And a rather large shout-out to dad from Buckingham Palace
The prepared text of a speech—an interesting, perhaps even charming, and apparently quite personal speech—delivered today by Finance Minister Jim Flaherty to students at the University of Western Ontario’s Ivey
Maybe that $32,000 Rutgers bill wasn’t a (complete) waste of money
‘Moammar Gadhafi is not a normal person that you can poison or lead a revolution against’
The prepared text for the Prime Minister’s remarks to supporters this afternoon to celebrate the fifth anniversary of his government.
Friends, today we celebrate our fifth anniversary!
So, it’s been
Why pay tribute to war veterans when you can make divisive political statements instead?
UWinnipeg valedictorian should have left her protest against an honourary degree for Vic Toews outside
The Prime Minister is in New York to address the United Nations and campaign for a seat on the security council. He addressed the general assembly a short while ago
Don Martin reports on the reaction of those in the Finance Minister’s immediate vicinity yesterday.
Wave after wave of pointless and misleading provocation gushed from his podium before a Canadian
One flourish from the Finance Minister’s speech yesterday has since been the cause of particular consternation in the English-speaking world. To wit.
In the global recession, the ship of state
Obama tries to explain what can be achieved at a reasonable cost
Once again, the Commander in Chief became the Teacher in Chief, as President Obama delivered what many are calling an historic speech on the Middle East and the Muslim world—maybe
As expected, Dick Cheney and Barack Obama squared off on Gitmo and national security on Thursday. Obama focused on fleshing out his plan for the coming weeks, standing resolutely behind
It’s short. That’s the first thing to note about Michael Ignatieff’s keynote speech here at the Liberals’ biennial convention in Vancouver. At just eight pages, a lot shorter than Jean
“We must pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and begin again the work of remaking America.”
Canadians take pride in our history as one of the world’s oldest continuous democracies. During the past 141 years, political parties have emerged and disappeared, leaders have come
I’ve cornered three plagiarists in my time, and each defended him or herself very differently. The first denied any malfeasance had occurred despite incontrovertible evidence to the contrary; the second