On the same day Justice Minister Irwin Cotler tabled the controversial Bill C-38, An Act to Impose Gay Rule Over Canada, federal officials began going door-to-door, forcing people to marry a same sex partner, regardless of their sexual orientation.
Wow, that recess just flew by. The House is back in session, and all that juicy political gossip is flowing with it! It's so great hearing everyone yelling at one another again! It's like music to my ears!
Testifying before the Gomery Inquiry into the sponsorship scandal, former
Prime Minister Jean Chrétien indicated that it was his "small-town cheap"
golf balls that in fact saved the country.
Looking for a last minute gift for your partner, spouse and/or mistress? Every year--because we feel sorry for him--we give our Uncle Irv some free advertising on Valentine's day. Take a listen!
Ever dreamed of hoisting the Stanley Cup over your head? Of course you have. What Canadian hasn't?
Hundreds of thousands of hockey fans took to the streets in cities across the southern US last night to protest the official cancellation of the NHL season. The uproar sparked riots in hockey hot spots such as Nashville, Atlanta, Miami and Raleigh, NC.
The Toronto Maple Leafs--our nation's favourite hockey team--have ended their 38-year championship drought by declaring themselves 2005 Stanley Cup champions.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) Executive Director Bob Goodenow are the subject of a criminal investigation following a complaint made by the Stanley Cup.
Yesterday was budget day in Liechtenstein--Europe's most powerful nation. Forget CBC, (really...please forget the CBC) the Globe and Mail, or the Smiths Falls Happy Hour, thehammer.ca has the web's most exhaustive coverage of the Budget 2005, Liechtenstein.
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