|Climate talk dominates Parliament - Tuesday, January 30, 2007|
OTTAWA - Canada's federal politicians signaled a political climate shift yesterday in a spirited opening to the spring parliamentary session dominated by talk of the environment.
|CWB linked: International oil for food corruption - Tuesday, January 30, 2007|
Canadian Wheat Board linked to international oil for food corruption. A little known fact regarding the new "accountability act" passed by the Harper government, until now the inner workings and operations of the CWB were beyond the freedom of information act. Under the new act, It now has to divulge information that was previously kept secret -should someone ask.
|Censor seeks scary new precedent for election ads - Tuesday, January 30, 2007|
Patterson, the big Liberal donor, is getting ready to block Tory ads in the upcoming campaign. He knows thin-skinned Stephane Dion, the new Liberal leader, won't grant permission to the Tories to use footage of him saying foolish things.
|Canadian Goverment Joke - Tuesday, January 30, 2007|
An Alberta cowboy was over seeing his herd in a remote mountainous pasture when suddenly a brand new BMW advanced out of a cloud of dust towards him.
|Getting Things Done: One Year in Office - Monday, January 29, 2007|
A lot has happened since Canada’s New Government took office. After years of scandal and inaction that only benefited a privileged few, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his government are getting things done for families and taxpayers:
|Tories launch ad attack; Liberal chief Dion... - Sunday, January 28, 2007|
The new Tory attack ad titled "Stephane Dion Is Not A Leader" is shown in Ottawa, Sunday. (CP/Fred Chartrand). OTTAWA (CP) - The Conservatives are taking direct aim at Stephane Dion with a series of attack ads portraying the new Liberal leader as weak...
|Dion backtracks on return of party exile - Thursday, January 25, 2007|
QUEBEC -- Stéphane Dion was forced to backtrack yesterday from a controversial comment that he would allow back into the party a senior organizer who was.
|Metis rights court victory praised - local leaders - Thursday, January 25, 2007|
The president of the Manitoba Metis Federation is hailing an Alberta judge's decision to uphold the rights of Metis people to hunt and fish without a licence as a victory for Metis people in this province and across the land.
|Alleged carjacker shot in buttocks - Wednesday, January 24, 2007|
COLUMBIA, S.C. - A man trying to steal a car at gunpoint from a couple ended up being shot himself, Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott says. Harold Levar Jeffcoat, 29, was arrested at the hospital where he was being treated for a gunshot wound to the buttocks, Lott said.
|Army's assault rifles sold to bikie gangs - Wednesday, January 24, 2007|
STAFF at one of the Australian Defence Force's largest weapon storage facilities have for years allegedly been involved in stealing and rebirthing military issue firearms and selling them to outlaw motorcycle gangs. The claims are made in secret police intelligence documents that have been leaked to The Australian.
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