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Public Safety Minister Vic Toews took to Twitter Thursday to suggest Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party were behind the
Ford's physical state has nothing to do with how he conducts himself or how he performs as a public official, which are the only things we should be judging him on.
The former Liberal staffer who set up a Twitter account to publicize details from the divorce filings of Public Safety Minister
A Manitoba judge has ruled that federal Public Safety Minister Vic Toews should be allowed to know who was looking at his
Liberal employee Adam Carroll was behind the Twitter account @Vikileaks30 and has resigned, according to interim Liberal
@Vikileaks30 isn't only smear -- it's insulting to the very Canadians its creator supposedly intended to protect. Thanks to this person, Toews' mistress and their love-child have been subjected to a level of embarrassment to which no Canadian should be subjected. Does it demonstrate the level of privacy Bill C-30 might violate? Possibly -- but it came at the cost of people who had nothing to do with it.
The RCMP has been asked to investigate what Vic Toews’ spokesman Mike Patton describes as "serious" threats against the public
Happy Family Day weekend to those Canadians lucky enough to have tomorrow off. The Internet never sleeps, so those of us living in Blogtown and the urban center of WebNews rarely have more than a few hours away from a computer. I hope readers will forgive me if I run through the past week's highlights Billy Joel style -- as in "We Didn't Start the Fire" -- in order to take the rest of the day off with my non-virtual family.

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UPDATE: The original video has been removed from YouTube. The above video was posted by user Operation VicTory. Vikileaks
After a week of turmoil, NDP leadership candidate Paul Dewar publicly called on Vic Toews, Minister of Public Safety, to