Updated 8:10 am November 22nd , 2014

DAVID AKIN - Harper needs more of his 'haters' to like Mulcair

DAVID AKIN

Harper needs more of his 'haters' to like Mulcair

2:35 pm, November 21st, 2014

Harper stays in office if more — though not too many more — think Mulcair is the best anti-Harper.

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City of Ottawa website hacked, replaced with cryptic message to cop

City of Ottawa website hacked, replaced with cryptic message to cop

Updated 7:30 am, November 22nd, 2014

7:39 pm, November 21st, 2014

The city of Ottawa website, ottawa.ca, was hacked just after 6 pm Friday and replaced with a cryptic, menacing message.

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EDITORIAL - Go West, millenials

EDITORIAL

Go West, millenials

7:35 am, November 22nd, 2014

At more than 70,000, that's enough millennials to form Manitoba or Saskachewan's third-largest city.

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Protests and arrests continue at site of Kinder Morgan pipeline project

Protests and arrests continue at site of Kinder Morgan pipeline project

1:49 pm, November 20th, 2014

Protesters continued their fight against the Kinder Morgan pipeline project on Burnaby Mountain outside Vancouver.

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US immigration overhaul
President Obama announces a huge overhaul to America's immigration system, but is he breaking the law?

Childish quarrels between politicians
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is demanding a meeting with Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who keeps turning down.

Nuremberg trials and human rights
Professor John Robson shares his thoughts on the Nuremberg Trials and its impact on history.

Burnaby pipeline protests
Problematic protesters tried in vain to interrupt an extension on a pipeline in Burnaby, BC.

   
 

Nuremberg trials and human rights

Professor John Robson shares his thoughts on the Nuremberg Trials and its impact on history.


Opening the floodgates?

Is Obama rewarding illegals at the expense of law-abiding immigrants?


Canadian greens funded

American anti-oilsands meddlers are funding radical Canadian environmentalists to attack Canadian resources.


Canada to contribute to the Green Climate Fund

Canada will donate large sums of money to developing countries to contribute to the grene climate fund.


US immigration overhaul

President Obama announces a huge overhaul to America's immigration system, but is he breaking the law?


Catch of the day

A father and son have discovered a potentially new species of dinosaur.


Refining bitumen in Alberta

It's a protectionist's dream.


New dumping ground?

It seems you cannot turn your head without seeing a crane or construction site in downtown Toronto.

Video of the day

Prince Charles sides with persecuted Christians

Prince Charles is speaking out urging Muslim leaders to educate other Muslims about the tragic persecution of Christians