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Trudeau hits Gastown
Once upon a time, liberal arts degrees were golden tickets to success, guaranteed. Such were the words of English Lit/ Education major and Liberal MP Justin Trudeau who spoke to party faithful...
Sep 14th, 2012
Nathan Cullen praises Mulcair and reflects on NDP leadership race
His voice hoarse from a "stunning" third-place finish at Saturday's NDP leadership convention, northern BC's Nathan Cullen told VO Mulcair is proving to be a good choice for New Democrats.
David P. Ball
Mar 26th, 2012
Harper's government of waning hope
On Sunday, to mark the fifth anniversary of his reign, Stephen Harper said that his Conservative government has governed on "hope". Surely, Mr. Harper must be kidding? Or does he just think that...
Daniel D. Veniez
Jan 25th, 2011
City and feds fight racism with funds
Calling on the city to "build a safer and more inclusive city where discrimination, where racism, and bullying no longer exist," Mayor Gregor Robertson announced that Citizenship and Immigration...
Jan 10th, 2011
Canada's most irritating activist gets the job done
By his own description, Don Chapman is irritating. Politicians grow weary of hearing from him, he says. But he never gives up. His persistence has made him immensely effective in gaining the...
Linda Solomon Wood
Jul 6th, 2010
Canadian Government to Fund Infastructure Project Named After National Hockey League Coach
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, accompanied by Christian Paradis, Minister of Natural Resources, and Denis Lebel, Minister of State for the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of...
Mar 26th, 2010