The acrimony in the House of Commons over the lack of ethical behaviour of politicians and their parties came to an end last week when MPs departed for their summer break with only a slim chance they have learned anything from their own mudslinging.

The Central School Centennial Committee is looking for the public’s help in answering some of their many questions and to verify some of the information that is currently only speculation.

Cellphone owners were likely rejoicing earlier this month when the CRTC released its new wireless code for all new cellphone and personal mobile device contracts set to start Dec. 2

Wednesday, 12 June 2013 16:02

Child labour standards need to change

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June 12 is World Day Against Child Labour and Alberta has the dubious distinction of having the worst Child Labour Standards in Canada.

Wednesday, 12 June 2013 16:01

Senate problematic for Stephen Harper

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Stephen Harper had a chance to be a leader, ethically accountable, humble and contrite by accepting responsibility for the Reform Party-led Conservative Senate Scandal, even to put it behind him. “He blew it” is the conclusion observers of Canadian politics are reaching, including the National Post’s John Ivison.

Thursday, 06 June 2013 09:09

Cultural priorities a little off kilter

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Premier Brad Wall, a few weeks ago you proudly announced that Paul McCartney was coming to Regina. 

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