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2014/09/30 22:58
2014/09/30 22:58
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Will Stephen Harper send Canada's troops into combat against a well-organized, well-armed terrorist militia just as Jean Chretien did in Afhganistan? Harper may indeed ask Canadian Forces personnel...
2014/09/30 22:58
2014/09/30 22:58
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2014/09/30 14:20
2014/09/30 14:20
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What’s that old line? That “the better part of valour is discretion”? Something like that. The author of said line was William Shakespeare, naturally; Falstaff uttered it after pretending to be dead...
2014/09/29 02:09
2014/09/29 02:09
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The then Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, who like David Cameron had kept a low profile during the campaign, announced a damascene conversion to acknowledging Quebec as a "distinct...
2014/09/26 02:20
2014/09/26 02:20
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Forget about Justin Trudeau and Ezra Levant. Difficult, we know, but try. Reflect, instead, on David Akin. David Akin is a journalist, a real one. Unlike Ezra (or Yours Truly), David is not a...
2014/09/24 21:46
2014/09/24 21:46
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Toronto — On the fourth floor of the new Canadian Museum for Human Rights, visitors will find a gallery called “Examining the Holocaust,” which is devoted entirely to the story and lessons of the...
2014/09/24 21:34
2014/09/24 21:34
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By Jennifer Ditchburn, The Canadian Press OTTAWA - In exchange for a $25 donation, the Conservative party recently offered its supporters a Stephen Harper calendar "to help count down to election...
2014/09/23 00:20
2014/09/23 00:20
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It’s an overused phrase but it’s true: Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results. And, on these terms, there’s no one crazier in Canadian politics than...
2014/09/21 06:07
2014/09/21 06:07
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OTTAWA - Former prime minister Jean Chretien has weighed into the debate about the federal government's decision to send special forces to northern Iraq to help fight an extremist group, warning it...
2014/09/20 16:20
2014/09/20 16:20
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Canada's museum showcasing human rights opened in the Prairie city of Winnipeg on Friday, dogged by controversy that began long before the first visitor arrived. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights,...
2014/09/19 15:29
2014/09/19 15:29
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In this Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014 photo, U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., arrives at a rally for campaign volunteers in Little Rock, Ark. and in this Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014 photo, U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton,...
2014/09/18 19:29
2014/09/18 19:29
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Should Holocaust Get Special Treatment at Canada Rights Museum?Shoah Is One of 11 Galleries at Winnipeg Institution Published September 18, 2014. TORONTO — (JTA) — On the fourth floor of the new...
2014/09/18 09:20
2014/09/18 09:20
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While you are reading this column, the Scots are either voting or counting the ballots of their referendum on independence -- or drinking whiskey in open-all-night pubs. Latest polls grant the No a...
2014/09/15 12:16
2014/09/15 12:16
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Stephen Harper is an election victory away from entering the pantheon of Canada’s longest-serving prime ministers and cementing his Conservative agenda in a country dominated by Liberals for most of...
2014/09/14 13:26
2014/09/14 13:26
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Jean-Francois Lisee talks to media, Thursday, September 26, 2013 at the legislature in Quebec City. Quebece sovereigntists like Lisee say they've been impressed by London's "fair play" during the...
2014/09/08 08:26
2014/09/08 08:26
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OTTAWA - Tom Mulcair predicts the next federal election will be an historic first: a three-way battle for power among Conservatives, New Democrats and Liberals. Despite opinion polls which suggest...
2014/09/05 06:39
2014/09/05 06:39
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Brian Mulroney is pulling no punches on the 30th anniversary of his historic majority election win, chastising Stephen Harper on everything from foreign affairs to the prime minister’s spat with...
2014/09/05 03:20
2014/09/05 03:20
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Sept. 4, 1984: 30 years ago, I was on an Air Canada flight from Ottawa, heading home to Calgary to start law school. The pilot came on the blower. “For those of you who are wondering, we are hearing...
2014/09/03 01:57
2014/09/03 01:57
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Recently people moved away from our area and left a number of adults cats. These cats are in extremely poor condition and need medical treatment (i.e. worming, flea treatment, to be spayed, neutered...
2014/09/02 22:55
2014/09/02 22:55
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The campaign for mayor of Coquitlam in this fall's civic election is now underway with announcements from two long-serving incumbents. Last Friday, Lou Sekora, a Coquitlam councillor who last was...
2014/08/30 08:02
2014/08/30 08:02
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Scotland will vote Sept. 18 on whether to separate from the United Kingdom. There is little sign of American interest in the outcome of this vote, eerily similar to the resounding U.S. silence up to a...
2014/09/30 22:58
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