Jason Kenny has headed back to the Calgary Stampede, proudly waving to the crowds. But, Michael Harris writes, it’s easy to spot the phonies:Jason Kenney is taking part in a parade — riding in the back of a 1958 Ford Fairlane, with an army tank… . . . → Read More: Northern Reflections: Sometimes, A Blessing Is A Curse
The recent media frenzy generated by Tim Hortons’ decision to pull the Enbridge ads off their in-store Tims TV monitors almost drove Ms Soapbox to drink (G&Ts not Tims double double).
Then she paused. The #BoycottTims brouhaha created a learning opportunity—for businessmen and conservative politicians alike.
The business lesson
Here are the steps that . . . → Read More: Susan on the Soapbox: Boycott Tim Hortons? Seriously??
As soon as the legislature resumed on Tuesday, the Prentice government did a complete about-face in its opposition to gay-straight alliances in schools, introducing amendments to Bill 10 to allow the alliances when requested. The Bill 10 kerfuffle was a self-inflicted wound that Prentice has now stitched up, hoping there is no scar left behind. . . . → Read More: In This Corner: Stuff happens, week 10: Jim gives in; Taber gets trashed.
A petition on the immigration minister’s website asks Canadians to thank Kenney for his work to “streamline benefits afforded to refugee claimants under the Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP) and bring them in line with the benefits received by tax-paying Canadians, including new Canadians.”
When you meet his highness you must bow . . . → Read More: LeDaro: Jason Kenny asks Canadians to thank him!!!