I completely agree with Heather Mallick’s Canada Post workers’ future is ours too piece in yesterday’s Toronto Star. (Heather is one of my favorite newspaper columnists. And the Toronto Star is my favorite newspaper) But I disagree with her use of the sexist term “postman”. What
Conservative party website hacked Canadian progressives are not alone in their determination to challenge Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Conservatives. Hackers torpedoed the Conservative Party’s website earlier today and posted a false notice saying the PM had been rushed to the Toronto General Hospital
by Obert Madondo | The Canadian Progressive, June 6, 2011: The United Nations has declared that unfettered Internet accessibility is a basic human right, and essential for nurturing human aspirations. And its all because of the “Arab Spring” uprisings in the Middle East. Since the democratic uprisings started, besieged
Earlier this afternoon, Brigette Marcelle, a 21 year old senate page, reminded Prime Minister Stephen Harper that most of Canada doesn’t share his vision. She marched into the Canadian Senate chamber during the throne speech bearing a red “Stop Harper” stop sign. The sergeant-at-arms immediately
By: Obert Madondo | The Canadian Progressive: Prime Minister Stephen Harper played a prominent role on the world stage during last week’s G8 meeting in France and visit with Canadian troops in Afghanistan. But his performance only betrayed an unwillingness to restore Canada to its position of leader
Immigration Minister Jason Kenney has re-hired Kasra Nejatian, the corrupt aide who last March used Canadian government stationery to send out a Tory fundraising letter. Canadians, get ready for a bruising fight on the corruption front in the next four years of of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s
With the launch of HuffPost Canada in Toronto this week, the Huffington Post has made good on its recent promise to launch international editions. And what a fitting tribute to progressive Canadians that the leading American news site and content aggregator should make Canada its first stop.
Caribana, the colorful and high-energy Toronto summer festival, which celebrates the Caribbean culture, is dead. And from its ashes arose a creature with a corporate-sounding and verbose moniker: Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival Toronto.