DOUG SAUNDERS From Thursday’s Globe and Mail September 18, 2008 at 2:00 AM EDT LONDON — Canadian and European officials say they plan to begin negotiating a massive agreement to integrate Canada’s economy with the 27...Read More
Minister forced to apologize for ‘tasteless’ listeria jokes – Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz
TONDA MACCHARLES OTTAWA BUREAU SAGUENAY, QUE.–Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz was forced to apologize yesterday for “tasteless and completely inappropriate” jokes on an Aug. 30 government conference call...Read More
Is change in the air for Canada? Is it time for Prime Minister Jack Layton or a new voice for an opposition leader?
With Liberal leader Dion faltering and lagging behind Jack Layton in the polls, one has to wonder if change is in the air? We are already seeing old Liberal tactics; telling people not to split the vote, and cause a majority...Read More
The end of democracy in Canada. They have a seat in Parliament, but why are the other leaders afraid of change?
May shut out of leaders’ debate Janice Tibbetts , Canwest News Service Published: Monday, September 08, 2008 OTTAWA – Elizabeth May said her party will pursue legal action against a consortium of TV networks, which...Read More
To be honest, I love subways and I have a bit of a bias towards the Sheppard Subway line. I have always believed that if the subway was completed, or at least ½ done, than it would have never been considered as an option to...Read More
Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow said she’s “speechless” about the continued delayed of the Eglinton Crosstown, saying she’s no more knowledgeable on the project than residents and business owners who’ve been waiting years for it to wrap up.