|Vote for Ted Morton on Saturday - Thursday, November 23, 2006|
This is a party election, not a government election. The rules are different, and there are fewer voting locations
|CANADA’S NEW GOVERNMENT TACKLES GUN CRIME... - Thursday, November 23, 2006|
TORONTO – Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced that Canada’s New Government is delivering on another of its campaign commitments by introducing amendments to the Criminal Code to provide a “reverse onus” in bail hearings for offenses involving firearms.
|Liberals to support Harper's 'nation' plan - Thursday, November 23, 2006|
Stephen Harper's declaration aimed at heading off a separatist Bloc Québécois motion calling on Parliament to recognize Quebeckers as a nation — but with.
|Ignatieff ignited latest Quebec debate - Thursday, November 23, 2006|
Michael Ignatieff's call for constitutional recognition of Quebec as a nation has caused a rift in the Liberal party, which will select a new leader next month.
|Newest Liberals: 2 Cats and deceased grandmother - Tuesday, November 21, 2006|
Quebec -- At least two cats and a deceased grandmother became full-fledged federal Liberal Party members, obtaining the right to vote in the delegate selection process to determine who will attend next week's convention to decide the next party leader
|Firearms: the farce continues... - Tuesday, November 21, 2006|
Yesterday morning my firearms possession and acquisition licence, renewed for five years, arrived in my mailbox. I had submitted a request to the Canada Firearms Centre (CAFC) in Miramachi, New Brunswick a few weeks ago. Much to my surprise, however, the envelope contained not only my licence but also the licence of another firearms owner! I didn't even want to think about navigating through the CAFC maze to resolve this error. It would be easier simply to forward the licence to its rightful owner, who was probably impatiently awaiting its arrival.
|Tories mull media strategy - Sunday, November 19, 2006|
The good news for Stephen Harper is that he remains the guiding star for the Conservative caucus. He led the party to power and there are no signs of cracks in its loyalty to him.
|Gun Control: Examining the 2005 FBI Crime Stats - Sunday, November 19, 2006|
Yes, violent crime rates increased in 2005, especially in the categories of murder and robbery. Most of this increase occurred in large metropolitan areas and in cities not part of a larger metropolitan area that reside in non-RTC states. Right-to-carry (RTC) communities are generally the safest places to live, and non-metropolitan counties in RTC states are the safest places for women. So the next time a gun controller says we need to ban guns because crime is going up, kindly give them this paper and remind them that they have already contributed enough, thank you very much.
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