If the numbers from the Liberal campaign in St. John’s East are right, then New Democratic Party incumbent Jack Harris is in serious trouble.
Asked if which candidate they would vote for, the 1,000 respondents to the IVR survey conducted over 48 hours late last week picked Harris by one point over his Liberal rival . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: DHDM 2: St. John’s East #nlpoli #cdnpoli
The Canadian Forces is planning to move its three full-time recruiting staff out of the office in Corner and move them elsewhere.
From now on, recruiting on the west coast will take place like it does pretty well everywhere else in Canada: via the Internet. The military recruiting system will send staff out to Corner . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Canadian Forces recruiting centres and demographics #nlpoli
When he was a member of the House of Assembly in Newfoundland and Labrador, NDP member of parliament Jack Harris double-billed the legislature for more than $2,000 in expenses and made $27,066 in “donations” from money originally intended to operate a constituency office and inform voters about his activities.
-srbp- Related: Jacks and the Auditor . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: A tonic for NDP Amnesia #nlpoli
According to information supplied to the news media – and widely reported already – the helicopter from 444 Squadron used for a training flight than ended with a bit of fishing for the crew six weeks ago was available for search and rescue missions.
And if that re-tasking wouldn’t have been enough, the squadron . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Ya wanna know what stupid is? #nlpoli #cdnpoli
Talk about making an arse of yourself in public.
Here’s Jack Harris in the House of Commons:
After weeks of warring words about the economic influence of Western Canadian oilsands development on the crumbling Central Canadian manufacturing sector, NDP leader Thomas Mulcair will visit Alberta on May 31 to meet with business and political leaders. This will be Mr. Mulcair’s first visit to Alberta since being selected as . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: life after dutch disease: thomas mulcair to visit alberta on may 31.
Danielle Smith with Wildrose MLA's Paul Hinman, Heather Forsyth, and Rob Anderson in 2010.
Despite questioning climate science and refusing to remove one candidate who railed against a policy to protect sexual minorities in public schools and another who claimed his skin colour as a political advantage, Danielle Smith‘s Wildrose Party appears set . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: a wildrose government will need a real opposition.