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by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Jan 20 2010

If it wasn’t for all the media hype damning Prime Minister Harper for proroguing Parliament, would anyone have even noticed?

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Jan 20 2010

If it wasn’t for all the media hype damning Prime Minister Harper for proroguing Parliament, would anyone have even noticed?

by Kyra Hoggan on Wednesday Jan 13 2010

I bet the School District 20 board of education is, right now, wishing it had Stephen Harper's discretionary power and could just prorogue the whole district until this budgetary mess goes away ...or at least until the public forgets about it.


Of course, they can't ... no more than I can “prorogue” this issue of the paper because I've been feeling kind of lazy this week.

by Kyra Hoggan on Wednesday Jan 13 2010

I bet the School District 20 board of education is, right now, wishing it had Stephen Harper's discretionary power and could just prorogue the whole district until this budgetary mess goes away ...or at least until the public forgets about it.


Of course, they can't ... no more than I can “prorogue” this issue of the paper because I've been feeling kind of lazy this week.

by Kyra Hoggan on Wednesday Jan 13 2010

I bet the School District 20 board of education is, right now, wishing it had Stephen Harper's discretionary power and could just prorogue the whole district until this budgetary mess goes away ...or at least until the public forgets about it.


Of course, they can't ... no more than I can “prorogue” this issue of the paper because I've been feeling kind of lazy this week.

by Kyra Hoggan on Wednesday Jan 13 2010

I bet the School District 20 board of education is, right now, wishing it had Stephen Harper's discretionary power and could just prorogue the whole district until this budgetary mess goes away ...or at least until the public forgets about it.


Of course, they can't ... no more than I can “prorogue” this issue of the paper because I've been feeling kind of lazy this week.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Jan 13 2010

The other day I found myself in a rather heated debate over the new law that prohibits people from using a cell phone while driving. The individual I was discussing this issue with was adamant that it was one more stupid law and another attempt by the government to control the rights and freedoms of Canadians.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Jan 13 2010

The other day I found myself in a rather heated debate over the new law that prohibits people from using a cell phone while driving. The individual I was discussing this issue with was adamant that it was one more stupid law and another attempt by the government to control the rights and freedoms of Canadians.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Jan 13 2010

The other day I found myself in a rather heated debate over the new law that prohibits people from using a cell phone while driving. The individual I was discussing this issue with was adamant that it was one more stupid law and another attempt by the government to control the rights and freedoms of Canadians.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Jan 13 2010

The other day I found myself in a rather heated debate over the new law that prohibits people from using a cell phone while driving. The individual I was discussing this issue with was adamant that it was one more stupid law and another attempt by the government to control the rights and freedoms of Canadians.

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