Col. Williams: Other questions lurk

The horrific crimes perpetrated by Canadian Forces‘ Colonel, Russell Williams, have forced those of us who’d rather not, to look at disturbing images which were presented as evidence in the courtroom.  You won’t find a link to those images here.  Why the media insists these images are publishable news, that this is a story of […]

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Pop The Stack: A Contrast in Leadership

This week we have seen a real contrast in leadership styles. First we have Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the UN.  What should have been a sure thing, Canada being chosen to fill the rotating two-year seat on the security council, became a huge disappointment.  Why did this happen? The reason seems to be that the […]

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Time Heals All Wounds

Today, Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney spoke in Windsor on the state of Canada’s economy and made his predictions for the future. The outlook seems that the economy will remain at a crawl, for the time being, with gradual growth.

Still recovering …

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Census vote!

The House of Commons will vote on a motion to call on the Government to reinstate the long form census, about 40 minutes from now. It is known that the Liberals, NDP, and Bloc will all support the motion, with the Conservatives likely voting against it…

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40 years post-Bird…

Need I really add more? FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SEPTEMBER 28, 2010 FOUR DECADES AFTER ROYAL COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN REPORT – WHAT DO WE HAVE TO SHOW FOR IT? OTTAWA – Today marks the 40th Anniversary of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women Report, which was groundbreaking for women’s equality in […]

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On secrecy and Wikileaks.

IntroductionSo, as everyone and their brother’s roommate knows, Wikileaks managed to get their hands on another chunk of material that the powers-that-be would rather the rest of us never saw. This time, of course, it was a collection of documents rela…

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