Alberta Premier Alison Redford has hit a new low. What's next, kicking puppies?
While the Ikea Monkey "Darwin" had the fate of his permanent residence decided in court this week. Darwin isn't the only monkey business that continues to concern Ontario. As if being a Maple leaf fan wasn't bad enough, controversial allegations of financial evasion continue to be thrown "monkey poop style" at Prime Minister Harper.
Watching a recent televised press conference from New-York last week I listened to Prime Minister Stephen Harper begin all his responses to questions by first saying "LOOK". Well he might have unintentionally been asking for more eyes to be watching then he might have counted on, considering the events of the past week.
The first round of the 2013 NHL Playoffs is finished and only one of four Canadian teams remains. The water cooler talk is all about "who will I cheer for now?"
The provincial government makes cuts in education funding and the universities of Alberta decide on a plan on how to recover their losses. Could we see strikes in Alberta similar to the ones Quebec had last year?
Round one of the 2013 Stanley cup playoffs: 4 Canadian teams battle the rest of the league in the chase for the Holy Grail.
Tim Hortons and Dunkin' Donuts face off in the latest cartoon from Mike Spicer.
Isn't it amazing how almost everything in modern politics can find its inspiration, or be reflected, in a Looney Tunes cartoon