Poor John Baird. He was seemingly bared from Conservative party leadership, so he had to take his huge pension early and try to hack it in the private sector.
If there was ever an argument for the separation of capital and state, its name is John Baird.
Canadian airways and rail lines are being operated at the very edge of disaster. Is it too soon to hope for a return to a responsible transport system?
rabble.ca reporter H. G. Watson interviews Chris Hedges on the protests against Bill C-51 taking place in 50 cities across Canada. Hedges was on his way to the Toronto protest, but his flight was diverted to Windsor.
A Quebec justice just nixed a Muslim woman's legal case because she would not hoist her hijab.
It feel like the Harper conservatives are openly courting the xenophobe vote in Canada.
Sun TV is off the air. Woo hoo!
No one likes seeing job loss in Canada, but Humberto "Not Rex" DaSilva is willing to make an exception for those paid haters at Sun News Network.
Why are police forces expanding and militarizing while crime is at its lowest in decades?
Hands Up, Don't Breathe.
The Harper government has spent over half a billion dollars on public service ads!
Wait, the Harper government doesn't believe in public service. What gives?
After the fall of the Berlin Wall, capitalism became the, well, exploitative monopoly of choice. And now we see public assests being privatized for the financial elite.
So where does this leave us? With the 1% grooming the 99% for more war.