The Montreal Gazette
Sen. Romeo Dallaire apologizes after crashing car
A high-profile Liberal senator apologized to his colleagues Tuesday afternoon, saying he fell asleep at the wheel seconds before crashing his car on Parliament Hill.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Dignitaries expected to attend tribute in Montreal for Paul Desmarais
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and former French president Nicolas Sarkozy are expected to be among dignitaries who will pay tribute to business tycoon Paul Desmarais in Montreal this afternoon.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The Windsor Star
Mayor announces 3-way deal to keep feds and lure law faculty downtown
A "framework of a deal" has been reached that will see federal employees move into a new city hall and the University of Windsor law faculty lured into the Paul Martin Building, Mayor Eddie Francis announced Monday.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
The Toronto Star
Business as usual for tone deaf Tories: Hebert
More than six months into the Senate spending affair it is possible that none of Stephen Harper's otherwise combative senior ministers want to volunteer to risk a political limb in the scandal's muddy trenches.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Indian developer buys Canadian High Commission in London in $530-million deal
Macdonald House is a seven-storey building on Grosvenor Square in Mayfair, London that is part of the High Commission of Canada in London.
The Real Purpose of International Aid to Haiti
Peter Lee's cover story on the NSA and Its Enablers is ground-breaking and disturbing; the irrepressible Andre Vltchek contributes a vivid dispatch from the streets of Cairo; Ron Jacobs conducts a probing interview with Bill Ayers; Lee Ballinger compares and contrasts James Brown and Jay Z; the wonderfully astute eye of Kim Nicolini surveys the ... (more)
Keep budget in balance
The Tories' financial mastermind has been confidently boasting his government will balance the budget in 2015, coincidentally - or not - an election year.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
The Globe and Mail
How Harper's foreign policy focus evolved from human rights to the 'almighty dollar'
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper looks towards China's President Hu Jintao prior to the first session of the Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation summit in Hanoi Vietnam on Nov. 18, 2006.
The Georgia Straight
Chinese head-tax families seek input on B.C. apology
The discriminatory tax was only imposed on those coming from China and ended in 1923, when virtually all immigration from that country was banned.
For once, the government might welcome a tough Auditor General's report
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Tue Nov 26, 2013
Canada: An Occupying Force in Haiti
Step one for everyone trying to make the world a better place should be listening to those they wish to help.
Jean Chretien proposed same-sex marriage in 2003
Before Paul Martin's historic accomplishment of including same-sex union in the Civil Marriage Act, Jean Chretien had a vision of a similar wish.
Byelection post-mortem: Trudeau emerges as main challenger to Stephen Harper ahead of 2015
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau has emerged as the challenger to Prime Minister Stephen Harper ahead of the 2015 federal election, experts say, after his party held two ridings in Monday's byelections and improved its fortunes significantly in Conservative strongholds.
Paul Martin's American Grill, Nekter Juice Opening Soon in Mountain View
Two new tenants, an upscale restaurant and a Southern California-based juice shop, will open in coming weeks at The Village at San Antonio Center in Mountain View.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Customer Interaction Solutions
Detour Gold Announces Management Changes
Detour Gold Corporation announced today that, effective immediately, Gerald Panneton, Detour Gold's President and Chief Executive Officer, has resigned.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
WRAP owes $17,000 in back taxes
Warren Redevelopment and Planning Corp. owes an estimated $17,700 in back property taxes on 21 parcels of properties, according to information released last week by Trumbull County officials.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
The Winnipeg Free Press
Up close and personal
According to Toronto author and journalist Susan Delacourt, we are now consumers rather than citizens in the eyes of our leaders, and we select parties the same way we choose our favourite beer or toothpaste.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
The thick of it
Fire and Ashes: Success and Failure in Politics , by Michael Ignatieff, Harvard University Press, RRPA 18.95/$24.95, 224 pages James Joyce, it was said, would do anything for his country except live there.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
New Democrats propose science watchdog to address muzzling allegations
Federal New Democrats are using allegations of the muzzling of government scientists to spearhead a new proposal to create a science watchdog to monitor whether the government is gathering and using evidence to shape its policies.