war of 1812 bicentennial

The Harper government made its first high-profile appearances in Quebec since the election of the province's new pro-independence
Tory MP Rob Anders is under fire for comparing the War of 1812 with "Islamic terrorism" in a newsletter to constituents. The
Besides napping, Tory MP Rob Anders is well-known for taking controversial positions. But on the War of 1812? In a recent
OTTAWA - The Harper government wants to commemorate the War of 1812 in stone and asked Tuesday for artists who want to design
OTTAWA - There was a war in 1812? Really? The Harper government has been highlighting a war with our American neighbours
Peter MacKay's War of 1812 history appears to be a little fuzzy. Last week during a speech at the French Embassy in Ottawa
This year marks the bicentennial of the outbreak of the War of 1812, and it is right that Canadians recognize and celebrate its significance. To celebrate and commemorate only those parts -- indeed, those parts of parts -- of Canadian history that fit the talking points and policy direction of a particular government is to diminish the true greatness of the Canadian story.
The Conservative government's multi-million dollar effort to ensure Canadians never forget the War of 1812 may have sidelined
On June 18, 200 years ago, the United States signed a declaration of war against Great Britain, pitting itself against British
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government is spending more than $28 million on a war that happened 200 years ago, leaving