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Buh Bye Vic

One of the better Mondays I’ve had of late, after hearing good ole’ Vic Toews has resigned/retired:

Vic Toews, the gruff,mustachioed minister who was the face of the Conservative government’s tough-on-crime agenda through federal cabinet postings in public safety and justice, has cleared the way for a newcomer to the task…He formally announced Monday he is stepping down as Public Safety Minister from Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s cabinet. He is also stepping aside as MP for the Manitoba riding of Provencher.

I could comment further, but I won’t: the old adage, “If you can’t say anything nice about someone, don’t say it”, applies here.

I will say this however: there’s […]


Economic Action Plan 2013 is apparently on track – so says the flyer I got

You’ll all be glad to know that Economic Action Plan 2013 is in high gear/on track according to the pamphlet (otherwise known as a “10 percenter pamphlet) I received from Dave Mackenzie, my MP here in Oxford, in the past couple of days. You’ll also be pleased to know that the Conservative government is “investing in infrastructure to support Canada’s communities and (in ALL-CAPS) HELP CREATE JOBS FOR HARD WORKING CANADIANS”

And of course, we can’t forget the push poll included on these 10 percenters:

Most Canadians are well aware the Economic Action Plan has been done for a couple of years now, and people are getting sick of […]


Poor Steve Ryan*

Who is Steve Ryan, you might ask? Up until today, he was the nominated candidate for the Progressive Conservative Party in Etobicoke-Lakeshore, for the Aug 1 by-elections here in Ontario.

About 2 weeks ago, Forum came out with a poll saying the Liberal candidate (not even nominated yet) was a lock in this riding; it was like 50-25% over the PC’s. Suddenly in the past 2 days, Toronto Deputy Mayor Doug Holyday comes out of the blue and says he’s been asked by the PC’s to be the candidate in Etobicoke-Lakeshore. When asked about Steve Ryan, the reaction from them seemed to be “who?”.. though Conservative leader Tim Hudak was […]


Belated Canada Day greetings!

Sure its a day late, but better late then never. I hope you all had a Happy Canada Day where ever you were.

PS – nothing coincidental about all that blue colouring at the Ottawa Canada Day celebration, right? Surely the Conservative government wouldn’t have been attempting to be using subtle colour tones to influence anyone, right?

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