Stephen Harper is so conservative he makes Joe Clark and Brian Mulroney look like the NDP, and that’s according to Stephen Harper. I guess that’s why he wants a majority.In a February 1994 Globe and Mail article titled Neo-Cons: Young Bucks of the New …Continue reading
While Canadians will go to the polls on May 2nd, Finns went to the polls yesterday and elected a new government. Well, actually they re-elected the existing government… well sort of. The leading party, the centre-right National Coalition Party won …Continue reading
From CBC.ca’s Canada Votes 2011 Vancouver Quadra riding profile:
That’s right, a full 137% of us have post-secondary degrees.
Just not in math I guess.
It looks like the old Sun TV comedy/drama programs are disappearing, and the new Faux News North is starting at 6 a.m. Monday. Since, this is an over the air station in Toronto, Rogers customers will have no way to avoid Faux News North.
Channel 15 …Continue reading
The Conservative government’s 2009 pledge to deliver $25 million in prize money for the arts remains an empty promise. Responding to widespread backlash after making $45 million in cuts to arts and culture funding, the Harper government announced the Canada Prizes for the Arts and Creativity — $25 million to be doled out annually to […]Continue reading
Last week I was fortunate enough to hear a talk by CBC president Hubert Lacroix on the future of the public broadcaster. Unsurprisingly, much of the discussion was focused on digital platforms and social media, and how this has changed how we interact with each other. To crudely paraphrase Mr. Lacroix, if you sat down […]Continue reading
As the NATO bombing campaign in Libya nears the one month mark, we can – and indeed must – reassess our previous opinions on the Libyan intervention with the new information that has become available. There is a caveat that we should keep in mind befo…Continue reading
In case the issue were not already settled, Sackville Town Council has decided not to object in any way to Mount Allison University’s plan to demolish and replace the old Memorial Library with a Fine and Performing Arts Centre. Do some people thin…Continue reading
Mount Allison Residences: Cuthbertson House (7 of 13):
Cutherbertson House is the Sustainable Residence Initiative and part of the Mount Allison “Small House” Residence Experience. Residents are committed to the promotion of healthy living and envi…Continue reading
Mount Allison Residences: Carriage House – Animal House (6 of 13):
Carriage House, also known as Animal House, is part of the Mount Allison “Small House” Residence Experience. Students living here work in partnership with the SPCA to foster and f…Continue reading
There should have been enough evidence of corruption, sleaze andincompetence to drive the polling of the Conservatives down to singledigits by now. If news that the F-35s will be delivered withoutengines doesn’t ‘t do it nothing will.At that point the…Continue reading
Mount Allison’s Wallace McCain Student Centre’s 2nd Floor is where you’ll find:
Residence Life, Registrar’s Office, and the International Centre
Note: Since the filming of this video the Office of the Vice-President for International and Student Af…Continue reading
If you are familiar with Bill Hicks then you know what to expect, but for those who aren’t there will be some shall we say colurful language ENJOY!Continue reading
Fighting the gun registry.
Fighting democratic engagement.
Just another day in Stephen Harper’s Canada.Continue reading
Toronto Sun’s Rachel Sa writes:
In a shortsighted move, the Ontario College of Teachers has instructed its members to refrain from connecting with students through social networks.
Word went out in an advisory issued to the college’s 230,000 mem…Continue reading
I may be totally
depressed by the futility of trying to effect change using our first
past the post voting system and the total lack of any indication that
any of the incumbent partys will do anything to change it, but unlike
far to many of our citize…
Tuesday April 19th at 7:30 pm: All-candidates forum at Southminster-Steinhauer United Church in Edmonton. See you there!Continue reading
Catch 22 note: Western Canadian journalist and columnist Murray Dobbin recognized many years ago that Stephen Harper promoted a political ideology that went against the Canadian national interest. Dobbin has tracked Harper’s career from his early days at the right-wing National Citizens Coalition some 30 years ago. Dobbin is a member of Catch 22’s campaign team.
by …Continue reading