Is it possible that Patrick Brown, who resigned as Ontario Progressive Conservative leader, then joined the race for his old job three weeks later, could now be winning that strange contest? 477 more words
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Will you, won’t you, will you, won’t you, will you, won’t you join the dance. — Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland
The obligation to endure gives us the right to know. 4,088 more words
What can be said that hasn’t already been proclaimed all over global media as to what a twit we have for Prime Minister?
Trudeau’s trip to India surely has to have been one of the most gaffe-laden, mocked, and derided foreign visits in Canadian history. 189 more words
OTTAWA — The federal government is launching settlement talks for three proposed class-action lawsuits filed by former Canadian Forces members who say they experienced harassment and discrimination while in uniform. 751 more words
Former MPP says botched online voting system could spell disaster for Ontario PC leadership election
As if the Ontario Conservatives needed another controversy, a former Tory cabinet minister says glitches with the online voting system for the party’s leadership race could spell disaster, leaving thousands unable to cast a ballot. 670 more words
Justin Trudeau’s disastrous passage to India brought to mind Mark Twain’s pilgrimage to Europe and the Holy Land in the Innocents Abroad.
“In Paris, they simply opened their eyes and stared at us when we spoke to them in French! 883 more words
By Jim Bronskill and Jordan Press, THE CANADIAN PRESS
OTTAWA — The official Opposition is calling for an emergency committee meeting about how a man convicted of attempted murder wound up at a prime ministerial event in India. 1,123 more words