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Karl Nerenberg | The self-styled "Duffster" will now repay the many thousands of dollars in secondary residence allowance he had happily pocketed when nobody was paying too close attention.
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Karl Nerenberg | The problem for the NDP leadership is that the very idea of in any way recognizing the legitimacy of a 50%+1 vote on sovereignty may be inherently troubling to a great many people.
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Karl Nerenberg | The news that 3,000 young Aboriginal people died while in the care of residential schools should not come as a shock.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, John Duncan, has just resigned because of an inappropriate letter he wrote to the Tax Court on behalf of a constituent.
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Karl Nerenberg | In the entire history of Canada no majority government has had such minimal and weak representation from Quebec as Harper's.
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Karl Nerenberg | Conservatives still can't seem to get their story straight on this episode. The Prime Minister told the House that the Party was simply taking part in a normal process, and had broken no rules.
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Karl Nerenberg | Harper's is the first Canadian government to quite deliberately try to demonize the environment and environmentalists.
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Karl Nerenberg | The government's unseemly foot-dragging would seem to be the real story here, not some fanciful notion that Page has strayed from his mandate.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Canadian government has been paying for ads telling Roma people in Hungary that if they seek asylum in Canada they will likely be sent home in short order.
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Karl Nerenberg | The government has not appeared to welcome Kevin Page's dedication to openness, transparency, and -- frankly -- the truth.
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Karl Nerenberg | George Santayana's oft-misquoted aphorism about those who forget their history being condemned to repeat it has never been truer.
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Karl Nerenberg | On Friday there was a three hour "Government-First Nations" meeting in the impenetrable Langevin Building that houses the Prime Minister's inner sanctum.