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Let’s have FULL electoral reform-NOW

It's good news (although it's not yet official as I write this) that the Tories and the NDP have reached an agreement to support fixed federal election dates.
  • Tue, May 30, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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Larry Spencer: punished for the truth

My friend Larry Spencer has written a book about his experiences as an MP in the Canadian Alliance, and how he was treated by the Conservative Party.
  • Tue, May 23, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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Fixing Canada’s crumbling infrastructure

The collapse of a road in suburban Toronto has underscored, once again, the urgent need for the federal government to pay attention to Canada's crumbling infrastructure.
  • Tue, May 09, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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How Canadians vote…

…and what happens when so many Christians don’t? There are about 32 million people in Canada, but about a quarter of them cannot vote, either because they’re under voting age, or because they’re not yet citizens.
  • Tue, April 25, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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Evaluating Tory GST & child-care plans

The Conservatives’ election pledge to cut the GST from seven percent to six may have been good politics, says the Fraser Institute’s resident tax expert, but it’s bad economics.
  • Tue, April 18, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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The Throne Speech

In Sarnia recently, a reporter asked me whether the CHP found the Speech from the Throne encouraging.

  • Tue, April 11, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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No debate needed on Afghanistan

It's unfortunate that Foreign Minister Peter MacKay has flip-flopped on Afghanistan, agreeing to a debate on the role of Canadian forces there.

  • Mon, April 10, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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Needed: a fresh look for Parliament

Ethics Commissioner Bernard Shapiro has decided that Vancouver MP David Emerson didn't violate the Parliamentary Code of Ethics by jumping into the Conservatives Cabinet immediately after being elected as a Liberal, and that Prime Minister Harper is also guiltless.

  • Tue, April 04, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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Canada too permissive on abortion

Last week, several days after Prime Minister Stephen Harper reiterated that he would not reopen the abortion debate, the governor of South Dakota signed legislation that would ban almost all abortions in that state.
  • Tue, March 28, 2006
  • Michael Coren
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Exploiting women: Tehran & Toronto

Socialists and Libertarians clamoring to legalize prostitution in Canada would probably be astonished to learn that they're walking right in the footsteps of the mullahs of Iran.

  • Tue, March 21, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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Beyond Kandahar

Prime Minister Stephen Harper deserves praise for his decisive demonstration of support for our troops in Afghanistan.
  • Thu, March 16, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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