|Liberals see potential fraud in Tory campaign... - Thursday, September 06, 2007|
OTTAWA -- A Conservative advertising initiative designed to allow Tory candidates to claim expenses for TV commercials produced for the party's national campaign in the 2006 election was a potential fraud that subverted spending limits under the Canada...
|Mulroney lashes out at Trudeau - Thursday, September 06, 2007|
The late Pierre Trudeau wasn't morally fit as a leader because of his failure to support the war against Nazi Germany, says former prime minister Brian Mulroney.
|Harper delays Parliament's return until Oct. 16 - Tuesday, September 04, 2007|
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has decided to delay the opening of the fall session of Parliament to Oct. 16, setting up the possibility of a fall election if the opposition parties vote against the government's throne speech.
|Corriveau wants sponsorship scandal lawsuit tossed - Saturday, September 01, 2007|
One-time prominent Liberal Jacques Corriveau wants Quebec Superior Court to throw out a lawsuit filed against him and his company in connection with the federal sponsorship scandal.
|Harper names retired Liberal Senator as... - Saturday, September 01, 2007|
Prime Minister Stephen Harper yesterday named retired Liberal Senator Michael Kirby as chairman of the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
|Harper Conservatives score lower on their... - Friday, August 31, 2007|
The record is uneven on reform of gun registration. Crime prevention should receive more attention. The handling of the RCMP problems has been satisfactory...
|Uganda: Government Restricts Gun Ownership - Thursday, August 30, 2007|
THE Government has restricted the import of firearms by private security organisations in a bid to control the number of guns brought into the country.
|Opinion: Liberal society did not act - Thursday, August 30, 2007|
Gun culture is so entrenched in rural America that advocating gun control would be political suicide for politicians of all stripes...
|Sask. Party outraged by NDP's 'porn' TV ad - Wednesday, August 29, 2007|
The Saskatchewan Party is outraged that as the words Privatization of the Crowns dissolve in one part of the ad, the letters P, O, R, and N stay up a second longer than the rest.
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