Winnipeg, March 11, 2012: Winnipeggers rally outside of Tory MP Joyce Bateman’s office demanding the federal government allow a full inquiry into the federal election robocall scandal. Photo: Paul S. Graham
While Prime Minister Stephen Harper undoubtedly wishes this issue would disappear, Canadians marched in more than two dozen cities today, demanding a full inquiry into the federal election robocall scandal. In Winnipeg, over 100 rallied at the corner of Osborne Street and River Avenue where organizer Josh Brandon expressed the sense of outrage that many Canadians feel about the undermining of Canada’s electoral system. Speakers Kevin Lamoureux (Liberal MP
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For 2015-2016 if the budget is balanced. Maybe. Meanwhile, Michael Ignatieff and his Liberal team have put together a platform for families that aims to strengthen Canada through investment, education, and responsible government.
Meanwhile in Winnipeg South Centre, Harper Party candidate Joyce Bateman has decided to bite the hand that has fed her for several municipal elections by turning on her provincial and federal LPC friends and running for the CPC. Bateman, who decided to come out of a two-week hiding since rumours of her nomination were wild in WPG, has finally spoken about her apparent change of values.
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