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PMO attempts to appeal to Canadians with YouTube channel

Stephen Harper's handlers are working to make Canadian Prime Minister appear more approachable by introducing a YouTube channel where users can submit questions to the PM.

Shining a light on Canadian Democracy in Guelph, Ontario Special

Guelph - Political pundits and parties appear to think democracy is all about opinion polls and elections. Some Canadians beg to differ, saying democracy is about Canadian participation in politics.

PBO: without a plan Canada's structural deficit is bad news

Parliament Budget Officer, Kevin Page, went public with talking points from his report on Canada's deficit, which is scheduled for release on Wednesday. Page asserts that at present, Canada has no plan to deal with the deficit.

Canadian employment rate flat-lines

Statistics Canada released its unemployment figures for December showing no overall gains in job creation. The unexpected news of job losses has caused downward pressure on the Canadian dollar.

Liberal Party of Canada will show up for work Jan. 25

The Liberal Party of Canada has decided it will show up for work in Ottawa on January 25, and they will stay to keep working on issues important to Canadians.

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Some of the people attending  Shine a Light on Democracy  in downtown Guelph Tuesday March 2  2010.
Some of the people attending "Shine a Light on Democracy" in downtown Guelph Tuesday March 2, 2010.
A view of the people who turned up to  Shine a Light on Democracy.
A view of the people who turned up to "Shine a Light on Democracy."

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