Monthly Archives: November 2018

Métis leader says UNDRIP bill 'tainted' by 'potty-mouthed' NDP MP

A prominent Mé​tis leader says NDP MP Romeo Saganash “tainted” his private member’s bill to harmonize Canada’s laws with the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People when he dropped the F-bomb in the House of Commons earlier this year. Mé​tis National Council President Clément Chartier said he recently rejected a request to add his name to a letter…

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When political ads look and sound like news

You hear Glen from Lethbridge shouting to a radio host about how mad he is over the carbon tax. “I did the math and it sucks. I’m paying six hundred dollars more in taxes!” Glen yells through the phone. But in reality, there is no Glen from Lethbridge. Glen is a character in an advertisement…

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