|Canadian opposition parties set out priorities - Sunday, December 24, 2006|
Canada's opposition leaders outlined their priorities on spending and the environment on Sunday, but stopped short of saying when they might try to bring the minority Conservative government down.
|Wheat board employees get $1000 bonuses - Sunday, December 24, 2006|
It may have been a tumultuous year at the Canadian Wheat Board, but it ended on a happy note for employees - $1000 Christmas bonuses.
|Duceppe denies plan to topple government - Saturday, December 23, 2006|
OTTAWA - Bloc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe says he never suggested that he would try to bring down the minority Conservative government early in the new year unless the military mission in Afghanistan is refocused.
|Only Tories can deliver, Harper tells Quebecers - Thursday, December 21, 2006|
MIRABEL, QUE.–Beset by sagging poll numbers, Prime Minister Stephen Harper rolled into Quebec yesterday to shift the focus away from unpopular policies on the environment and Afghanistan by branding his Conservatives as the party that keeps its word...
|BC First Nation can hunt at night: Supreme Court - Thursday, December 21, 2006|
Two aboriginal men from British Columbia have the right to hunt deer at night with lights, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday. In a 4-3 decision, the court overturned the convictions of Ivan Morris and Carl Olsen, members of the Tsartlip First Nation of...
|Liebral Party renews their hate towards us. - Tuesday, December 19, 2006|
Montréal - The tragic shooting at Dawson College should convince the Conservative government to acknowledge the necessity for effective gun control in Canada, said Stéphane Dion, Leader of the Liberal Official Opposition, today.
Resolution #42: Automatic and Semi-automatic Weapons
WHEREAS automatic and semi-automatic weapons are illegal for hunting purposes; and
WHEREAS automatic and semi-automatic weapons do not support the hunting culture found in all parts of Canada;
|Ignatieff tapped as Liberal deputy leader - Monday, December 18, 2006|
'In this dream team, my dream was to have Michael Ignatieff as close to me as possible.'. Stéphane Dion has appointed Michael Ignatieff, a key rival in the race to head the federal Liberals, as his deputy leader
|Setting the Record Straight on Gun Control in Cali - Saturday, December 16, 2006|
... registration issue, DC Code prohibits a person from possessing a firearm in the ... The definitions came in part from federal law, Canada, and several other states ...
|Beverley Busson to head RCMP - Saturday, December 16, 2006|
OTTAWA - Deputy RCMP Commissioner Beverley Busson will temporarily assume responsibility for the Mounties, replacing Giuliano Zaccardelli who resigned amid controversy last week
|Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach rewards supporters - Saturday, December 16, 2006|
Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach shakes hands with Ted Morton, his Minister of Sustainable Resource Development during the swearing in ceremony for cabinet ministers at Government House in Edmonton, Friday.
|Bloc in no hurry for no-confidence, MP says - Saturday, December 16, 2006|
QUEBEC - A senior Bloc Québécois MP indicated yesterday that his party is in no hurry to defeat Prime Minister Stephen Harper's minority government.
|Montreal college shootings reignite fierce... - Thursday, December 14, 2006|
Kimveer Gill, of Laval, north of Montreal is shown in this undated photo taken from a website. When killer Gill walked into Dawson College armed with three...
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