Canada’s non event of the year goes to Stephen Harper’s cabinet shuffle. It was hugely oversold as the biggest shake-up since they became “Canada’s new government” seven and a half years ago.
Accidents involving alcohol take the lives of thousands of Canadians every year. Forcing drivers to give breath samples before they start their vehicles could dramatically reduce drunk driving.
At the height of the crisis, the Calgary mayor was cool, calm and collected. Similarly, the Alberta premier took command from the get go, mobilizing the resources that were needed.
Pamela Wallin’s life has been under a bit of microscope for a few months, and it’s not a pretty picture.
All banking institutions have tougher capital requirements in the wake of what happened in 2008. The credit unions did not need to be hit with higher taxes.
Winnipeg has hitched its green wagon to Emterra Waste Management, a company that’s garnered many contracts across Canada, but the experience on the prairies has not been glowing.
Investigative reporter David Barsamian was in Winnipeg recently where he spoke to the National Campus & Community Radio Conference about journalism in the 21st century.
Manitoba Housing is looking at making some changes to its rental units which could offer tenants the option of living in accommodations that are designated as either smoking or non-smoking.
While a former PUB chairman questions Manitoba Hydro’s economic viability, one wonders why the province doesn’t sell more hydropower to it’s western neighbours.
If we continue to live without taking action – nothing will change. If we follow Compassionate Louisville and the teaching of great thinkers and leaders, amazing things can happen.