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James Moore

SATIRE: Hey, Canadian voter. You've been having lots of fun vacationing, barbecuing and going to the cottage. But guess what? The kids are heading back to school and there's a federal election on October 19 for which you're probably not prepared. Try these sample test questions to see if you're ready.
" I have concluded it is impossible for me to seek another term in office."
Industry minister follows in footsteps of John Baird, Christian Paradis, Shelly Glover and Peter MacKay.
If your downloading habits have scored you a copyright infringement notice (or allegation) asking you to pay a settlement
A top cabinet minister has accused New Democrats of attacking a veteran now running for the Conservatives in the next election
"You can see it but you don't want to touch it, so why is on the shores?"
Rightscorp, a U.S.-based anti-piracy company, is using Canada's new copyright notice-and-notice system to require Internet providers to send threats and misstatements of Canadian law in an effort to extract payments based on unproven infringement allegations. Not only does Moore bear some responsibility for establishing the notice-and-notice rules without regulations, but there is now no quick fix.
The United States and Canada do not allow for full competition, but Americans benefit from a bigger market given their much larger population. Thus, a continental market in airline travel would serve passengers if an American airline could compete head-to-head with Canadian airlines on domestic routes. But the federal government won't allow it. The result? Higher airline fares in Canada.
Stephen Harper est arrivé jeudi en Chine pour une visite officielle de quatre jours qui sera largement consacrée à renforcer
While protests for greater democratic rights continue in Hong Kong, some fear there could be a crackdown similar to what occurred in Tiananmen Square in 1989. Below is a list of the MPs who made reference to Tiananmen on or around June 4 during the past 15 years.