|Tory says he'll soldier on despite loss - Thursday, October 11, 2007|
John Tory says he accepts responsibility for his inability to hold off a Liberal majority but wants to stay on as Ontario's Conservative Leader and to continue rebuilding his party, despite losing his seat in the legislature.
|Carroll resigns as Liberal party's national... - Thursday, October 11, 2007|
Jamie Carroll has resigned as both the Liberal party's national director and deputy national campaign chairman, more than a week after reports emerged he would be shuffled to another post.
|Dumber than he looks, talks, walks, thinks... - Tuesday, October 09, 2007|
A fall federal election will be nobody's fault but the prime minister's, an impassioned Stéphane Dion said on Tuesday as pressure built over a looming Ottawa showdown.
|Canada's ruling Conservatives open big poll lead - Tuesday, October 09, 2007|
Canada's ruling Conservatives have opened up a big lead over the opposition Liberals but do not have enough backing to win a majority in a federal election, according to a poll released on Tuesday.
|Western Standard's print edition goes under - Tuesday, October 09, 2007|
After almost four years of “telling it like it is” - a moral code that's attracted its fair share of controversy - the print edition of the Western Standard, the Calgary-based bastion of Albertan conservative politics, has been shut down.
|Poll says Ontario Liberals have 15-point lead - Monday, October 08, 2007|
It shows the PC Party bleeding support ahead of Wednesday's vote: (percentage-point change from a Sept. 13-16 poll in brackets):
- Liberals: 42 per cent (+2)
- Progressive Conservatives: 27 per cent (-7)
- NDP: 19 per cent (+3)
- Green Party: 11 per cent (-1)
|Dion seeks safe way through Harper's minefield - Saturday, October 06, 2007|
Stéphane Dion has been advised by party officials not to defeat the Conservative government's Throne Speech and pick his battles with each bill that is subsequently tabled as the Liberals plot a way out of the election trap set by Stephen...
|The bait can wait - Friday, October 05, 2007|
For instance, Bill C-10, an act designed to impose mandatory minimum sentences for offences involving firearms, was stalled in committee for 252 days and is...
|Swiss Army Gun Victims Push Referendum... - Thursday, October 04, 2007|
Four and a half years later, Vollenweider and other gun control advocates yesterday won a victory when the lower house of parliament voted to bar Switzerland's citizen soldiers from keeping ammunition at home. Their next goal is a national referendum on stricter gun laws.
|Guards get new tools: guns - Thursday, October 04, 2007|
The Quebec guards graduated from the Canada Border Services Agency's first French-language gun class, a three-week immersion in firearms training...
|Study of rural families links guns and abuse - Thursday, October 04, 2007|
The very presence of firearms in a household serves to silence women, report two researchers in a new study that argues women experiencing "firearms...
|Harper's election ultimatum - Thursday, October 04, 2007|
Prime Minister Stephen Harper warned the opposition parties yesterday that things will be different in the new session of Parliament, saying the defeat of any key government bill could plunge the country into an election.
|Canadian Dictator has heart surgery - Wednesday, October 03, 2007|
Former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, who led the Liberal Party to three successive majorities in Parliament, had heart bypass surgery on Wednesday, the party said.
|Liberal director to be shuffled out to mend party - Tuesday, October 02, 2007|
Liberal Leader Stephane Dion is shuffling one of his closest associates after almost a week of controversy linked to comments he is purported to have made about hiring Quebecers.
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