The Canadian political landscape has a number of “elements” in play right now, all designed to confuse the hell out of the average Canadian voter.
I want to try to use this piece to dissect a couple of contentious activities. That’s your cue to grab a cup of coffee and snuggle in for a few minutes because this does not merit a quick glance.
Robo-calls, Voter Suppression, Voter Lists & Marketing
Many in the media are asking really stupid questions right now about the depth and breadth of capabilities with respect to tracking individuals, their voter preferences and so ...
The first time they get to Parliament, MPs take one look at the massive amount of money the federal government spends every year and decide it ought to be an easy thing to find the fat to trim.
"Every single minister of finance and every single president of the Treasury Board comes in with that exact statement and every single one of them has left with their tail between their legs when they finally realize that almost all the money is assigned to some program," said Don Drummond, the chief economist at TD Bank.
Before joining TD Bank, Drummond was one of the top bureaucrats at the federal ...
The Central Party of Canada is presently organizing to register the party with Elections Canada to run candidates in the next federal election. Their web site is at http://www.centralparty.ca , it is about time that Canadians had a party that will have their best interests in mind.
Federal Funding Available to Benefit Nova Scotia Communities The Honourable Peter MacKay, Regional Minister for Nova Scotia, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, and the Honourable Stephen McNeil, Nova Scotia Premier, celebrated today an agreement for the renewed federal Gas Tax Fund that provides predictable, stable funding for public infrastructure across the Province of Nova Scotia.
Media Advisory - Halifax, Nova Scotia Members of the media are invited to an important infrastructure event with the Honourable Peter MacKay, Regional Minister for Nova Scotia, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, and the Honourable Stephen McNeil, Nova Scotia Premier.