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LeDaro: Santa: Secret revealed

Santa no longer uses reindeers and chariot to fly. He uses commercial planes like rest of us. 🙂 Here is the proof.

LeDaro: Stephen Harper in His Christmas Uniform

Stephen Harper: A Scrooge for Canada but a Santa for China.

Gifts:

Tar Sands: A source of wealth for China but a source of more pollution for Canada. . . . → Read More: LeDaro: Stephen Harper in His Christmas Uniform

Trashy's World: Santa and a Venn diagram…

Trashy, Ottawa, Ontario

350 or bust: Define “Good”

Red Tory v.3.0.3: Feliz Navidad

Beware the seemingly harmless fantasies you create – for you may come to regret them later. That seems to be the message of this intriguing short film by Alberto González Vázquez concerning a debate between a father and son about the existence of Santa Claus.

Warning: It’s in Spanish and so the dialog goes . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Feliz Navidad

The Sixth Estate: Sixth Estate Flack Awards Recognize Militarization of Santa, Government Subsidies to Naval Targets

The only reason the preposterous announcement that Santa’s sleigh will be receiving an armed escort by CF-18 fighters doesn’t win the Flack Award this week is because the same announcement has been made for several years now. Why does Santa need a military escort through Canadian airspace? Is the government worried he’ll veer off course . . . → Read More: The Sixth Estate: Sixth Estate Flack Awards Recognize Militarization of Santa, Government Subsidies to Naval Targets

Things Are Good: Help Santa Keep His Home This Christmas

The David Suzuki Foundation has launched a campaign to raise awareness of the lack of ice coverage at the North Pole. Where Will Santa Live? is a fun spin on a serious issue and looks like a good way to talk about ice coverage while keeping the conversation entertaining.

“We’re asking Canadians to do . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Help Santa Keep His Home This Christmas