So why all the talk about neck ties?
The Kitchener-Waterloo Record reports on the link between Valerie Goodyear and the ongoing Imagine Adoption/Kids Link International bankruptcy meltdown:
The 16 employees of the bankrupt agency included Valerie Goodyear, wife
Sadly, ITQ was not able to hitch the last train to Cambridge in order to be there to liveblog the stimultastic spectacular set to get underway later this morning, so
Canadian Press previews tomorrow’s economic progress report.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is expected to present a rosy picture of his Conservative government’s handling of the recession Thursday in a slick
Gary Goodyear makes another friend in the academic world.
Jim Turk, executive director of the Canadian Association of University Teachers, said that universities need to be a place where controversial
The opposition won’t let the case of the missing documents go
From the deficit to asset review to Canada Pension, all arrows were aimed at Flaherty
The Scene. The Prime Minister and Industry Minister were elsewhere and the latter’s parliamentary secretary had been given a rather short script from which to read so it eventually fell
The Scene. Ralph Goodale stood to applause and chants of his first name, a garish tie hanging from his neck. With Michael Ignatieff away, it was the Liberal house leader’s
Meet John K. Bell. He’s the Cambridge businessman who asked Michael Ignatieff a question yesterday that prompted an answer that may or may not be the single most controversial thing
From the Conservative MP’s statement before QP.
Mr. Speaker, recently we saw an attempt to ridicule the presumed beliefs of a member of this House and the belief of millions
A lot of time was spent defending Canada’s honour in response to a generally irrelevant late-night TV host
VIDEO: Our blogging heads debate the controversy surrounding the Tory’s science and tech minister
Scientists assess Gary Goodyear’s views on evolution.
Elizabeth Elle, a biology professor at Simon Fraser University, said it’s good to hear the minister accepts the theory of evolution, but she
Gary Goodyear gets some support from, well, pretty much the last person you’d expect to be defending him at this moment.
On Tuesday, Liberal science critic Marc Garneau said that
Yes, he does believe in evolution. So what was that Globe story about, exactly?