Duffy Deletes Descriptions of Dwellings

Part of the "Ol' Duff's Day in Court" series.   There’s an old saying that says every accused deserves a day in court. There’s also an Ol’ Duff, accused of bribery, fraud, and breach of trust, who ha...

Platformless NDP Surges in Alberta

Despite its youth, the Alberta election campaign is already one of the most interesting this country has ever seen. Mere days after PC Premier Jim Prentice called an election for early May, his party has tanked...

Activist Misses Mark with Misses Harper

The Day of Pink is not an early-hours strip club, but rather an initiative to promote inclusion and prevent bullying. As with every successful social media-based campaign, participation in the Day of Pink requi...

Oliver Prepares to D-D-D-D-D-D-Drop the Budget

For the last few months, Joe Oliver has been travelling the world to try new substances and experiment with his free spirit. That would be a fun explanation for why the Finance Minister hasn’t yet tabled a budg...

CRTC to Implement Price Controls

Do you pay for cable or satellite TV? If so, I have some good news and bad news. The bad news is that you’re a sucker. The good news is that your TV bill is about to come down a bit. The CRTC recently decided t...

Government Considers Video Games As Teaching Tool

Why waste hours with other students in a classroom when you could waste hours alone in your basement? Many large companies, including Canada’s federal government, are asking this question when they consider how...

Greg Rickford Sticks Out Tongue

On Thursday, in the House of Commons, Conservative cabinet minister Greg Rickford stuck out his tongue and mouthed “blah blah blah” at Liberal MPs across the floor. Canadians from coast to coast freaked out—or ...

RCMP Says Redford Off the Hook

Last Friday was a good day to be former Premier of Alberta Alison Redford. Why, you ask? Was she jet setting and taking in the Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand? Vacationing on the Mayan Riviera du...