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Season Three ‘Arrow’ Reveals Colton Haynes In Full Arsenal Costume

last weekOdd : Nerd Bastards

When we last saw Roy Harper (Colton Haynes), he’d recovered from the Mirakuru cure, was given a red mask, and while wearing the mask and his trade mark red hoodie, he helped Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and company (David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards) save the city from Slade Wilson’s (Manu Bennett) Mirakuru fueled army. What will […]

Canadian Prime Minister Condemns Obama, West for Not Supporting Israel

In a stunning rebuke of President Obama’s tepid calls for Israel to show "restraint" in response to daily rocket fire on Israeli civilian targets by Hamas terror redoubts in Gaza, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, long considered...Show More Summary

What real support for Israel looks like

(Paul Mirengoff) Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement about the situation in Israel: The indiscriminate rocket attacks from Gaza on Israel are terrorist acts, for which there is no justification. Show More Summary

Analysts Like These Undervalued Canadian Companies With A Green Reputation

By Kapitall: A new article in Pacific Standard reveals that Canada's environmental efforts have fallen to the wayside as Prime Minister Stephen Harper pushes to transform the country into a global energy superpower, most notably with the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. Show More Summary

Really, Canada? This is What You Call a Breakdown in Church/State Separation?

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper did something a couple of days ago that wouldn't even generate a raise of an eyebrow in the United States. Celebrating Canada Day on July 1, he tweeted this seemingly innocuous message: God bless you all, and God keep our true north, strong and free! #cdnpoli #CanadaDay

In Friday’s Sun: will by-elections mean bye-bye?

As by-election results rolled in on the evening of June 30, did Prime Minister Stephen Harper start contemplating the location of the nearest exit door? It’s possible. After all, the quartet of by-elections arguably gave him plenty of cause for concern. In the Alberta riding of Fort McMurray-Athabasca, his party’s candidate won handily, as most [...]

Pipelines and First Nations

Can Canada's indigenous communities stop Prime Minister Stephen Harper from turning the country into a petrostate?

Two questions about last night’s by-elections

Question one: watching last night’s results, did Stephen Harper think once or twice about resigning, and finally going to make some real money somewhere? Probably. Question two: if he goes, what are the implications for Justin Trudeau and Tom Mulcair? That last one has me somewhere between “it doesn’t matter at all” and “holy cow, [...]

Harper Betrayed BC when he said Yes to the Northern Gateway Pipeline

Originally Published on the ECOreport Accepting the pipeline was an abdication of responsibility.  It is fitting that neither Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper or his cabinet stayed in parliament remained behind to talk to reporters. Show More Summary

Suzuki: Harper Didn’t Have the “Courage” to Present and Defend Northern Gateway Approval

David Suzuki isn’t surprised the federal government approved the contentious Northern Gateway pipeline Tuesday, but he is surprised Prime Minister Stephen Harper didn’t have the “courage” to announce the decision to Canadians. Suzuki...Show More Summary

Will The Northern Gateway Pipeline Proposal Go Forward?

Originally Published in the ECOreport  With a decision imminent, a group of prominent Canadian politicians and businessmen are calling on Prime Minister Stephen Harper to approve the Northern Gateway pipeline project. The Premier’s of...Show More Summary

The “job-killing” carbon tax

Tony Abbott hasn’t exactly covered himself in glory on his overseas trip. But he has found one ally: Canadian PM (at least until next years election) Stephen Harper, also a climate denialist. They made a joint statement denouncing carbon taxes as “job killing”. I didn’t notice any massive destruction of jobs when the carbon price/tax […]

Australian PM Tony Abbott Travels The World To Drum Up Anti-Climate Action Coalition

Australian prime minister Tony Abbott met with Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper this week. Abbott wants to find a way to thwart carbon pricing and other global attempts to mitigate climate change. The post Australian PM Tony Abbott Travels The World To Drum Up Anti-Climate Action Coalition appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Canada Reconsidering Joining US Missile Defense Shield

Canada has not changed its position on not joining the U.S. missile defense shield, but is examining its stance given changing global circumstances, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Thursday.Speaking in Brussels at the end of aShow More Summary

Canada's Stephen Harper 1st Western Leader to Meet New Ukrainian President After Inauguration

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is the first Western leader to meet with Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko after his inauguration on Saturday. "I am here on behalf of the government of Canada to express our solidarity withShow More Summary

How to watch 2014 MLB Draft online with live streaming

The draft is back on and MLB Network this year, with coverage of every pick for all 40 possible rounds. With stars like Stephen Strasburg and Bryce Harper headlining recent MLB drafts, what was once the domain of baseball's nerdiest...Show More Summary

Crowdscrounging pennies to support Canada's most important environmental research

2 months agoOdd : Boing Boing

When Stephen Harper's petrotories yanked funding from the Experimental Lakes Area -- Canada's answer to the Large Hadron Collider, a captive ecosystem where some of the world's most important environmental research has been conducted...Show More Summary

In Friday’s Sun: coalition volition

It was Kathleen Wynne’s campaign event, but it was also a testament to Stephen Harper’s political skills. Let us explain. There the Ontario Liberal leader was, on Wednesday: in a Toronto–area classroom, a gaggle of smiling kindergarten kids gathered behind her. She was there to announce something or the other, but it doesn’t really matter [...]

Appointment of Daniel Therrien

2 months agoIndustries / Law : Law is Cool

-  Ann Barrow, Paralegal Student, Centennial College   While the issue of the newly nominated Daniel Therrien, current Assistant Deputy Solicitor General, by Prime Minister Stephen Harper for the position of privacy watchdog appears to be merely a political issue, its impact on privacy issues is paramount. Alex Boutilier offers a neutral critique of the […]

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper loves the Montreal Canadiens

2 months agoSports : The Early Lead

Montreal Canadiens fans are a devoted bunch. For example, after Tuesday night’s game against the New York Rangers, Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper took to social media to express his support. Seeing as though the rest of his tweets are exclusively about Canadian politics, taking a moment to express his love for the Habs after […]

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