Canada Politics News Roundup For Monday, August 27, 2012

The highlight of our Canada politics news roundup today is a piece of news that highlights the burgeoning culture of entitlement by public figures.  RCMP Commissioner, Bob Paulson, used eight on-duty Mounties in a ceremonial role at his recent wedding here in Ottawa.

RCMP commissioner apologizes for use of constables at his wedding

Canada says ‘Anonymous’ may attack energy firm computers

Air force general tapped to head Canada’s armed forces

Enbridge’s Kalamazoo disaster: straight from the files

First Nation says Alberta oilsands plan will ‘annihilate’ its lands and future

The Lost Islands of Enbridge: a tanker’s tale

Canada’s tar sands cannot enhance U.S. energy security

This new union will change Canada forever

RCMP to release details today on raid at Kelowna Hells Angels clubhouse

Quebec student protest: Back-to-school law defied, as students disrupt classes at Montreal university

‘Payback’: A Doc Inspired by Margaret Atwood’s Book

 


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Obert Madondo is an Ottawa-based blogger, activist, photographer, digital rights enthusiast, former political aide, and former international development administrator. He's the founder and editor of these independent publications: The Canadian Progressive, a political blog dedicated to progressive Canadian journalism; The Zimbabwean Progressive, a political blog dedicated to producing fearless, progressive, adversarial, unapologetic, and activism-oriented Zimbabwean journalism; and Charity Files, a publication dedicated to journalism in the charitable public's interest. Follow Obert on Twitter: @Obiemad