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And just like that, the NCC's a problem again

The Conservatives nearly saved the National Capital Commission from being this city’s bogeyman. It took years of hard work. And then they messed it up. 733 more words

Politics

John Baird's post-politics Twitter feed is a bizarre menagerie of cat photos, Simpsons references

When he was foreign affairs minister, John Baird’s Twitter account was a highly professional itemization of diplomatic meetings, Conservative Party initiatives and official statements of condolence and support. 891 more words

News

Reevely: This election is about Nepean, Surrey and Mississauga

This election will be won in Nepean. Also Surrey and Mississauga and Pickering. But if you want to see the fight of the next two months in microcosm, look at Nepean. 673 more words

National

Anonymous threatens to release text messages from John Baird that allegedly reveal 'real reason' he left politics

Hackers with Anonymous — who last week leaked a seemingly legitimate secret document on cyber-security at Canada’s spy agency — threatened Wednesday to release decrypted text messages from former Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird allegedly showing the “real reason” why he abruptly left politics. 788 more words

Canada

Government accused of deliberately delaying Canadian's prison-transfer from Ethiopia

Ottawa has dropped the ball in the prison-transfer of a Canadian citizen serving a life sentence in Ethiopia, according to Said Maktal, a cousin of the prisoner. 684 more words

Canada

The Gargoyle - Former Poilievre aide nominated as Conservative candidate in Nepean

Ethnic politics helped elect a former aide to Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre as the party’s candidate in the new riding of Nepean, a losing contender for the nomination alleged Monday. 602 more words

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Rex Murphy: Without his cabinet stars, Harper is left to sell himself. And that's not something he's very good at

Due to a mixture of causes — professional, personal and legal — the Conservatives have been losing some of the biggest names on their front bench. 863 more words

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