Monthly Archives: August 2012

Harper Watch – August 20 to 26, 2012


HOW DIFFERENT POLITICAL PARTIES RESPOND TO ACCUSATIONS OF ELECTION IRREGULARITIES Ottawa Citizen – CRTC fines Liberal MP over election robocall In a statement released Friday, the CRTC said it had reached a compliance agreement with Valeriote`s riding association that included … Continue reading

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Harper Watch – August 14 to 19, 2012


OPINION iPolitics (Wayne Easter) – Conservatives keeping Canadians in the dark on CETA negotiations As negotiations continue, the Conservative government has been eager to extol the benefits of the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), and conspicuously silent as … Continue reading

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Harper Watch – August 7 to 13, 2012


THE GOVERNMENT LOSES ANOTHER COURT CASE – GUESS WHO IS PAYING FOR THE GOVERNMENT LAWYERS. CBC – Canada Post arbitrator ordered by court to step down he Federal Court ordered Guy Dufort to step aside today as the arbitrator in … Continue reading

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Harper Watch – August 10, 2012 – SPECIAL ELECTION FRAUD UPDATE


VERY VERY DISTURBING –  Borys Wrzesnewskyj Case.  Can there be any doubt that the government is influencing Elections Canada? Hill Times – Elections Canada’s argument that Ontario justice’s interpretation of Elections Act too rigourous ‘frightening,’ says CCLA Chief Electoral Officer … Continue reading

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Harper Watch – August 2 to 6, 2012


It has not yet been a full week since the last Harper Watch but  although it is mid-summer and we’ve had a long weekend since the last issue, Harper government misdeeds are piling up already. Toronto Star – Harper moves … Continue reading

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Harper Watch – July 26 to August 1, 2012


ipolitics – Appointing third-party manager to Attawapiskat ‘unreasonable’: federal court It was “unreasonable in all circumstances” for the federal government to  appoint a third-party manager in response to an unfolding humanitarian  crisis in the troubled First Nations community of Attawapiskat, … Continue reading

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