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How I met a possible terrorist informant on a park bench

It was the strangest, scariest interaction of my twenty year journalism career. A call came in to my cell phone. The display said “Unknown name unknown number.” Shahbaz, as he called ...
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Aboriginal issues a great moral cause, says former PM Martin

Former Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin recently gave a talk about the ails of the Aboriginal communities in Canada, topics he says require urgent attention. He reached out to ...
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What to expect when you’re expecting Quebec separation

Be careful what you wish for, Quebec separatists. With the forthcoming provincial election on Apr. 7, polls say the ruling Parti Quebecois are poised to make gains from its slim minority ...
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The teenager syndrome of the Parti Quebecois

In a country where politics tend to be a dull sport, Quebec sure keeps things interesting. And barely a week into the latest election campaign in la belle province, there has already ...
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Canada’s Gov. General reflects on India visit

Governor General David Johnston made a rare state visit to the Republic of India at the end of February. He shares with me the highlights of his trip as well as reflects on why a closer ...
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A rebuttal to a Liberal’s critique of Harper’s Israel visit

The anti-Harper crowd is still harping on the prime minister’s visit to Israel. What’s learned from Adam Goldenberg’s 1,000-word essay in the Canadian Jewish News last week is ...
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Justin Trudeau should disband the entire Liberal party

So Liberal Party of Canada leader Justin Trudeau has dissolved the Liberal caucus in the Senate.  We no longer have 32 “Liberal” senators.  Now we have 32 independent ...
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Harper vs. Obama: two very different Israel visits

Prime Minister Stephen Harper is in Israel, having already spoken at the Israeli parliament, and already paid a visit to the Holocaust memorial, altogether serving as a natural extension ...
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Mark Steyn inspires at Toronto’s Steynamite

A twelve hundred strong audience of conservatives and libertarians of all stripes packed the John Bassett Theatre of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre Tuesday night for “Steynamite,” ...

Quebec's turn towards Orwellianism

This past weekend, the Ottawa Citizen reported on a rather bizarre new policy being implemented in Quebec’s largest school board, the Commission scolaire de Montreal, that will ...
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