The Cons officially tell veterans they don't give a shit about them. "No special obligation". But then again, how do you come off as the good guy when you're fighting disabled veteran's in court? As well, the $200 million the Conservatives have promised in veterans support will be dispersed over 50 years. Not the six or seven originally promised.
Leona Aglukkaq actually admitted to some wrongdoing. She admits reading a newspaper while people tried to ask her questions in the House of Commons was a bad idea.
The Cons suggest that the Information Commissioner should "raise fees" for information requests if she can't make her budget. Never mind that the fees all go in to general revenue and charging more would have no impact on her budget.
Steve announces a pittance of funding for University science. And kicks the Health Research Grant program in the nuts, forcing researchers to hit up industry for matching funds. A masterstroke. Make research more difficult and make all the researchers beholden to industry.
The cover up is worse than the crime, right? Nobody would have noticed a report detailing RCMP aircraft flying overweight and pilots falsifying records. Okay. People would have noticed. But it's a lot bigger thing
The US is requiring us to pass laws in their favour to enter into the TPP.
Our homicide rate is the lowest it's been since 1966. Time to get tougher on crime.
An analysis of the Michael Sona conviction. Bad news for low level election workers, great news for candidates looking to commit future election fraud.
Many, many groups have come out in support of the full decriminalization of prostitution.
Strange, strange things are going on with the wheat board. Why does it need to be privatized?
There's now dueling audio experts in the surreptitious recording scandal.
The brother of our Multiculturalism Minister was arrested in a drug sting. Imagine that conversation with their parents.
Canada lost 10,000 jobs in November.
Why has nobody reported on the oil spill in Alberta?
Everybody freaks out when a politician or civil servant has high expenses. The Acting Human Rights Commissioner has been called out for $760 thousand in travel and living expenses over the past 8 years,
largely due to his living in Winnepeg and working in Ottawa. As he
points out, he'd move to Ottawa if he was named permanently to the gig.
So why have the Cons taken so long to find somebody permanent for this
Preston Manning has become a more palatable human since he left politics. He's in favour of carbon pricing. Or at least suggests the Conservatives should be.
We're selling off more consulates and properties in cities around the world. "Fire sale" the Globe calls it.
We've signed a "customs agreement" with China to share information. Nobody seems to know what this means.
Ahhh fuck these guys. The Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses want...oh who fucking cares? Special visas for their slave labour or something.