Politics Archive

  • Toronto city Mayor Rob Ford was recently indicted in his conflict of interest trial. The ruling will take 14 days to take effect, giving the city, and Ford, time to adjust.

    The Ford Story; a story of Toronto

    Toronto city Mayor Rob Ford was recently indicted in his conflict of interest trial. The ruling will take 14 days to take effect, giving the city, and Ford, time to adjust.

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  • After eight years in office representing the Liberal Party, Dalton McGuinty has resigned from his post as Ontario’s premier. McGuinty has been historically been dubbed the “Education Premier” because of...

    Dalton McGuinty Steps Down

    After eight years in office representing the Liberal Party, Dalton McGuinty has resigned from his post as Ontario’s premier. McGuinty has been historically been dubbed the “Education Premier” because of...

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  • Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez was re-elected on October 7, gaining a fourth-term in office after an election campaign that galvanized both sides of the political spectrum in an already polarized...

    Venezuela President Chavez Wins Re-Election

    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez was re-elected on October 7, gaining a fourth-term in office after an election campaign that galvanized both sides of the political spectrum in an already polarized...

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  • Another week, and another batch of pressing news stories around the world. Collected and dissected here for your viewing pleasure at the Weekly Top 10: 1. Felix Baumgartner jumped from...

    Weekly Top 10: News

    Another week, and another batch of pressing news stories around the world. Collected and dissected here for your viewing pleasure at the Weekly Top 10: 1. Felix Baumgartner jumped from...

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  • Welcome to the Weekly Top 10! Ever wonder what were the most important things that happened in the week were? Ever wish for a nice short summary of just the...

    Weekly Top 10: News

    Welcome to the Weekly Top 10! Ever wonder what were the most important things that happened in the week were? Ever wish for a nice short summary of just the...

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  • The first of the three presidential debates took place Wednesday, Oct. 3rd with Republican candidate Mitt Romney coming out strong. Issues included domestic healthcare and tax regulations.

    President Obama debates Governor Romney on Domestic Affairs

    The first of the three presidential debates took place Wednesday, Oct. 3rd with Republican candidate Mitt Romney coming out strong. Issues included domestic healthcare and tax regulations.

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  • Welcome to the Weekly Top 10! Where the top stories around the world are collected and put right here: Pakistani Governmental Minister places $100,000 reward for the killing of the...

    Weekly Top 10: News

    Welcome to the Weekly Top 10! Where the top stories around the world are collected and put right here: Pakistani Governmental Minister places $100,000 reward for the killing of the...

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  • With a Parliamentary structure that entails a fusion of both executive and legislative command into a single governmental branch, the manifestation of political rule in Canada can be traditionally defined...

    The future of the party system in Canada

    With a Parliamentary structure that entails a fusion of both executive and legislative command into a single governmental branch, the manifestation of political rule in Canada can be traditionally defined...

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  • What you see in Canada’s 2012 Federal Budget is entirely constructed by the political freewill of Stephen Harper and his finance minister Jim Flaherty.

    Harper releases his first major budget

    What you see in Canada’s 2012 Federal Budget is entirely constructed by the political freewill of Stephen Harper and his finance minister Jim Flaherty.

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  • Last week, Stephen Harper’s Public Safety Minister Vic Toews urged Canadians to surrender to the government their Charter Right that guarantees protection against “unreasonable search or seizure.”

    Vic Toews’ Orwellian surveillance regime

    Last week, Stephen Harper’s Public Safety Minister Vic Toews urged Canadians to surrender to the government their Charter Right that guarantees protection against “unreasonable search or seizure.”

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