With Peter MacKay gone, the Conservatives are truly Harper’s party

The departure of the Justice Minister and last leader of the old Progressive Conservative Party is symbolic because one partner to the merger that formed the current Conservative Party is going, leaving Mr. Harper behind …read more

Source:: The Globe And Mail, Debate

      

Peter McKay: Artsy Nova Scotian tasted political success, a bit of hot water

From leading the Progressive Conservatives to a string of high-profile romances, here are a few key moments in the political career of a man who filled his dad’s big shoes and made a name for himself too. …read more

Source:: Toronto Star

      

Escaped peacock hops from roof to roof in Toronto

A peacock that reportedly escaped from the High Park Zoo earlier this week is still on the loose in Toronto’s west end. …read more

Source:: CBC News, Canada

      

Peter MacKay quitting politics

The 49-year-old Nova Scotia lawyer and justice minister has been in federal politics for 18 years …read more

Source:: Toronto Star

      

Police dog helps girl testify at sex assault trial in B.C. legal first

Caber, a yellow Labrador retriever, rested at the girl’s feet as she spoke in the witness box, Crown lawyer says. …read more

Source:: Toronto Star

      

Ex-Ontario deputy minister sentenced to 3 years in prison for child porn-related offences

A man who once was deputy education minister in Ontario and Manitoba was sentenced Friday to three years in prison for three child-porn related offences. …read more

Source:: CBC News, Canada

      

Ex-Ontario deputy minister to be sentenced for child porn-related charges

A man who once was deputy education minister in Ontario and Manitoba should find out today how long he’ll spend behind bars. …read more

Source:: CBC News, Canada

      

Former Montreal mayor not deterred by guilty pleas of 2 arrested colleagues

Michael Applebaum’s lawyer says guilty pleas in recent weeks from two men arrested the same day as his client will not deter Applebaum from fighting the charges against him. …read more

Source:: CBC News, Canada

      

Hot dogs ditch bad rap and go gourmet

Foodies have discovered another make-over project and this time it’s the humble and sometimes even reviled hot dog, which has found a new look and new home at quick service restaurants popping up across Canada. …read more

Source:: CBC News, Canada

      

Domestic homicide spike a 'wake-up call' for Saskatchewan coroner

Despite Saskatchewan’s high rate of domestic violence and intimate partner homicide, the province has never held a coroner’s inquest or launched a formal death review into the issue. In comparison, Ontario reviews every domestic homicide. …read more

Source:: CBC News, Canada

      

May 29: Mental health background checks – and other letters to the editor

Today’s topics include: FIFA corruption, arms sales to Saudi Arabia, Senate vote on giving MPs more power, solar power and more …read more

Source:: The Globe And Mail, Debate

      

The world won’t wait for B.C.’s LNG

Projects are going forward in Australia, the United States and elsewhere, meanwhile the Canadian province is tied up in aboriginal negotiations and an environmental review …read more

Source:: The Globe And Mail, Debate

      

Major Metro Vancouver bridge to close every night during18-month refit

Motorists will be left with few options after TransLink announced Thursday it would be closing the Pattullo Bridge at night for 18 months to undertake $100 million in major repairs starting next summer. …read more

Source:: CBC News, Canada

      

FIFA Women's World Cup trophy arrives in Vancouver amid controversy

Young female soccer players crowded around the FIFA Women’s World Cup trophy as the coveted golden statue was unveiled at a small ceremony at a downtown Vancouver community centre Thursday. …read more

Source:: CBC News, Canada

      

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