John Oliver explicitly told Canadians not to vote for Stephen Harper last night, but he technically wasn’t “inducing” votes and therefore won’t be punished under an obscure Canadian law.
With days to go until voting day on Oct. 19, the Conservatives have taken their aggressive campaign to court the ethnic vote a step further with ads that target their main opponents in Punjabi and Chinese newspapers.
“Most of these murders, sad as they are, are in fact solved,” Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Tuesday. “We are way past the time for further study, this is a time for action."
“There’s just overwhelming and growing scientific and medical evidence about the bad long-term effects of marijuana,” Stephen Harper said.
The massive flow of sewage was pitched as a necessary move this week by the city, and quickly provoked a backlash from political opponents. But one expert says there probably isn't another option.
In one of the liveliest exchanges of last night's election debate, both opposition leaders blasted Prime Minister Stephen Harper for his handling of Canada’s relationship with the US.
Justin Trudeau made the comments in an interview that was aired at a panel discussion on women's issues in the federal election campaign.
“Canada will never realize its full economic potential unless it tackles the question of how to work with First Nations to obtain consent for resource development," said a representative of the BC First Nations Energy & Mining Council.