|Little Johnny - Wednesday, November 07, 2007|
A grade school teacher in Winnipeg asked her class how many of them are 'Stephane Dion fans'.
|PM to back NDP call for Senate referendum: CTV - Monday, November 05, 2007|
NDP Leader Jack Layton has won the backing of the prime minister to hold a nation-wide referendum on the abolition of the unelected Senate, CTV News has learned.
|'Tired' Saskatchewan NDP government faces upset - Monday, November 05, 2007|
By now, Premier Lorne Calvert has spotted the dark clouds spilling over his personal horizon, with pollsters predicting his NDP government will be swept from office in Wednesday's provincial election.
|Crime statistics at odds with Tory pledge - Monday, November 05, 2007|
Of the 48 recovered firearms in 2006 where the registration status was known, police reported that 30 were not registered with the Canadian Firearms Centre.
|Ex-Tory candidate slams party for... - Monday, November 05, 2007|
A former Conservative candidate said Sunday that the party muzzled him and kept him from freely engaging in public discourse.
|UK: Is Gun Control Less Effective... - Friday, November 02, 2007|
Of all recorded crime in the UK, firearms offences account for 0.4%. If you exclude airguns from the figures, firearm offences account for 0.2% of all...
|Liberals demand Revenue Canada probe into Mulroney - Friday, November 02, 2007|
The Opposition Liberals hammered the Conservatives for a third day over their refusal to address recent revelations that former prime minister Brian Mulroney received $300000 in cash payments from German businessman Karlheinz Schreiber and delayed tax...
|Tory mini budget clears first major hurdle - Wednesday, October 31, 2007|
Liberal Leader Stephane Dion said ahead of the vote that if he were elected, he would consider rescinding GST cuts promised by the Conservatives in...
|Liberals probe MP's campaign expenses - Tuesday, October 30, 2007|
Another member of Stéphane Dion's inner circle came under fire yesterday, this time for not making public the allegations that forced an MP to quit the Liberal caucus.
|Prime Minister stops in city - Monday, October 29, 2007|
For most of the week, area resident Bruce Montague fought for the right to own firearms in Canada in Superior Court. His supporters would likely have...
|Weird Canadian Laws - Saturday, October 27, 2007|
City Laws in Alberta: If you are released from prison, it is required that you are given a handgun with bullets and a horse, so you can ride out of town.
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