Feb 29th, 2008
Sep 23rd, 2015 by Cliffy
Why the elites hate Harper
If anybody tells you the federal election going on right now is just a regular run-of-the-mill political contest between rival parties, dont believe it. In fact, this election is actually nothing less than a full-blown cultural war. Or at...
Harper 'playing a very divisive game' with niqabs, Mulcair says
Get in there ye ol stockers! Harper 'playing a very divisive game' with niqabs, Mulcair says Stephen Harper is "playing a very divisive game" with his government's effort to impose a ban on niqabs during the citizenship oath, NDP Leader Tom...
Alberta's Notley government releases political staffers' salaries
I can't WAIT to see the conbot spin on this one. Alberta's Notley government releases political staffers' salaries The NDP government posted the employment contracts of over 90 political staffers online on Friday. "Alberta's new government is...
Another NDP candidate outed for her online comments
Most Canadians know surprisingly little about their candidates for officeespecially how they think and act when in private. Thats why The True North Times investigated NDP Candidate Alex Johnstone, to get a better feel for how the NDP candidate for ...
The solution to Canada's flat economy is cheaper daycare
An article about the economy that actually makes sense. Why cheap daycare is the answer to Canadas stagnating economy Canada tends to leave its machismo on the ice. Our country generally ranks highly on measures of gender balance. The gap between...
Trudeau contradicts himself on costing in CTV interview
In the same sentence no less. NDP press secretary James Valcke released a Vine of Trudeau and described the leader as contradicting himself in six seconds. “We have a full costing coming out, no we, we’re the first that put out a fully costed...
Niqab-ban case has cost government $257,000 so far
And worth every penny. Niqab-ban case has cost government $257,000 so far The government has so far spent at least $257,000 on its legal fight to prevent would-be Canadians from taking the oath of citizenship while wearing face coverings. The...
Canadians say rich should pay more tax
Canadians overwhelmingly believe corporations and the wealthy should pay more tax, but they're split over major economic initiatives such as building more oil pipelines, according to the latest results from Vote Compass, CBC's online voter engagement...
Sep 19th, 2015 by CDNBear
OECD slashes estimate of Canadian growth to 1.1% in 2015
OECD slashes estimate of Canadian growth to 1.1% in 2015 The OECD has lowered its estimate for Canada's economic growth this year to 1.1 per cent revised downward from its June estimate of 1.5 per cent as global growth stagnates. Its June...
Trudeau in trouble in Papineau riding
Trudeau in trouble in Papineau riding A new poll indicates that Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau could be in danger of losing his seat in Parliament. Trudeau has represented the Montreal, Que., riding of Papineau since 2008. According to the CROP...
Prez of Gun Group says CONS Lied to Him
The president of the National Firearms Association says the Conservative government offered to make changes to its gun licensing bill if the NFA held its fire on the controversial bill C-51, then reneged on the agreement. Sheldon Clare, who is running...
Sep 17th, 2015 by cribone
Supreme Court dismisses Harper's appeal as Niqab ban deemed Unlawful
Harper breaking laws again? Shocking. Court dismisses federal appeal over niqab at citizenship ceremonies | National Newswatch National Newswatch Zunera Ishaq talks to reporters outside the Federal Court of Appeal after her case was heard on...
Sep 17th, 2015 by JLM
Conservative senator arrested for assault, crack possession
Patrick Brazeau arrested for assault, cocaine, threats A day before a trial date was to be set for his 2013 assault case, Patrick Brazeau was arrested Wednesday night for an alleged incident of domestic violence. The suspended Conservative senator...
Sep 16th, 2015 by Wagner
CBC reporter finds himself unwillingly 'Liking' the Conservatives
When asked, the Liberals, NDP and Greens firmly denied that they would ever buy Facebook Likes stolen from Canadians with malware.The Conservatives said it was 'an internal party matter' and refused to answer any more questions. Third-party websites or...
NDP to deliver 4 surpluses and pay for campaign promises
Boom. NDP predicts four surpluses; health care, foreign aid details pending OTTAWA The federal NDP says it will be able to run four years of budget surpluses and still pay for billions in campaign promises by increasing corporate tax rates. ...
Sep 16th, 2015 by eh1eh
Harperman THE SONG
This is a gem that should be in the Top 40.
Steven Harper is Sending in the Troops to Vancouver !
Ottawa orders pot dispensaries to close, threatens to send in the Mounties There are two of those places within a block of my house but neither seems to do much business maybe this will bring some excitement into the stores!
(by bill barilko)
Canada is headed in the wrong direction, majority says
Canada is headed in the wrong direction, majority says in poll Support for Prime Minister Stephen Harpers government is dropping sharply, according to a new poll showing a majority of Canadians believe the country is headed in the wrong direction. ...
It's time to do something REAL about the economy
Making money in a cashless world While in developed countries money has been digital for some time, for the rest of the world cash is still the undisputed king. Globally 85 per cent of consumer transactions are done with cold hard cash, whereas in...
Sep 15th, 2015 by JLM
Ottawa posts $1.9B surplus for fiscal 2014-2015
Ottawa posts $1.9B surplus for fiscal 2014-2015 The federal government posted a surplus of $1.9 billion for the 2014-2015 fiscal year, according to final numbers from Ottawa released today. The Department of Finance said the figure is a reversal of...
What a surprise!
Gee a previous CBC employee. Braid: NDPs new Calgary hand declares love for oilsands and her BMW | Calgary Herald
Sep 15th, 2015 by pgs
Ont. will cut funding for physician services
Fed Health spending up Toronto, ON September 14, 2015 The Ontario Medical Association (OMA) has learned that starting October 1, 2015 Ontarios Ministry of Health and Long Term Care will further...
Sep 15th, 2015 by Locutus
Trudeau, truthiness and the economy
I think all the cool kids still like to use that wurd, 'truthiness', don't they? anyway...read what this dolt did last night: When a war room fails a leader: Trudeau, truthiness and the economy | David Akinâs On the Hill good gawd pony is an...
Tom Mulcair makes multiple pledges to improve health care
Tom Mulcair makes multiple pledges to improve health care The NDP continued its push on health-care issues Monday, announcing that a New Democratic government would commit millions to develop a national Alzheimer's and dementia strategy to improve care...