was right about Rachel Notley and the Alberta NDP, He was right about the refugees,
Jul 13th, 2018 by Hoid
bank rate up .25%
Canada raised the key rate .25% again today (now 1.5)in an attempt to ...? Government bonds are still paying about .8% ? The looming trade war is going to hurt our economy, and while I support the governments attempt to get out of the free market...
Patrick Brown to Doug Ford: You Squandered Your Lead
Fooooor the peeeeople Patrick Brown says he's not to blame for Doug Ford's campaign woes He's not the party leader anymore. He's not even running for a seat. But former Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown's name keeps popping...
Jul 10th, 2018 by petros
Criminal trial of former Harper aide Bruce Carson starts Sept. 14
The trial of a former senior adviser to Prime Minister Stephen Harper has been pushed back to Sept. 14, according to an Ottawa court official. Bruce Carson, who was once an acting chief of staff in the Prime Ministers Office, was scheduled to stand...
Trudeau spotted jogging SHIRTLESS in Toronto
Prime Minister Trudeau spotted jogging in Toronto Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been spotted shirtless in public again when he went for a jog in Toronto on Thursday. Following a meeting...
Phoenix Pay System boobdoggle
Read'em and weep white nats. The signature Harper boondoggle just will not go down. Year after year the idiocy keeps going strong,...
Jul 6th, 2018 by pgs
Ontario Leading the Country in Job Numbers
Must be those minimum wage increases. Ontario: 35,000. Saskatchewan: 8,300. Manitoba: 4,100. The monthly figure came in well ahead of the 20,000 new jobs that economists had been expecting. ...
Jul 5th, 2018 by JLM
Harper blindsides TRudeau
Breaking News Harper blindsides Trudeau PMO, plans visit to White House Former prime minister Stephen Harper is planning a trip to the White House next week, and hasn't notified the current Canadian government of his visit, CTV News has...
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Trudeau Reviewing $420M Transfer Payments to Ontario
Trudeau government reviewing $420 million in transfer payments to Ontario after Doug Ford begins 'orderly wind-down' of green programs By Steph Wechsler in News, Energy, Politics July 3rd 2018 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government says it's...
Thoughts on an International-Harmonization Act?
At present, Canada's word means little on the world stage. We are NATO members who do not fulfill our NATO obligations. We are still signatories to the International Convention on civil and Political Rights even though the UNHCR has repeatedly criticized...
CP24 calls it.
The Mask Gets Ripped Off Yet Another Carbon Tax Lie
The nationally vaunted revenue-neutral B.C. carbon tax has finally taken off its mask. It is now just another bare-faced tax grab designed to pinch money from residents wallets and plunk it into government coffers. The new B.C. government made...
Jul 3rd, 2018 by Walter
"Our dependency on oil should be broken by 2020."
Not a new article or concept by any means, but I was just wondering how soon we would be able to rid of our dependency on this type of resource. Sweden looks to be the first oil-free nation by 2020... Sweden plans to be world's first oil-free...
Jun 29th, 2018 by Mowich
Doug Ford Skips Pride Parade
Despite the nonsense which comes from the LBGTQ community, I believe Ford should have attended. He's going to be the Premier of everyone, and I think that would have been a good signal to send. Thoughts?
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Make Ontario Great Again................
Oh EagleCrack (wave) down 32 lbs. ;)
Hey man, how's it hanging these days.. As of Feb 25th, 2018 I have lost 32 lbs. I still have 70 lbs. of fat to go and 30 pound of muscle to build up to erase 25 years of abuse to my body as a truck driver.. ...
Harper bailout loan bad debt
Federal government quietly writes off loan Trudeau government has written off over a billion dollars in loans to the auto sector, which have been past due since 2010. Apparently they have just decided to give up on GM and Chrysler ever paying back...
Trump tariff tirade has MPs united across party lines, urging calm
Trump tariff tirade has MPs united across party lines, urging calm OTTAWA Canadas House of Commons stood Monday in defiance of Donald Trump, denouncing his name-calling tirade against Justin Trudeau and endorsing the prime ministers firm response...
Jun 26th, 2018 by Hoid
McCain / Palin's final nail in their coffins:
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin waves to supporters after a ribbon cutting ceremony at The Michael T. George Center, a community center for the disabled in North Olmsted, Ohio Friday,...
Doug Ford Loses Billions in First Policy Blunder
Ford: The Budget Will Balance Itself Billions of dollars in limbo as incoming Ontario premier vows to nix cap-and-trade The cancellation of Ontario's cap-and-trade system could leave billions of dollars in carbon credits in limbo and consumers on...
Yazidi woman sees former owner on bus in London, Ontario
Barbara Kay: The Yazidis are in danger of extinction and Ottawa's stopped helping Nada survived sexual slavery at the hands of ISIL. Recently, in Ontario, she recognized the man who'd enslaved her in Iraq. What's he doing here? ...
Jun 25th, 2018 by Walter
Why Are There Religious Rights?
Why do we still have religious rights today? I understand the purpose for the most part, to prevent discrimination against people because of their religion. But this has been turned into an excuse for religious people to discriminate against others for...
Jun 24th, 2018 by gopher
Canadians overwhelmingly disapprove of Donald Trump
Canadians overwhelmingly disapprove of Donald Trump, poll says Four out of five Canadians disapprove of U.S. President Donald Trump in the wake of an escalating trade war with Canada, a new poll has found. The Campaign Research survey also found 72...