Blog Profile / Stephen Taylor


URL :http://www.stephentaylor.ca/
Filed Under:Politics / Canadian Politics
Posts on Regator:246
Posts / Week:0.7
Archived Since:March 18, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Requiem for the regulators

Last week the CRTC, the government body that regulates radio, television and telecommunications in this country, got its hooks into Plenty of Fish, the Vancouver-based dating website, reeling in $48,000 in fines from the company under Canada’s new anti-spam legislation. Show More Summary

Let Ottawans use Uber if they wish

To conjure up the metaphor of the buggy-whip maker is to make a point about how the introduction of new technology to an industry has made old products obsolete. It has been used so often since the advent of the Internet and even more so with the ubiquity of today’s apps and smartphones, that it … Continue reading Let Ottawans use Uber if they wish

New Government leader in the Senate to be an elected one?

Earlier this month, Mulroney appointee and Harper lieutenant Marjorie LeBreton announced her retirement as Government…

Cabinet shuffle pre-shuffle information

There’s been a lot of speculation in Ottawa this week about the imminent cabinet shuffle…

Liberals use CBSA for translation services

Ottawa has been scandal-prone of late in its inappropriate use of taxpayer dollars. Here we…

Toronto’s flash flood and stormy weather on Vine

Toronto is getting a huge dump of rain at the moment and locals are posting…

Andrew Ference heads to the Edmonton Oilers

The former unrestricted free agent and former Boston Bruin Andrew Ference has signed with the…

HuffPo shows its cards

Here’s the latest leftwing click-bait from the Huffington Post on offer today, Stephen Harper’s Wireless…

This town is sick

In the news today, a taxpayer-funded Trudeau biographer, with notes from a taxpayer-funded partisan Liberal research…

Bob Rae resigns, who will replace him in Toronto Centre?

Yesterday, Bob Rae resigned from the House of Commons, giving up his Toronto Centre seat.…

Dave Rutherford to run for mayor of Calgary?

Will popular former radio take on Naheed Nenshi this fall in the Calgary mayoral election?…

OPP called in to investigate deleted McGuinty office emails

From the Canadian Press, The commissioner of the OPP confirmed Friday that his force is…

Brent Rathgeber has left the Conservative caucus

Brent Rathgeber has left the Conservative caucus and its a shame that it came to…

Secret ballot Private Member’s Bill tabled in the House of Commons

CPC MP Blaine Culkins: “Well thank you Speaker. I’m honoured to rise today to introduce…

Radio-Canada rebrands as “ici”

From, ahem, Canada.com, MONTREAL — The French-language CBC has announced plans to change its name.…

Was Tyrone Benskin’s PMB about himself?

Today, the Huffington Post reports, MONTREAL – The NDP has suspended a member from its…

Denis Coderre announces bid for mayor of Montreal

Denis Coderre announced today that he’s running for mayor of Montreal. We wish him the…

Let’s end partisan ten-percenters that are taxpayer-funded

The Conservatives have been making news lately for their attack ads on Justin Trudeau claiming…

CBC is hiring!

Casting call! Hello!   If you’re here to find instructions regarding a self tape audition…

Why Justin Trudeau’s new ad falls flat

The Liberal Party of Canada released a new ad last night featuring Justin Trudeau “turning…

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