I'd like to thank the Franklin expedition for definitively settling the irritating argument between the private sector and the public sector over who's the problem and who's the solution.
Politics in Canada
B.C. needs to learn from the Exxon Valdez spill and put solid legal protection and regulations in place prior to spills, especially with the pending Kinder Morgan pipeline approval.
More than 30,000 B.C. teachers voted "yes" to return to classes -- if the B.C. Liberal government will agree to send to arbitration all the issues except for those related to court decisions.
Does the word 'privatization' strike fear in your heart? That's why the B.C. Liberals are calling it 'School Choice'.
The Franklin Expedition discovery reveals the Harper government is rapidly sinking. In future centuries there will, however, be no attempt to raise the political remains of the S.S. Stephen Harper.
With Ottawa's deficit about to turn into a surplus, we'll soon be able to fulfill our pent-up dream of splurging on the military. Investing in public health care? Harper has already ruled that out.
Over the past 13 years, the War on Terror has been one of linguistic and legal contortions that allow the state to fortify itself with increasing policing and surveillance powers.
David J. Climenhaga
It is ironic that the same government that poured dollars into Prime Minister Stephen Harper's pet science project actively pursues a policy of science denial and science suppression.
The Harper government's response to the Supreme Court's Bedford decision that struck down Canada's prostitution laws is still before Parliament. Hardly anyone seems to like everything it contains.
CUPW will deliver over 10,000 postcards protesting the failure of Lisa Raitt to consult with the public on a postal charter review and the sweeping changes announced by Canada Post.