Canada's opposition Conservatives appeared to be on track to forming the next federal government on Monday, as party leaders prepared for a key debate later in the day that could cement who wins the vote on January 23.
Sam Bulte, Canada's Liberal MP who takes giant campaign contributions from the entertainment industry in exchange for delivering US-style ridiculous copyright laws, is a lot dirtier than previously suspected.
Do you believe in second chances?
By CHRISTINE VAN DUSEN
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Published on: 11/27/05
Charles "Roscoe" Heaton stood at the freeway exit with a homemade cardboard sign on a Friday morning last February. His scalp itched. His stomach ached. A...
Plans were drawn up in the 1930s to invade Canada... really. While the idea has been a rampant joke in modern times as the US finds itself in hot water with its neighbor, it has been done before, albeit with...
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100 things we didn't know this time last year. We seem to have an overload of year-end lists, but this one from the BBC was rather entertaining (if UK-centric). Feel free to add anything that you didn't know a year ago in your corner of the world.
What you get when a Cars Salesman is your Ambassador Do you get the idea that this whole administration is new to this whole diplomacy thing
It seems the only way the truth is admitted is under glaring pressure by our allies.
Reuters - Group sex between consenting adults is
neither prostitution nor a threat to society, the Supreme Court
of Canada ruled on Wednesday, dismissing arguments that the
sometimes raucous activities of...
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A potentially devastating analysis at small dead animals and StephenTaylor suggesting that the Liberals planned to get into the fight with the Americans in order to gain votes. The evidence? Commercials featuring...
...of such Islamist rhetoric from a Liberal who could easily become a Canadian parliamentarian. Mr. Fouad assumed that Paul Martin would likewise disapprove of such incitement by a Liberal candidate, and so wrote to the Prime Minister detailing what...
...in Quebec and that in the traditional Liberal stronghold of Montreal the Bloc leads by a 2:1 margin. According to the analysis Paul Martin is losing in his own riding... Traditionally, anglophone sections of Montreal have been Liberal strongholds and have accounted...