It’s no secret that Jewish voters have apparently shifted from being largely supportive of the Liberal party to heartily supporting the Conservatives in what seems like majority numbers, due largely to the party’s full-throated support for Israel under Prime Minister Stephen Harper (and to a much lesser degree its commitment to security for religious institutions). . . . → Read More: wRanter.com: Four ‘Jewish’ battleground ridings to watch
RB Bennett was one of Canada’s most popular Prime Ministers, to the point where average Canadians would name their buggies after him.
We found out last week that the Harper Conservatives will be leading a review of the way Canadian history is taught in schools. We don’t yet have word on whether this . . . → Read More: Calgary Grit: Canada has always been at war with Eurasia
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Canada-Russia series of 1972, I went back and watched, via time machine (or maybe DVD), Game One from Montreal, played Sept. 2. Here is my report.
It was a Saturday, the last one before school began again for the fall. At least there was The Series to take . . . → Read More: In This Corner: Canada-Russia ’72, game 1: A look back at our darkest hockey day.