|Judges, lawyers warn about Tory plan - Monday, November 13, 2006|
OTTAWA—Canada's lawyers and judges are raising an alarm over Conservative plans to change the way lower court judges are appointed in Canada, saying the proposals threaten judicial independence.
|Rae tells Liberals his leadership will stifle NDP - Monday, November 13, 2006|
OTTAWA - Bob Rae says he can position the Liberals as the best option to take on Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservatives because his leadership will squeeze out the NDP.
|Independent Turner to `clarify' his future - Monday, November 13, 2006|
OTTAWA—Garth Turner, the Halton MP ousted from the Conservative caucus, plans to "clarify" his plans about possibly becoming Canada's first Green party MP at a news conference tomorrow.
|Klein won't apologize for Stronach 'bone' joke - Thursday, November 09, 2006|
Alberta Premier Ralph Klein is refusing to apologize for a crude joke about Liberal MP Belinda Stronach, told weeks after MacKay allegedly referred to her as a dog. ..."I wasn't surprised she crossed over. I don't think she ever had a Conservative bone in her body -- well, except for one," said Klein
|Liberal peace talks bog down - Thursday, November 09, 2006|
OTTAWA -- Talks to strike a deal to avert a divisive Liberal leadership convention battle over recognizing Quebec as a nation are stalling as the candidates spend more effort fighting over the controversy
|Tories walk Grit path - Wednesday, November 08, 2006|
By TOM BRODBECK. The Employment Insurance Commission this week announced a small cut to EI premiums effective Jan. 1, 2007. You'll...
|Ontario murder rate up - but still low - Wednesday, November 08, 2006|
... Police reported 222 victims killed by firearms in 2005, 49 more than the previous year. Handguns are becoming the firearm of choice...
|Grits sour on Grapes - Wednesday, November 08, 2006|
By JORGE BARRERA, OTTAWA SUN. Controversial CBC hockey commentator Don Cherry ignited a firestorm between MPs yesterday when he visited the House of Commons to meet with Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
|Unproven allegations costs Ignatieff campaign $1k - Tuesday, November 07, 2006|
OTTAWA -- Michael Ignatieff’s Liberal leadership campaign has been penalized $1,000 for making "unsubstantiated, inflammatory" allegations against rival Bob Rae's campaign in British Columbia.
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