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Weekly Round Up

Weekly Round-Up: May 22 – May 28

The Death of Wolfe

Sunday, May 22 | Toronto StarHarper’s Conservatives here to stay?

“Prime Minister Stephen Harper is building a Conservative coalition in Canada that will probably be more enduring than Brian Mulroney’s conservatism of the 1980s, according to Ipsos pollster Darrell Bricker.”

Monday, May 23 | Vancouver SunKenney defends Senate appointments, urges provinces to hold elections

“Jason Kenney, who remains immigration minister after last week’s cabinet shuffle, reaffirmed the government’s commitment to reform the Senate Sunday.”

Tuesday, May 24 | Globe and MailThe federal Liberals can re-discover their True Grit

“The federal Liberals should concentrate on re-establishing themselves as a major centrist party, and should postpone their choice of a leader for the election of 2015, for two years or even three years from now.”

Wednesday, May 25 | Montreal GazetteTories to table budget June 6

“The Harper government will table its postelection budget in Parliament on June 6 — setting the stage for MPs to debate and pass the measures within just a few weeks.”

Thursday, May 26 | Globe and MailSave resource money for the future? Nah, says Alberta

“Dead on arrival. Such is the fate that awaits the report from a blue-ribbon panel on Alberta’s future.”

Friday, May 27 | The Canadian PressExperts ponder environmental fallout from Slave Lake fire

“The flames have been beaten back from Slave Lake in northern Alberta. But as residents slowly return to their fire-scarred town, scientists are wondering about the environmental legacy of a blaze that consumed hundreds of homes and businesses — and everything in them.”

Saturday, May 28 | Montreal GazetteIt’s time for Layton to be clear on the Clarity Act

“It shouldn’t be asking too much of Jack Layton, newly elected leader of the official Opposition in the federal Parliament, to state perfectly clearly where he stands on the Clarity Act.”

About awreeves

Editor-in-chief at Alternatives Journal. Author of 'Overrun: Dispatches from the Asian carp Crisis'.


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