TORONTO - Reeling under cuts, CBC has begun to sell off its real estate holdings and moved into a two bedroom basement apartment with 26 year old recent graduate Dave Mullins.
TORONTO – Canadian hockey icon Wayne Gretzky endorsed Prime Minister Stephen Harper for re-election at a Conservative Party rally this week, making the Tory leader the latest in a long line of mediocre products to which The Great One has attached his name.
TORONTO -- Demonstrating the publication’s commitment to diversity, five of the Globe and Mail’s white, middle-aged, male columnists have taken different stances on who won the debate among three other middle-aged, white male candidates.
CALGARY -- On Thursday, during The Globe and Mail’s Leader’s Debate on the Economy, Prime Minister Stephen Harper advised green-horn candidate Justin Trudeau that running a deficit is a bad idea, unless of course it is done by himself.
OTTAWA -- Tonight, the federal party leaders will meet in Calgary to participate in a debate on the economy sponsored by the Globe & Mail. And while they disagree on most issues, there is one thing all the can parties agree on: Canadians are desperate for a leader who knows how to say the word economy, at volume, over and over and over again.
OTTAWA -- Fresh from a court hearing in which he pled guilty to assault and possession of cocaine, Senator Patrick Brazeau was uncertain about whether it would be a smart move for his reputation to return to his place in the Senate.
OTTAWA - Coming on the heels of revelations about RCMP surveillance of native and environmental groups, new leaks have shown that the Royal Canadian Mountain Police issued warrantless wiretaps on some 30,000 deer.
DUNVILLE, ON -- Another local Conservative candidate has resigned today after he read the Conservative Party platform out loud offending many who heard it.
NEWARK, UPPER CANADA -- Citing his strong personal conviction that refugees must complete proper screening before entering Canada, Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander has traveled back to the 1780s to deny his ancestors’ refugee claim.
QUEBEC CITY - On a campaign stop to the provincial capital, B.Q. leader Gilles Duceppe demanded a near complete fracture in relationship between Canada and the small portion of Quebec that still votes Bloc.
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