Provincial NDP leader Andrea Horwath says she wants to keep an open dialogue between the government and the auto industry to ensure that jobs stay in Windsor and the province. 624 more words
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The National Post‘s Matt Gurney welcomes changes to Canada’s gun control laws that would eliminate the threat of sanction for “good-faith gun owners whose licences expire before they can be renewed (a process that can, inexcusably, drag on for months)”; relieve properly licensed handgun owners of the burden of applying for a separate permit to transport their weapons; make gun safety courses mandatory for licensees; and “make it easier for anyone convicted of a domestic assault to lose their firearms.” Sounds like common sense to us, too. 884 more words
After beginning a romantic relationship with a Quebec NDP MP, a staff member left her job in his constituency office earlier this year and was given a job in one of the party’s contentious satellite offices. 528 more words
Like many people in Canada who still have American citizenship, Pat is both scared and angry.
The semi-retired suburban Vancouver woman is trying to relinquish her U.S. 933 more words
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair is expressing alarm about “innocent civilians” being killed in the line of fire in Gaza, while also declaring that Israel has the right to defend itself against “unacceptable” rocket attacks by Hamas. 739 more words
The federal NDP wants the House of Commons to pay for the party’s legal costs in a lawsuit it filed against the House board that monitors MP spending. 601 more words