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Canadian Charter of Rights

 In the early 1980’s, then Prime Minister Trudeau began musing about a made in Canada Constitution.  Until that period in time human rights in Canada had been determined by way of various British parliamentary acts that had regulated the formation of Canada since 1867. 1,067 more words

Debating the Debates

Canada’s next federal election isn’t until October, but issues have already arisen about our leaders’ debates.

Debates are usually an important part of a Canadian election campaign: they provide an opportunity for the party leaders to discuss issues face-to-face, and allow voters to really see the difference between the candidates. 345 more words

Why Would the Opposition Take Debate?

Federal election 2015: Conservative move on election debates raises questions

Forget philosophical battles over free-market democracy – how, exactly, is this going to work?

By Kady O’Malley, Janyce McGregor, … 186 more words

Trudeau targeted with graphic anti-abortion flyers

Graphic anti-abortion flyers depicting Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and what’s purported to be a bloody aborted fetus landed on hundreds of Mississauga doorsteps Tuesday.

Created by the Campaign Life Coalition (CLC), the flyers are being distributed in 20 ridings across the country, where the group believes it can turn the tide in the next federal election. 394 more words


C51 Passed. Oh Brother, You Are So Big.

  Well it is all over folks. Warm up the bus. Just go home and take all our anti-C51 “propaganda” with you. Leave no trace. We knew it was going to happen all along. 459 more words


Harper, You've Been Served...

“Woke up this mornin’ feelin’ fine…”

Despite every contrary  act of the Harperoids, have to say that today is a good day..yes, C-51 passed, and, notably, with the self-destructive Junior Trudeau’s tacit approval…Omar Khadr may  get bail, and, realizing how mean-tempered and petty Harper can be, I’m sure he’s doing everything he can, legitimate and otherwise, to prevent it…there is news today that the Cons  managed to somehow neglect to spend 97 million earmarked for social services…Duffy’s lawyer is making  mincemeat of the prosecution, while simultaneously holding up the Senate and its non-rules for public vilification.. 219 more words

Justin Trudeau Tax Scheme: a Mess


 We all started to get the idea that seniors had no place in Justin Trudeau’s demographics long ago.  His infamous “dope plan” was clearly aimed at attracting vote support from young voters.  456 more words