Monthly Archives: June 2011

Jack Layton can’t believe it’s not butter

Is this a great country or what? Probably “or what” since we’re apparently not trusted to read clear labels and make sensible decisions.
Consider two stories from the past week. In the first, a Quebec judge fined Unilever Canada for putting … Continue reading

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Cobweb of calculations no way to value CBC

Apparently there’s no better bargain than the CBC.
A Deloitte & Touche LLP study says the broadcaster’s $1.7-billion budget adds $3.7 billion to the Canadian economy, $1.3 billion more than any other possible use of the money. Clearly the … Continue reading

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The Top Five, June 25

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Madely in the morning, June 24

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Socialists, know thyself!

What, if anything, is the NDP thinking?
I don’t mean that as a cheap shot about their foolish beliefs on economics, foreign policy or sex, tempting as it is. Rather I’m trying to figure out why they don’t think … Continue reading

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