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Ethics issues must ‘percolate’ before they threaten Harper, poll suggests

Filed under: Elections, Harper

Canada’s Federal debt clock

Filed under: Money, Statistics

Foreign ownership of Canadian media and communications

Filed under: Uncategorized

Ten reasons the F-35 stealth fighter is wrong for Canada

Filed under: Military, Money

Canada’s Secret Constitution

Filed under: Uncategorized

The Govt of Canada now renamed ‘Harper Government’

Filed under: Elections, Harper, Laws, Media, Video, Who's who

Stephen Harper at a Bilderberg Meeting (Versailles, France, 2003)

Less than a year later, “On January 12, 2004, Harper announced his resignation as Leader of the Opposition, in order to run for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada. Harper was elected the first leader of the Conservative Party, with a first ballot majority against Belinda Stronach and Tony Clement on March 20, 2004. Harper’s victory included strong showings in Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic Canada.”

Filed under: Harper, Who's who

Plastic Money to Replace Paper Currency in Canada

Filed under: Money

Canada’s Federal Income Tax is unconstitutional

Filed under: Uncategorized

The Commons: Stephen Harper, ever undaunted

Filed under: Harper, Uncategorized