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Thank You, Everyone

As regular PTBC readers know, I was the victim of a personal attack last week by a petulant, immature poster who “photo shopped” me rather badly – for reasons I will never know. I just...

Handy Headlines For May 28 2996

HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY TO OUR AMERICAN FRIENDS Rush to Judgment Against Haditha Marines ...The press is already salivating over the prospect of the next Abu Ghraib-like public relations disaster for the U.S. in the war on...

Handy Headlines for May 27 2006

Brison hits out over gay Mounties ‘gag order’ CALGARY - Liberal leadership candidate Scott Brison said a reported “gag order” on Conservative MPs regarding the same-sex marriage of two Mounties shows the Prime Minister does...

Handy Headlines for May 26 2006

Governor General warns against sensationalism in Canadian journalism HALIFAX (CP) - Gov. Gen. Michaelle Jean cautioned Thursday against sensationalism and gossip replacing critical news reporting, urging an audience of journalists to remember their civic responsibility. ...Without...

Handy Headlines for May 25 2006

Guité trial hears about unusual expenses MONTREAL—A $2,526 hospitality expense for David Dingwall and Health Canada funds for a TV show in China were among the more unorthodox transactions that went through Chuck Guité‘s office...

Handy Headlines For May 24 2006

The CBC’s Version of the Stompin’ Tom Debacle Music icon stomps on CBC ...Canadian musical legend Stompin’ Tom Connors is furious at the CBC, accusing the broadcaster of snubbing his new musical special. ...He estimates that he’s...

Handy Headlines for May 23 2006

Harper has support to win majority OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservative government is so popular with Canadians that it would be swept back into power with a majority if an election was held...

Handy Headlines for May 22 2006

HAPPY VICTORIA DAY! Afghan leader thanks Harper for extending mission OTTAWA — Afghan President Hamid Karzai has offered his formal thanks to Prime Minister Stephen Harper for extending the Canadian military mission to Afghanistan for an...

Handy Headlines for May 21 2006

Anglicans fight hiring of lesbian priest ...Anglican Bishop Peter Coffin has allowed a married lesbian to work as a priest in Ottawa, incurring the wrath of a small but vociferous group of conservatives within the...

Handy Headlines for May 20 2006

Support for afghan mission stays firm National Post poll Mike Blanchfield, CanWest News Service Published: Saturday, May 20, 2006 OTTAWA - Support for Canada’s troops in Afghanistan remains relatively high, according to a new poll, which shows 57%...

Handy Headlines for May 19 2006

Harper may snub annual press gallery dinner ...Ottawa—The prime minister may snub the annual Parliamentary Press Gallery dinner this fall, a move he’s considering in order to register his displeasure with an ongoing disagreement his...

Handy Headlines for May 18 2006

Afghan 2-year deployment approved JENNIFER DITCHBURN CANADIAN PRESS ...A motion to extend the deployment barely passed 149 to 145 Wednesday night. The NDP, Bloc Quebecois and most Liberals, including key leadership candidates such as Stephane Dion, Ken...

Handy Headlines For May 17 2006

Notice the different adjectives used in these stories to describe Stephen Harper’s reaction to Gwyn Morgan being rejected by the opposition for the proposed public appointments commission. From CTV: Harper scraps commission idea after setback Watch...

Handy Headlines for May 16 2006

Windsor balks at swingers’ advances ...WINDSOR - The owners of a Toronto swingers club are looking to take their business to Windsor, but even the local adult entertainment czar is reluctant to welcome a partner-swapping...

Handy Headlines for May 15 2006

A growing conservativism Peter Robb, The Ottawa Citizen. Published: Monday, May 15, 2006 OTTAWA—When families had children in the 1950s, the first child was a gift for mother, the second was for father and the third and...