|Investors await word on capital gains tax - Sunday, March 18, 2007|
Monday's federal budget offers Finance Minister Jim Flaherty the opportunity to make it up to Canadian investors sideswiped by last fall's income trust tax, in the form of a break on the capital gains levy.
|Calgary judge overturns Tory MP's acclamation - Saturday, March 17, 2007|
A judge has overturned the acclamation of Tory MP Rob Anders and ordered a new nomination meeting in the riding of Calgary West. Court of Queen's Bench Justice Jed Hawco ruled Friday that the party did not follow its own rules for setting a date for...
|Liberals: Let's screw Alberta... again. - Friday, March 16, 2007|
Liberal Leader Stephane Dion says he now supports tougher climate change rules for Canadian industry than those he advocated in 2005 as environment minister and even just a few months ago as a Liberal leadership candidate.
|Conservatives maintain lead in poll - Friday, March 16, 2007|
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservatives have maintained their five-point lead over their nearest rivals but would again only win a minority of seats in Parliament, a new poll showed on Friday.
|Boisclair stands by 'slanting eyes' remark - Friday, March 16, 2007|
QUEBEC - Parti Quebecois leader Andre Boisclair yesterday refused to apologize for saying he was surprised to see so many students "with slanting eyes" when he was a student at Harvard University.
|Wrongly jailed mother wins right to sue MD - Thursday, March 15, 2007|
A Kingston mother wrongly imprisoned for her daughter's murder will be allowed to sue the pathologist whose autopsy findings led to her arrest, the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled in a watershed decision released yesterday.
|DAY TO GIVE KEYNOTE SPEECH AT O.F.A.H. CONFERENCE - Wednesday, March 14, 2007|
The Honourable Stockwell Day, P.C., M.P., federal Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness will be giving the keynote address at the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters' (O.F.A.H.) 79th Annual General Meeting and Wildlife Conference at the Delta Meadowvale Resort and Conference Centre in Mississauga at 7:00 p.m., Saturday March 17, 2007.
|...campaign could lead to Samurai sword ban - Wednesday, March 14, 2007|
A campaign by the Express & Echo, Exeter, to ban the sale of Samurai swords is set for victory after the Home Office said sale of the weapons could be outlawed by the end of the year.
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