Former prime minister Brian Mulroney once described him as the “always entertaining and able Pat MacAdam,” and for many decades in Ottawa, those qualities earned him a place at the centre of action in this city. 890 more words
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New Brunswick native John Peters Humphrey was the principal drafter of the United Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Adopted unanimously by the General Assembly on December 10, 1948, this document established the importance of Human Rights through out the world. 1,428 more words
If Canadian politics is not broken, as the CBC frames the question, then it certainly is seriously bent. For one thing, we are desperately short one centre-right political movement. 809 more words
Louis Hobson was a teenage boy in Blairmore in the late 1950s, when a true crime story captured the country’s attention.
That was the murder of 14-year-old Lynne Harper, near the Clinton Air Base. 634 more words