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The package Canada bought on May 2nd has not been out of the box or turned on yet, but already pollsters are claiming a lack of buyer’s remorse over the majority Conservative government and the new Official Opposition, the NDP under Jack Layton. But we might want to wait a little bit longer before making grand postulates like these … Continue reading
A wonderful piece from the Globe & Mail demonstrating the potential power of journalism entitled “Banned Aid – How Canada’s decision to restrict foreign aid is affecting Malawi” Continue reading
Petition to save the public CBC, Greg Gutfeld says his mocking of the Canadian Military, Mounties, and culture was ‘misunderstood’, and the government of Newfoundland and Labrador eliminates interest on student loans. Continue reading
Canadian CF-18 Hornet fighter jets intercept a Cold-War era Russian bomber near Canadian Arctic Airspace, the divide between urban and rural Canada a matter of ‘national unity’ according to Michael Ignatieff, and 6 out of 10 federal departments reviewed by the Information Commissioner get failing grades when it comes to co-operation and efficiency in sharing information. Continue reading
The Canadian Flag turns 44 years old, how to participate in the CRTC Public Consultation on New Media Licensing, and 2 Canadian diplomats reportedly held hostage by a North-African al-Qaeda group. Continue reading