Preliminary voter turnout numbers for last Thursday’s election are at a disappointing 57 per cent. By contrast, the recent election in PEI drew 83 per cent of eligible voters despite taking place in the aftermath of a … Read more
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Smuggy needs a new business partner:
My business partner has listened to several hours of news radio today and nobody is talking about the deaths of our defenders in Afghanistan.
Evidently Smuggy’s “business partner” wasn’t listening to the CBC this morning as they reported the story every hour … Read more
Andrew Sullivan has reviewed David Kay’s report on Iraqi WMDs. While I haven’t read the report, I fully recognise that the media is blowing it out of proportion. It is a preliminary report after all, albeit half a year in the making. As such, I cannot comment on Sullivan’s review. … Read more
The results are in for the 2003 Ontario election:
Liberal: 72 seats PC: 24 seats NDP: 7 seats
This is quite close to James Bow’s guesstimate of 70 seats, 24 seats and 9 seats for … Read more
I just came back from casting my ballot. In the true fashion of representative democracy, I voted for the candidate who I feel will best represent my riding. Provincially, I am hoping for a Liberal minority.
My weblog has been getting a lot of … Read more