In B.C. alone 300 people will die from workplace exposure to asbestos this year. But no political party with significant Quebec representation in Parliament has the guts to call for a ban.
Canada faces its most severe economic crisis since the 1930s, and the Liberal Party -- the official opposition -- says nothing about what needs to be done to improve the economy.
In less than a month, Michael Ignatieff’s new book, True Patriot Love, will be out on the shelves. Meanwhile, mystery swirls around the progress of Stephen Harper’s tome on the history of hockey.
The Harper team is getting ready for a dash to election. It has totally revamped the Conservative party in Quebec, where it now claims 22,000 members, up from only about 1,000 in 2006.
Israel is now a state among nations and must be held to account, not absolved for fear of igniting a new Holocaust.
The tar and Canada's line in the sands have exploded this week in an uncanny combination of hugely high-profile political and economic events on both sides of the border.
rabble.ca editor Derrick O'Keefe says the Liberal leader's many inconsistencies can be understood through the lens of his total identification with military and political power.
To defeat the government, or not to defeat the government, that was the question. Will Ignatieff's decision have tragic consequences for himself and the country? (Image: Tigana)
Tories live on, for now, but budget goodie bag won't sweeten consumer confidence.
Michael Ignatieff began his press conference in Ottawa today by saying that the Harper government's budget was deeply flawed. For a moment, I thought he was about to do something interesting.