Michael Sona has to wait until next month to find out how much time he’s spending in jail for being convicted of participating in a nefarious scheme to defraud Guelph voters of their votes.
Saskatoon’s civic politicians are responsible for a City Manager who lost the City a month of transit service, at a price of over $1,000,000. Time for a firing, and maybe a few Councillors and the Mayor will lose their seats next time.
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It’s about damn time someone in the MSM noted the obvious. This isn’t akin to calling Harper a Nazi; It’s about calling a spade a spade. Hijacking news footage for propaganda purposes, is entirely unethical for any political party.
Harper’s latest “nefarious scheme” should be called out for what it is. Too bad this sort of thing isn’t enough to change more minds about him.
TransCanada wants to use an old pipe that was designed for another product, and send tarsand bitumen through it, under Regina and many communities.
What municipalities are crazy enough to allow this?
TransCanada is a bit like someone offering to host a hot tub party while they know they have explosive diarrhea.
“Oz: The Great and Powerful” [9/10] made me think the TV was malfunctioning when it started, because it’s at half the screen size and black and white. This is by design, to give it an old and otherworldly appearance. It’s a clever movie though, and if you enjoyed Wizard of Oz, you’ll probably like this one too.
ADDED: “White House Down” [5/10] has enjoyable action movie moments, but is so unbelievable as to almost be spoiled by it. Given the Secret Service screw-ups at the White House recently, maybe it’s not all too far fetched.
All signs are pointing to no. And the railway companies are starting to ship way more goods much more explosive than Canadian grain.