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Canadian F-35 Document Leak Confuses Fighter Procurement

Canadian defence sector stakeholders are scratching their heads yet again, following the leak earlier this month that suggested the government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper has not been upfront regarding its jet fighter procurement...Show More Summary

Justin Trudeau to protesters: 'Take a minute to explain'; Harper would've had them tackled and arrested

What a remarkable contrast! As we know, Stephen Harper has such tight restrictions at his events, only card-carrying Conservatives with long party histories can get in. No one except the most elite gets anywhere close to him. And most definitely, uninvited guests or average Canadians get zero chance to interact with him, let alone speak to the crowd. Show More Summary

Stephen Harper’s Anti-Labor, Anti-Science Agenda Pushes Union To Speak Out For The First Time

Critics have accused the Harper government of "muzzling" its climate and environmental scientists. The post Stephen Harper’s Anti-Labor, Anti-Science Agenda Pushes Union To Speak Out For The First Time appeared first on ThinkProgres...

In Tuesday’s Sun: ten reasons why I think Trudeau will win

Justin Trudeau remains the man to beat. Like it or not, it’s a fact. Herewith, ten reasons why: Liberals lead: Lately, Stephen Harper has performed well. On ISIS, on the attacks on the CAF, on the improving economy: he has looked Prime Ministerial. But polling averages don’t lie. Even now, the Liberals remain ahead of […]

Funeral held for soldier killed in Quebec car attack

3 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

Mourners including Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper paid respects in Quebec on Saturday at the second of two funerals for soldiers killed in attacks police said were carried out independently by radical recent converts to Islam. Show More Summary

Funeral held for soldier killed in Quebec car attack

Mourners including Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper paid respects in Quebec on Saturday at the second of two funerals for soldiers killed in attacks police said were carried out independently by radical recent converts to Islam. Show More Summary

Harper Could Lose Next Election From Poor Energy Policies

ECOreport. A recent poll has bad news for the fossil fuel industry. It does not look good for the Conservative party’s chances in the next election either. Primer Minister Stephen Harper’s “environmental” policies have drawn much criticism,...Show More Summary

In Tuesday’s Sun: enough of the wannabe police, already

Keeping church and state separate is important. Keeping the state and the police separate is equally important. We all got to see why, last week, when Stephen Harper – and one of his senior ministers – summarily changed their job descriptions. Last Monday, the Prime Minister assigned himself the role of federal Chief of Police. […]

Canadian Lawmakers Made Spears from Flagpoles as PM Harper Hid in Closet during Attack

Canadian lawmakers fashioned flagpoles into spears and Prime Minister Stephen Harper hid in a closet as Islamic attacker Michael Zehaf-Bibeau charged through Parliament on October 22. According to the New York Post, "Conservative members...Show More Summary

Keep Calm and Carry On, Stephen Harper

Doubling down on counterterrorism at home and abroad won’t make Canada a safer place.

Canada to speed up plans to toughen security laws: PM Harper

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Thursday the government will expedite plans to give more powers of detention and surveillance to security agencies in the wake of an attack on Parliament. "They need to be much strengthened, and I assure you, Mr. Show More Summary

Canadian PM Stephen Harper Vows to Strengthen Anti-Terror Laws

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has announced that his nation is committed to strengthening its laws regarding terrorism and national security. PM Harper said his cabinet would ensure that plans are in the making, and hoped that...Show More Summary

Chretien reminds us of the noble role Canada once played in the world before Stephen Harper...

There has been much self-righteous and misguided criticism of Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau for his decision to vote against Canadian combat action against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (or ISIL.)Conservative types with their...Show More Summary

The GOP’s Favorite New Red State: Canada

last monthNews : The Daily Beast

America’s conservatives are swooning anew over Prime Minister Stephen Harper, now for his tough talk on terrorism.

Hundreds of World’s Scientists Ask Stephen Harper to Return Freedom to Science in Canada

In an open letter published Monday more than 800 scientists are asking Prime Minister Stephen Harper to end “burdensome restriction on scientific communication and collaboration faced by Canadian government scientists.” The Harper government...Show More Summary

Canada PM Vows Crackdown After Capital Shocked by Fatal Attacks

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper vowed to redouble the country’s fight against “terrorist organizations” abroad after a reported convert to Islam rampaged through parliament, shocking the usually tranquil capital city. Shortly after a gunman shot dead a soldier at the National War Memorial in central Ottawa on Wednesday morning, a man armed with a shotgun [...]Show More Summary

Where Was President Obama?

President Obama says he’s “shaken” by this week’s violent attacks on three soldiers in Ottawa by an Islamic jihadist. He immediately phoned Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper to offer support

3 big questions for Canada after Ottawa terror attack

last monthNews : BlogPost

On Wednesday, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced that a shooting that left a Canadian soldier dead in Ottawa was a terror attack. It was the second such attack in less than a week — on Monday, a soldier had been killed in a deliberate hit-and-run near Montreal. Canada is no stranger to terrorism. In the 1960s, the […]

Parliament Shootings an Act of Terrorism

Terrorists "will have no safe haven," says Canadian PM Stephen Harper.

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