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Adam Carroll Vikileaks: Liberal Employee Behind Twitter Account Has Resigned, Says Bob Rae

Adam Carroll Vikileaks: Liberal Employee Behind Twitter Account Has Resigned, Says Bob Rae

Commented Feb 27, 2012 at 20:12:24 in Canada Politics

“Oh, those rotten liberals, they are all alike, it's so shameful.”
Oil Sands: Dalton McGuinty Dismisses Alberta Premier's Call To Defend Development

Oil Sands: Dalton McGuinty Dismisses Alberta Premier's Call To Defend Development

Commented Feb 27, 2012 at 15:36:52 in Canada Politics

“Our only chance of survival is to elect Conservatives to power and to stick with them come hell or high oil.”

Liban CZ on Feb 27, 2012 at 20:21:12

“Hudak?”

Liz Wilson 2 on Feb 27, 2012 at 16:40:49

“yes that is the message they are trying to get people to buy into. Unfortunatley, at some point and in the relatively near future oil will be gone but we will be left with a lot of foreign ownership include massive agreements with the Chinese that prevent Canada from value added processing facilities etc.

Very short term thinking and because so many people are only interested in the now they follow the sparkly thing dangled before them. Sad really”
Burlington Via Rail Train Derailment: 3 Engineers Dead After Train Comes Off Tracks Near Burlington's Aldershot Station (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Burlington Via Rail Train Derailment: 3 Engineers Dead After Train Comes Off Tracks Near Burlington's Aldershot Station (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Commented Feb 26, 2012 at 20:17:33 in Canada

“Do you not believe that the cost of public transportation will increase in proportion?”

frantaylor on Feb 26, 2012 at 21:16:38

“No because fuel costs as a percentage are much lower than with cars”

hculliton on Feb 26, 2012 at 20:38:37

“The savings in going with much greater public transit and indeed, greater use of rail for commerce, will more than offset increacing fuel costs. Even in the post-Peak Oil world, if we prepare with alternative energies, having an electric transport system based on heavy and light rail is far more feasable than swapping out every car we have today for one with an electric moter.”