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Another Canadian senator questioned over expenses

Ottawa - Conservative Senator Don Meredith is being questioned about his expenses after he attended the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington after he was refused permission to attend.
In the Media by Arthur Weinreb - 2 comments

Justin Trudeau reforms Senate by removing Liberals from caucus

Ottawa - In a surprise move on Wednesday morning, the Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has added more independent senators to the upper chamber when he removed 35 senators from the Liberal caucus.
In the Media by Richard Mccallum - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Canada — Should Senator Mike Duffy resign in view of false claims

Ottawa - Senator Mike Duffy, a native of Prince Edward Island, was one of three Senators whose living allowance expense claims were reviewed during an external audit. Liberal Senator Mac Harb and Independent Senator Brazeau were also audited.
In the Media by Karl Gotthardt - 18 comments

Op-Ed: The changing face of Canadian politics

Ottawa - Justin Trudeau won the leadership of the Liberal Party of Canada (LPC) with 80 percent of the vote, while Tom Mulcair was confirmed by New Democrats (NDP) by 92 percent of delegates at the party's national convention. A shift is due in Canadian politics.
In the Media by Karl Gotthardt - 6 comments

Op-Ed: Majority of Canadians believe Stephen Harper has a hidden agenda

Toronto - It should not be a surprise to the Harper government that most Canadians don't trust Prime Minister Stephen Harper's transparency. An Ipsos poll halfway through Harper's mandate found that most Canadians think he has a hidden agenda.
In the Media by Karl Gotthardt - 30 comments

Past Conservative Party Adviser — Viewing child porn hurts no one

Lethbridge - Tom Flanagan, a former adviser to Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper and strategist for the Wildrose Party in Alberta said that he had grave doubts about jailing people who view child pornography, stating that viewing it hurts no one.
In the Media by Karl Gotthardt - 19 comments

Op-Ed: Can Justin Trudeau break the conservative grip on Alberta?

Edmonton - Alberta is Conservative Party country, with Prime MInister Harper's conservatives holding 24 of 25 seats. Liberal leadership hopeful Justin Trudeau is trying to break that pattern with recent campaign stops in Alberta communities.
In the Media by Karl Gotthardt - 6 comments

Tories sued for back rent on former campaign headquarters

The Conservative Party skipped out on paying the rent due on its campaign headquarters in Ottawa's east end last month, according to a lawsuit filed by a property management company.
In the Media by Matt Cianfarani

Op-Ed: It doesn't look or act like Canada

A few days ago, the Prime Minister of my country, Mr. Stephen Harper, was tweeting about his telephone conversation with his counterpart, Mr. Netanyahu of Israel, on Canada's latest vote at UN.
In the Media by Ismai Warsame - 5 comments

Canadian MPs want to reopen the debate on abortion

Ottawa - A Conservative Member of Parliament, Mark Warawa, has announced he is supporting his colleague Stephen Woodworth in his bid to create a parliamentary committee to study the rights of the unborn.
In the Media by André R. Gignac

Suspect named in case of human foot, hand sent via Canada Post

Montreal - Ottawa Police have confirmed that the foot that was delivered to the Conservative Party headquarters yesterday came from Montreal where a severed torso was discovered. Also, a severed hand was intercepted by Canada Post, and a suspect has been named.
In the Media by KJ Mullins

Foot mailed to Conservative Party of Canada Headquarters

Ottawa - It has been confirmed that a human foot was in a package mailed to the Conservative Party of Canada via Canada Post. The package was dropped off around 11:30 a.m. Tuesday morning.
In the Media by KJ Mullins - 1 comment

Report: 1 in 4 defeated Canadian Tory candidates got public jobs

Ottawa - Following last year's spring federal election in Canada, approximately one quarter of the defeated Conservative candidates landed jobs in the public sector, according to a report. The Conservatives criticized the report for its methodology.
In the Media by Andrew Moran

Op-Ed: Harper pursues Culture War through Orwell playbook — Bill C-26

Ottawa - Bill C-26, the Citizen’s Arrest and Self-Defence Act, is in the House for third reading in the House of Commons. Bill architects seek to transform the existing Criminal Code sections dealing with the rights of self-defence and citizen’s arrest.
In the Media by Raymond Samuels - 2 comments

Inside the 2012 Canadian federal budget: Penny gone, job cuts

Ottawa - The end of further production of the penny? Check. Retirement age pushed up to 67? Check. Federal public sector job cuts? Check. These were only some of the tidbits included in the 2012 Canadian Conservative federal budget.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 6 comments

Canadian Tories launch attack ads against Liberal leader Bob Rae

Toronto - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservatives have launched new attack ads against Liberal Party interim leader Bob Rae and his economic record as the New Democratic Party Premier of Ontario.
In the Media by Andrew Moran

Canadian Conservative MP changes affiliation to Civil Libertarian

Edmonton - Alberta Conservative Member of Parliament Peter Goldring has officially changed his caucus affiliation from the Conservative Party to Civil Libertarian. This transpired after he was charged by police for failing to provide a breath sample.
In the Media by Andrew Moran

Canada: Recent polls shows Liberals gaining ground

Ottawa - A recent Nanos poll shows that the popularity of the Canadian Liberal Party under interim leader Bob Rae has pushed them into second place behind the Conservatives, and ahead of the NDP.
In the Media by Andrew Reeves

Tension mounting between CBC and Quebecor

Ottawa - Tension is mounting between Canada's public broadcaster and Quebecor Inc., a Quebec-based conservative media empire over access to information requests made to the CBC.
In the Media by Andrew Reeves - 4 comments

Update: Canadian Wheat Board to sue Government of Canada

Ottawa - Allen Oberg, head of the farmer-operated Canadian Wheat Board, has announced that his organization will be suing the government of Canada over its decision to dismantle to board by August 1, 2012.
In the Media by Andrew Reeves

Op-Ed: Canada — Next NDP leader has big shoes to fill

When Jack Layton assumed leadership of the New Democratic Party in January 2003, the party was in shambles. With only 13 seats to its credit, little was expected of the NDP, and it's somewhat doubtful anyone could have foreseen its success.
In the Media by Andrew Ardizzi

Canada's Liberals up in the polls, NDP, Tories take a minor dip

Toronto - It has been nearly four months since Canadian voters headed to the polls. After a historic election, where do the federal parties and their leaders stand with the electorate? New polling numbers suggest a minor change in support.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 1 comment

Canada: Harper, McGuinty butt heads over political differences

Toronto - A war of words has erupted between Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty, with the former calling for the Premier's defeat in the forthcoming provincial election.
In the Media by Andrew Ardizzi - 1 comment

Canada — Conservatives reject new leadership selection proposal

Ottawa - One month after winning their first majority government, the Conservative Party of Canada has rejected a divisive proposal to change the party's leadership selection rules.
In the Media by Justin Crann

Op-Ed: Canada — Axing per vote subsidy saves a little, costs a lot

Ottawa - The Conservative government's budget has been released and it should come as little surprise that the document includes measures to gradually phase out the per vote subsidy.
In the Media by Justin Crann - 2 comments

Dimitri Soudas resigns post as Harper's communications director

Ottawa - One month after the Conservative Party was returned to Parliament Hill with a majority mandate, Prime Minister Stephen Harper's communications director is throwing in the towel.
In the Media by Justin Crann - 3 comments

Will Canada's Liberals, New Democrats merge into one party?

Toronto - After Michael Ignatieff's Liberal Party of Canada took a severe beating in last week's federal election, there have been talks of a "progressive" merger between the Liberals and the New Democratic Party. But NDP Leader Jack Layton is not interested.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 4 comments
 

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