This week Canada’s two main opposition parties declared war on Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s dictatorship-style “Fair Elections Act”, setting the stage for a potential showdown during the 2015 federal election.
The NDP has tabled a motion in the House of Commons that would limit Stephen Harper’s use of Challenger jests to Canadian government business only.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is not qualified to criticize Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau’s recent f-bomb. His Senate and PMO appointments have proved that he’s the world’s worst talent scout.
National Post columnist says the Orwellian Fair Elections Act is proof the Conservative government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper is no normal government.
Stephen Harper’s globetrotting and escalating security costs suggest that the prime minister is fearful of his own people.
Star Liberal candidate Zack Paikin says Justin Trudeau’s decision to block Christine Innes’s bid for Trinity-Spadina is a “direct assault” on openness and grassroots democracy.
The Harper Government’s inflammatory talk and militant actions in response to the Ukraine crisis only confirm that the Harper Conservatives are not Canada.
The Harper Conservatives’ Orwellian “Fair Elections” Act violates the Canadian constitution, disenfranchises non-Conservative and marginalized voters.
New York-based news and gossip website Gawker has announced that the money raised on Indiegogo to buy Toronto Mayor Rod Ford’s alleged crack cocaine video will now be donated to four Toronto-area non-profits.
The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) says the revelation that Canadian officials used malnourished Aboriginal populations in nutritional experiments has “sent a shockwave through First Nations in Canada and should be no less shocking to all Canadians and beyond.”
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, arguably Canada’s leading progressive voice on public policy issues, has a new website. It’s spiffy, responsive and easy to navigate.