Talks resume for one day only
Someone blew the Grey Cup for the Saskatchewan Roughriders. But was it really Jason Armstead?
When in doubt, accuse your opponent of not supporting the troops
Federal government proposes new measure to lower professional accreditation barriers
“For a safe Britain, we need a safe Afghanistan”
I was a bit out of the loop on the most recent round of CRTC hearings (“out of the loop” means “away and not able to watch the hearings;” I’m
Gotta go with the pack on this one — this is just trash:
Let me just say this: living as we do, in a time when some in the political
*Results may vary.
For the first time in two years, the PQ is ahead in the polls.
It might not have any immediate effect at all–their ain’t no election in
Obama has decided how to proceed in Afhganistan, issued the orders, and is letting (most of) the allies know:
As Mr. Gibbs spoke Monday morning, the president was on the
Feds say the three-day-old strike risks hampering the economic recovery
The moral conundrum of flying with the Flu, Passenger rights misses it’s flight, and Tourists make tempting targets
Ok, maybe not everything, but the five most essential facts
Because everything is easier to follow in timeline form, the Liberals have put one together on torture concerns in Afghanistan.
Saskatchewan blindsides its fans with an arithmetic blunder
With great candour, former NDP campaign manager Brian Topp is recounting last year’s flirtation with coalition government from his well-informed perspective. Entirely fascinating stuff.
For selfish reasons, I’ll also mention
As Susan Delacourt notes, though the magazine is apparently not a close watcher of Canadian polling, Michael Ignatieff has come in at #64 on Foreign Policy’s list of global thinkers.
The launch of the second edition of House of Commons Procedure and Practice was held in the Speaker’s dining room. Speaker Peter Milliken (left) with the book’s co-editors Audrey O’Brien,