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A history of broken promises, lies, and behaviour that runs counter to their expressed ideals? It seems that when it comes to the Conservatives, Canadians couldn’t care less. Continue reading
Stephen Harper is set to be both the puncher and the boxer in this first round of the House of Commons. Continue reading
The Green Party needs to do a better job getting the message out, or it will be doomed to remain a fringe party despite having a solid platform. Continue reading
Examining the positives and negatives of a decentralized federal government, and where the line should be drawn. Continue reading