Socialize

RSS Feed
Home » Archives by category » Politics (Page 52)

Canadians rights activists fear for lives after being falsely linked to anti-Muslim movie

OTTAWA — Two Canadian human-rights activists say they fear for their lives after being wrongly identified as having some connection to an anti-Muslim film that has sparked riots and protests…

RCMP ‘sting’ leads to new murder trial for father of drowned twin Newfoundland girls

The woman’s voice sounds weary. This story, she says, drags on, and on, and the two little girls at the heart of it, well, they deserve better. They are the…

N.S. vows to tighten psychiatric hospital releases after gay activist beaten to death

N.S. vows to tighten psychiatric hospital releases after gay activist beaten to death

HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia government is promising to act on a review that found “significant gaps” in controls placed on patients who are given temporary release from a Halifax…

N.S. vows to tighten psychiatric hospital releases after gay activist beaten to death

N.S. vows to tighten psychiatric hospital releases after gay activist beaten to death

HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia government is promising to act on a review that found “significant gaps” in controls placed on patients who are given temporary release from a Halifax…

Accused Quebec election-night shooter was convinced a PQ win would hurt business: friends

Accused Quebec election-night shooter was convinced a PQ win would hurt business: friends

LA CONCEPTION, Que. — The man accused in the fatal shooting at a Parti Quebecois victory bash feared that anything but a Liberal election win would hurt him financially, according…

Accused Quebec election-night shooter was convinced a PQ win would hurt business: friends

Accused Quebec election-night shooter was convinced a PQ win would hurt business: friends

LA CONCEPTION, Que. — The man accused in the fatal shooting at a Parti Quebecois victory bash feared that anything but a Liberal election win would hurt him financially, according…

The privilege of sworn secrecy: As member of the Privy Council, Mulcair becomes Queen’s newest advisor

The privilege of sworn secrecy: As member of the Privy Council, Mulcair becomes Queen’s newest advisor

NDP leader Thomas Mulcair is now the Honourable Thomas Mulcair, PC following his appointment to the Queen’s Privy Council. Technically speaking, the position makes Mr. Mulcair a personal advisor to…

Vancouver councillor to bring shark fins to city hall in campaign to ban their sale

  Kerry Jang says he’ll use a couple props from his mother’s closet today to kick off his campaign to ban the sale and trade of shark fins in much…

Canadian flag taken down, replaced with Fleur-de-lis, at Quebec legislature as PQ takes oath of office

Canadian flag taken down, replaced with Fleur-de-lis, at Quebec legislature as PQ takes oath of office

QUEBEC — The Canadian flag was removed from its spot inside the Quebec legislature as members of the pro-independence Parti Quebecois took the oath of office Monday. The removal of…

CGI Testified at U.S. Senate Hearing on Government IT Savings, Innovation

Toronto News, (PR) July 21 2012 Innovative shifts in technology can springboard government into a new era of efficiency, effectiveness, and transparency. This message of harnessing the power of technology…