And Canadians are looking on with a common reaction to Ottawa’s gruesome infighting: nausea.
Curiously, the best law protecting Canadian whistleblowers is Sarbanes Oxley, the U.S. law that applies to all firms in the private sector with operations in the U.S.
Access to key health-care resources, the impact of Canada’s aging population and workforce issues are posing significant challenges for Canada’s doctors, and therefore to patient care.
With apologies to John Livingston and thanks to Google Translation—here are some members of the Conservative Wild Kingdom that the observant delegate might run into. Cue the haunting flute music!
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s vulnerability: Canadian official development assistance is low and falling.
The Harper Conservatives plan to freeze the federal operating budget, constrain hiring, make further targeted reductions in internal government spending, look for additional federal assets to sell to the private sector, and continue to clamp down on the public service.
Not only are sex-offender registries notoriously incomplete but they are also misguided and misdirected laws that cast far too wide a net, in the process preventing authorities from dealing with the really big problem at hand, that is, sexual abuse against children.
Nothing in it promotes openness and honesty in government.
Over the past week in Beijing, NAC musicians are also performing in pop-up concerts in public places including the Beijing Zoo, just outside the panda enclosure.
Alberta the only province to benefit from the new funding formula.
Forcing future governments to put their budgets and bills before a better-informed Parliament offers a much greater chance of ensuring their fiscal responsibility than any pie-in-the-sky balanced budget legislation ever could.
Jeanette Arsenault worked on the Hill from 1977 to 1989, and quit in order to pursue her music dream.
But without cyber security, a consumer-first agenda is like putting the cart before the horse.
A highly-skilled population will drive innovation and prosperity which is why it should be a national priority.
O Canada’s ‘sons’ does not include ‘daughters,’ as some have claimed.
Laureen brings the movie treats: President of Les Films Séville Patrick Roy, Heritage Minister Shelly Glover, Public Safety Minister Steven Balney, Laureen Harper, Telefilm Canada chair Michel Roy, director Louise Archambault, producer Luc Déry and Christal Film president Christian Larouche.
Actor Alexandre Landry, director Louise Archambault, Telefilm chair Michel Roy, actress Mélissa Désormeaux-Poulin, Christal Film president Christian Larouche, and President of Les Films Séville Patrick Roy.
Telefilm Canada chair Michel Roy and Laureen Harper and her bag of treats for the movie.
President of Les Films Séville Patrick Roy, actor Alexandre Landry, Heritage Minister Shelly Glover, actress Mélissa Désormeaux-Poulin, Telefilm Canada's Michel Roy, Laureen Harper, director Louise Archambault, producer Luc Déry, and Christal Film president Christian Larouche.
Christal Film's Christian Larouche, NAC's Rosemary Thompson, Telefilm's Jean-Claude Mahe, and Les Films Seville's Patrick Roy.
Laureen Harper, director Louise Archambault, producer Luc Déry, and Christal Film president Christian Larouche.
Rogers Communications' Colette Watson and Heritage Minister Shelly Glover.
The two stars of the film Gabrielle, Alexandre Landry and Mélissa Désormeaux-Poulin, pose for a pic with Heritage Minister Shelly Glover.
Heritage Minister Shelly Glover and Gabrielle's director Louise Archambault pose for another.
Telefilm Canada's mini-designer cupcakes topped with the letter 'T' were a hit at the after party.
Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney and Telefilm Canada's Michel Roy.
David McArthur, chief of staff to Heritage Minister Shelly Glover, Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney, and Bluesky Strategy Group's Sandra Buckler.