Stephen Harper

Harper's mobs, oaths and long-term austerity plan

On the path "Stephen Harper has chosen for us."

Harper's "Hail Mary"

Grand Chief Stewart Phillip says the decision to appoint Jim Prentice to sell Northern Gateway to BC First Nations is too little too late.

Harper's Arctic vision to claim North Pole, Santa Claus

He’s making a list, checking it twice and going to find out who’s naughty or nice.  Ask just about any Canadian child who is eagerly anticipating the holidays, wide eyed and sugar-high, and they...

Satire: CNN’s JFK coverage provides a lesson for the CBC

Late last week, a ridiculous bombshell dropped in the news. John Kerry announced that he has “doubts” that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. Finally, an American who is willing to stand up and declare “...

Will Harper straighten up at the climate table?

With another round of international climate negotiations opening this week in Warsaw, Poland, and a new poll finding Canadians wanting leadership on the issue, Stephen Harper and his Conservative...

Greenpeace Comes "Home" to Protest a Short-Sighted Pipeline Project

Members of Greenpeace were back in Vancouver today where the famed (infamous?) organization started more than 40 years ago as a small ragtag group of people trying to stop nuclear testing in the...

Bill Maher Does Best Impression of Angry White Man

Bill Maher plays himself to a T.

Cabinet shuffle brings fresh faces and blur on environment

Young women and fresh faces marked Prime Minister Harper's cabinet shuffle today.  Former Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq replaced Peter Kent as environment minister,...

Preston Manning's advice on how to approach Conservatives about climate change

Jeffrey Simpson questions why the Harper government, which favours market solutions, has chosen to address climate change with regulations.

Nathan Cullen on Harper, Trudeau and finding his voice

The loss of Nigel Wright as chief of staff has hurt Prime Minister Harper deeply.  “The Prime Minister's loyalty to his inner circle is deep – very deep. That's why the Nigel Wright chief of...