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HÉBERT: Quebec campaign going Harper’s way

HÉBERT: Quebec campaign going Harper’s way

Latest Conservative ad could violate government's own anti-terror law | CTV News

Latest Conservative ad could violate government's own anti-terror law

Netflix suspends production of 'House of Cards.' Comes day after saying season 6 would be its last.

Group home agency settles human rights dispute with RM - NewsWinnipeg.

International bill of digital rights: call from 500 writers around the world | World news | The GuardianClockwise Martin Amis, Arundhati Roy, Tom Stoppard, Margaret Atwood, Don DeLillo, Richard Ford, Henning Mankell, Günter Grass, Michael Ondaatje, Ian McEwan, Orhan Pamuk and others

International bill of digital rights: call from 500 writers around the world

- 500 signatories include five Nobel prize winners - Writers demand 'digital bill of rights' to curb abuses More than 500 of the world's leading authors, including five Nobel prize winners, have condemned the scale of state surveillance revealed.

Parliament used to annually review the billions of dollars the government borrowed until it unwittingly gave away that power in a clause buried in a budget bill that went unnoticed until it was too...

Parliament lost scrutiny of borrowing in omnibus budget bill

Canada's reputation worsens: global poll

Canada's reputation worsens: global poll

Canada's image in the world has weakened sharply in the past year, an international poll suggests.

Tories plead guilty in campaign financing case Canada’s governing Conservative party has admitted to illegal campaign advertising tactics in the 2006 campaign that brought Stephen Harper to power.

Tories plead guilty in campaign financing case

Tories plead guilty in campaign financing case Canada’s governing Conservative party has admitted to illegal campaign advertising tactics in the 2006 campaign that brought Stephen Harper to power.

Gregor Robertson joins global group of mayors at Vatican to talk climate change

Gregor Robertson joins global group of mayors at Vatican to talk climate change

By closing the Health Council of Canada, Stephen Harper is abandoning national medicare

By closing the Health Council of Canada, Stephen Harper is abandoning national medicare Stephen Harper’s Conservative government is abandoni.

Harper’s enforcer: Meet Jenni Byrne, the most powerful woman in Ottawa

Harper’s enforcer: Meet Jenni Byrne, the most powerful woman in Ottawa

Tory campaign director mirrors Stephen Harper’s style - Tory campaign director Jenni Byrne poses with Prime Minister Stephen Harper. She was pulled from the campaign bus and returned to Ottawa earlier in September.

Ten reasons not to bet the farm on fracking | Vancouver Observer

We’re told that LNG is needed to keep growth and progress alive. The planned development of LNG would lock BC into fifty more years of increased fossil fuel production.

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The age of entitlement: how wealth breeds narcissism

The asshole effect: how the rich are more likely to feel entitled, to exploit others, and to cheat: The age of entitlement: how wealth breeds narcissism, article from The Guardian

Elections commissioner won't take Guelph robocalls case further

Investigators are not taking any steps to contact a key figure in the Guelph robocalls case, despite a judicial finding that others were likely involved with the scheme that sent Conservative campaign worker Michael Sona to jail late last year.

The new bollards and concrete planters around the Langevin Block, which houses the Prime Minister's Office, on Wellington Street in Ottawa.

The new bollards and concrete planters around the Langevin Block, which houses the Prime Minister's Office, on Wellington Street in Ottawa.

Conservative minister screws up racially divisive e-mail to supporters | Press Progress

Conservative minister screws up racially divisive e-mail to supporters

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