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The Political Road Map: Happy Birthday Canada!

A quick shout out to the best country in the world and to all of the lovely people who call it home!As the day is almost at an end, let us continue celebrating this amazing country into the night and remember why Canadians are citizens of the world. He… . . . → Read More: The Political Road Map: Happy Birthday Canada!

The Political Road Map: Happy Birthday Canada!

A quick shout out to the best country in the world and to all of the lovely people who call it home!As the day is almost at an end, let us continue celebrating this amazing country into the night and remember why Canadians are citizens of the world. He… . . . → Read More: The Political Road Map: Happy Birthday Canada!

Canadian Psephos: Canada 1867

I originally wrote this in May 2013. I may update or repost it in the future.

The Dominion of Canada held its first election between August 7th and September 20th 1867, due to the rather spread out nature of the new nation that had been born just a month before during the process known as . . . → Read More: Canadian Psephos: Canada 1867

The Scott Ross: Canada’s Missing Founding Fathers

Children who have an absent father are more likely to have low self esteem, to abuse substances, exhibit anti-social behaviour, and engage in criminal activity. That is the personal impact of a missing father, but what of the political and social impact on our nation of the absence, even in discourse, of our Fathers of . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Canada’s Missing Founding Fathers

CANADIAN PROGRESSIVE WORLD: Harper v. Canada: Stephen Harper Addresses Right Wing U.S. Think Tank

Understanding the Canadian prime minister’s war against our democratic institutions, freedoms and legitimate dissent

Editor’s Note: In June 1997, Stephen Harper addressed a Montreal meeting of the Council for National Policy (CNP), a right-wing U.S. think tank. His speech unequivocally foreshadowed his ongoing war against Canadian democracy. Harper described Canada as “a Northern European welfare . . . → Read More: CANADIAN PROGRESSIVE WORLD: Harper v. Canada: Stephen Harper Addresses Right Wing U.S. Think Tank