Steven Harper has done nothing to dispel the opposition's mistrust in the two weeks since he suspended Parliament.
Fifty-one percent of Canadians believe that the Prime Minister of Canada is elected by direct vote.
Bob Rae steps aside to allow Michael Ignatieff assume the leadership of Canada's federal Liberal party.
Prime Minister Steven Harper has received permission from the Governor-General to suspend Parliament until January 26th
Steven Harper and the Conservative Party of Canada could very well have a majority government by October 15th.
British Columbia's Supreme Court declared that allowing addicts to inject drugs in a safe, medically supervised environment is a matter of sensible health care.
Isn't it time to stop saying no, and start saying yes to safe injection sites?
It seems that logic, reason, and statistical evidence mean nothing to people like the Prime Minister of Canada and his fellow travellers.
You can't just wish away history or whisk it under the rug as if it never happened.
Through the 1960s it was easy to portray Canada as a happy, multicultural paradise.
Fear of something because you don't understand it is the behaviour of a coward, and intolerance is the coward's defence against fear.
Politicians don't even like themselves enough to give people reasons to vote for them.
If Rick Mercer Report can make an iconoclast like me think seriously about why I love my country, think what it can do for you.
Sixteen billion dollars is a fair chunk of change and I think I'd like to know how they made their decisions, wouldn't you?
If the government was serious about wanting to protect our country they would defend our Arctic territories and coastal waters.
Ensure eveyone believes what you tell them...suppress any evidence that contradicts you.
the grass has gotten pretty brown and the running water has slowed to a trickle.
The "War On Drugs" has proven to be a failure, isn’t it time we tried a different approach?
there is no reason that any child in Canada should be going to bed hungry at night or without a roof over their head.
a government who cared about the people it sent overseas would treat their families with respect and compassion.