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RCMP charge Dutch man in case of Amanda Todd

Posted April 18, 2014 by The Canadian Press

Five charges include child pornography, extortion, criminal harassment and Internet luring

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Sister describes brother’s stabbing in Regina

Posted April 17, 2014 by Staff

REGINA – The sister of a man stabbed in a random attack at a Regina shopping mall says his life was saved by a woman who stopped and applied pressure to his wound. Although police have said the attack is … Continue Reading

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Disabled people turned away from restaurant

Posted April 17, 2014 by Anonymous

Disalbed people turned away from restaurant

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Cardinal suspends federal political run

Posted April 17, 2014 by Staff

EDMONTON – Aboriginal activist and educator Lewis Cardinal says he’s not going to run for the NDP in the next federal election after all. Cardinal issued a statement on Thursday saying he will be stepping down as the party’s candidate … Continue Reading

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Rocket man Hadfield flies paper planes

Posted April 17, 2014 by Staff

COQUITLAM, B.C. – Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield’s passion for space travel isn’t limited to rockets — he was just as happy flying paper airplanes with a bunch of giddy Grade 5 kids in Coquitlam, B.C. Hadfield joined 60 students at … Continue Reading

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AC/DC guitar is stolen in dirty deed B.C.

Posted April 17, 2014 by Staff

WHITE ROCK, B.C. – It was a theft that played out like the lyrics of the AC/DC song “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap.” Mounties in White Rock, B.C., are asking for the public’s help in finding a unique guitar stolen … Continue Reading

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Statement from father of Calgary mass-murder suspect

Posted April 17, 2014 by The Canadian Press

‘Like any parent can tell you, a love for your child is unconditional and we love Matthew dearly’

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Report on F-35 fighter jet rivals complete

Posted April 17, 2014 by The Canadian Press

Cabinet will decide whether there will be an open competition to replace aging fleet

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Arrest made in Amanda Todd case, reports a Dutch media outlet

Posted April 17, 2014 by The Canadian Press

35-year-old man in the Netherlands arrested, says report

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Charges laid against in Amanda Todd harassment: RCMP

Posted April 17, 2014 by Anonymous

Charges laid in Amanda Todd case

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MMA Crossfire – Vancouver hosts Demetrious Johnson – Ali Bagautinov flyweight title defence at UFC 174

Posted April 17, 2014 by Kenai Andrews

“Mighty Mouse” Demetrious Johnson will defend his flyweight championship against upcoming Russian challenger Ali Bagautinov at UFC 174 in Vancouver June 14th. The card also features B.C.’s favourite fighting son Rory MacDonald, fresh off a win against Damien Maia at […]

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Greens call on Government to Stand Up for BC on Kinder Morgan Pipeline

Posted April 17, 2014 by Anonymous

VICTORIA – Andrew Weaver, Deputy Leader of the BC Green Party and MLA for Oak Bay-Gordon Head, Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada and MP for Saanich-Gulf Islands, and Adam Olsen, Interim Leader of the BC Green Party, are calling on the BC Government and Kinder Morgan to request that the National Energy Board introduce cross-examination into the hearing process for the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion.

Trans Mountain, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kinder Morgan, is applying to triple the capacity of its Trans Mountain Pipeline to 890,000 barrels a day. The pipeline transports heavy oil from Alberta to Burnaby for transport by tanker. The expansion would see a drastic increase in the number of heavy oil tankers on the BC coast. Andrew Weaver, Elizabeth May and Adam Olsen have successfully been granted intervenor status in the hearing process.

“I applied for intervenor status so I could stand up for my constituents and offer them a voice in the process,” says Andrew Weaver. “Like others, I applied under the expectation that intervenors would have the right to cross-examine the proponent during the oral hearing process.” 

Cross-examination was an essential part of uncovering serious gaps in Enbridge’s evidence for the Northern Gateway pipeline proposal, including evidence surrounding what would happen in the event of an oil spill.

The Province of British Columbia’s final argument on the Northern Gateway pipeline was heavily reliant on evidence that only came out during the oral cross-examination process. This allowed the Government to credibly and transparently assess the available evidence and come to the conclusion that they “were unable to support the project at this time”. In contrast, the Trans Mountain Pipeline hearings currently do not include any oral cross-examination and only offer intervenors two written opportunities to directly ask Trans Mountain for information about its evidence.

“This is a watershed moment for the BC government’s claim that it will stand up for British Columbians,” says Andrew Weaver. “Without oral cross-examination, the government has little ability to credibly and transparently represent the best interests of British Columbians in this process. I am therefore asking the BC Government to call on the National Energy Board to introduce a full oral cross-examination into the hearing process.”

“Having appeared as legal counsel before the National Energy Board over the last 30 years, the right to cross-examine before the National Energy Board has been unquestioned,” says Elizabeth May. “The truncated process imposed due to the 2012 omnibus budget bill is bad enough, these additional changes represent a breach of natural justice and if not corrected will end up before the courts.”

“Without oral cross-examination, Kinder Morgan essentially gets to say ‘trust us’,” says Adam Olsen. “British Columbians made it clear with the Northern Gateway pipeline that ‘trust us’ isn’t good enough. We want a full and transparent review of all of the facts, and that requires oral cross-examination. If Kinder Morgan has nothing to hide, then there should be no problem with them supporting a full oral-cross examination in the hearings.”

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Contact: 

Nicholas Gall
Communications Officer
Green Party of Canada
(613) 614 4916
nicholas.gall@greenparty.ca

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Canada sending CF-18s to bolster NATO response to Ukraine

Posted April 17, 2014 by The Canadian Press

Jets and ground support staff will be based in Poland

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Flags remain at half-mast after mass murder

Posted April 17, 2014 by Staff

CALGARY – The City of Calgary has lowered all flags at its municipal buildings to honour the five young people stabbed to death at a house party earlier this week. Officials say the flags will remain at half-mast until sunset … Continue Reading

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Hundreds protest New Brunswick abortion rules

Posted April 17, 2014 by Staff

FREDERICTON – Hundreds of people gathered in front of the New Brunswick legislature today for a pro-choice rally aimed at getting the provincial government to fund abortions at private clinics. Sorcha Bierne (Sor-cha Bern), co-ordinator of the Fredericton Youth Feminists, … Continue Reading

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Appeals court upholds landmark Metis ruling

Posted April 17, 2014 by Staff

OTTAWA – The Federal Court of Appeal has largely upheld a landmark ruling that could vastly expand the ranks of people considered Indians under the Constitution. A Federal Court ruling last year brought Metis and non-status Indians into the ranks … Continue Reading

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Supreme Court to hear 3 people-smuggling cases

Posted April 17, 2014 by The Canadian Press

Sun Sea appeals among those to be heard

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Koodo Mobile has 1 million subscribers

Posted April 17, 2014 by Ian Hardy

TELUS recently became Canada’s second largest wireless carrier and ended 2013 with 7,807,000 subscribers. This number represents both the TELUS Mobility brand and its sub-brand Koodo Mobile, with the newly acquired Public Mobile omitted from the results, but they have 222,000 subs. The breakdown of subscribers for each carrier is rarely given, but according to

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Airline regulator issues harmonized baggage rules for international flights

Posted April 17, 2014 by The Canadian Press

The Canadian Transportation Agency says that starting in the fall, passengers on international flights through Canada will be subjected to just one set of rules governing baggage allotments and fees even if they use a number of carriers. The regulator […]

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TELUS BlackBerry Z10 now available on Prepaid for $200

Posted April 17, 2014 by Ian Hardy

The BlackBerry Z10 was once the saviour of the Waterloo-based company. When this BlackBerry 10-powered device was released back in February of 2013 it saw “great interest” from its carrier partners. Many moons later, plus a massive “BlackBerry Z10 Inventory Charge” of $934 million, the one-time flagship has been demoted to entry-level status and shifted

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The five victims of the Calgary stabbings

Posted April 16, 2014 by Anonymous

What we know about the victims of the worst mass homicide in Calgary’s history

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Big and empty, the way we like it.

Posted April 16, 2014 by What's Different in Canada

Big and empty, the way we like it.

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OnePlus One will debut in Canada for $399 USD

Posted April 16, 2014 by Daniel Bader

Looking forward to the endlessly-teased OnePlus One smartphone, set to be announced April 23rd? So are we. The OnePlus One will sport a customized version of CyanogenMOD 11 with Android 4.4.2, which will likely get updated nearly as quickly as the latest Nexus devices. In fact, the OnePlus One is aiming its sights directly on

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Son of police inspector charged with five counts of first-degree murder

Posted April 15, 2014 by Michael Friscolanti

Michael Friscolanti on the latest details in the mass killing near the University of Calgary

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One really stupid thing government spent money on

Posted April 15, 2014 by Jason Kirby

The Abbotsford Heat hockey team leaves town, and foists a massive bill on taxpayers

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Hundreds line up to pay respects to Jim Flaherty

Posted April 15, 2014 by The Canadian Press

Hundreds gathered to pay their respects to the former finance minister a day before his state funeral

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Poilievre open to Senate proposals for changing election bill

Posted April 15, 2014 by The Canadian Press

Proposed changes don’t go anywhere far enough, say critics

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Street Artists Bring Out Their Inner Ninja Turtles

Posted April 15, 2014 by Sonya

Street art has gained it’s own rightful place in the world of contemporary art. We’re familiar with artists like Banksy who showcases his work around the world in public places. It’s urban art that is often fun, sometimes thought-provoking and […]

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Statement from Elizabeth May on the death of Mi’kmaq leader Noel Knockwood

Posted April 14, 2014 by Anonymous

SIDNEY, BC – Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada and Member of Parliament for Saanich–Gulf Islands, has issued the following statement on the death of Mi’kmaq leader Noel Knockwood:

“Noel Knockwood was a community leader, a tireless advocate for Mi’kmaq traditions and culture, and a strong voice for the rights of First Nations peoples in Nova Scotia and across Canada.

A Mi’kmaq spiritual leader, Knockwood worked to establish post-secondary education transition programs for Aboriginal students at Dalhousie University. He served on the Mi’kmaq Grand Council, and as the first Aboriginal Sergeant at Arms in the Nova Scotia Legislature. 

Noel Knockwood was a man of faith, courage and profound wisdom. His lifelong commitment to human rights was an inspiration to so many.

On behalf of the Green Party of Canada, I would like to express my heartfelt sympathy for his family and loved ones at this time. It was an honour to have known him and worked with him. He will be missed.”

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Contact:

Nicholas Gall
Communications Officer
Green Party of Canada
(613) 614 4916
nicholas.gall@greenparty.ca

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Fries Supreme

Posted April 14, 2014 by What's Different in Canada

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Somebody at Taco Bell Canada (probably stoned) must have remarked: “Canadians love fries with lots of stuff on top!” That is the only explanation for this only-in-Canada Taco Bell menu item, a bastardization of the least-Mexican Mexican food and an obvious stab at making “poutine,” fake-Mexican style. If you’re wondering when Canada will get the Taco Bell breakfast menu, the CEO has officially declared, “When you take Justin Bieber back.” 

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Statement from Elizabeth May for Passover

Posted April 14, 2014 by Anonymous

Passover begins this evening at sunset, and on behalf of the Green Party of Canada I would like to extend holiday greetings to all those across Canada and around the world who will be celebrating.

Passover commemorates the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery and oppression in ancient Egypt. It is a time for family and friends to gather together for traditional Seder dinners and to reflect on this important holiday’s themes of peace and freedom. 

At Passover, we join the Jewish Community in celebrating the blessings of a free society, while remembering those who are still not free from discrimination and persecution. 

Chag Sameach.

- Elizabeth May, O.C., MP

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Nicholas Gall
Communications Officer
Green Party of Canada
(613) 614 4916
nicholas.gall@greenparty.ca

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Statement from the Green Party of Canada for Vaisakhi

Posted April 14, 2014 by Anonymous

On the occasion of the 315th Vaisakhi, the Green Party of Canada would like to extend best wishes for a peaceful and joyous holiday season to Canada’s Sikh community.

Vaisakhi is a celebration of the anniversary of the inauguration of the Khalsa, the sovereign community of Sikhs, by Guru Gobind Singh. Vaisakhi is also a celebration of thanksgiving for the harvest. Each year, Sikhs around the world observe this holiday with feasts, songs, and processions.

The first Sikhs to immigrate to Canada settled near Vancouver around the turn of the last century. Today, Canada’s 470,000 Sikhs constitute an integral part of our country’s cultural mosaic.

The Green Party of Canada wishes all those celebrating today Khuśa visākhī!

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Nicholas Gall
Agent de communications
Parti vert du Canada
(613) 614 4916
nicholas.gall@partivert.ca

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What Yoko Ono Knows About Fracking

Posted April 14, 2014 by Stephen Elliott-Buckley

Today we are fresh off the tar soaked heels of Enbridge’s lie and spin machine in Kitimat, leading to a vote AGAINST their toxic future. In Kitimat, in a non-binding plebiscite, the people of Kitimat, but not the first peoples who live outside the town boundary, voted about 60-40 to kick out Enbridge. They’re liars, […]

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Greens celebrate results of Kitimat plebiscite on Northern Gateway

Posted April 13, 2014 by Anonymous

NANAIMO – Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada and Member of Parliament for Saanich-Gulf Islands today congratulates the people of Kitimat, BC on voting No in a plebiscite on the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline. The final re…

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Dellen Millard… despicable psychopath

Posted April 12, 2014 by MariaS

How do these people get to be this way?  
They seem to have everything … money, a comfortable lifestyle, good looks, friends …. and yet they have a need to hurt, kill and destroy.  What’s with such folks?  I don’t get it..

Jennifer Pagliaro writing at TorontoStar:
…Thomas Ryan can’t help looking    at the picture of his niece, Laura Babcock, the one smiling out from the missing person’s flyer posted in the downtown health club he runs.
Those who heard the news Thursday — that Dellen Millard, 28, accused in the deaths of Ancaster man Tim Bosma and his own father, is now also believed to have killed Babcock — have offered Ryan their condolences.
Police believe Babcock, a social butterfly whose friends and family have waited two years for answers after she disappeared without a word, was killed around July 3, 2012. That new information, filed in court Thursday, means she was likely dead for 11 days before she was ever reported missing.
“There is no closure by any means,” said Ryan. “Do we have a memorial? Do you have a memorial without a body?”
Ryan said the family has no information from police on whether they have discovered Babcock’s remains. Police were silent on that question this week.
That uncertainty has left Babcock’s parents holding out hope that she may still be out there, her uncle said.
“I think the hope is gone in me now,” Ryan said.
On Thursday, police announced Mark Smich, 26, also co-accused in Bosma’s murder, was charged in Babcock’s death. Millard’s girlfriend, Christina Noudga, 21, has been charged as an accessory to murder after the fact.
Noudga is accused of helping him “escape” after Bosma’s murder, police said.
As well, at least three other people may be the alleged link between Millard and an illegal firearm.
On Tuesday, three men were brought before a Toronto court to face charges of weapons trafficking. The arresting officer was Const. Jennifer Cash, who took over Babcock’s missing persons file before homicide’s Det. Mike Carbone was put in charge………

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After Crimea …. Donetsk

Posted April 12, 2014 by MariaS

VICE reporters in Ukraine

Dispatch 21, Kiev  April 3  (check out the Canadian flag at approx 3.20 mark) Looks like it’s attached to an embassy vehicle.

Dispatch 22,  Donetsk  April 7

Dispatch 23, Donetsk  April 8

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Allan's Perspective

Saturday Morning Confusion About XL Pipeline!

Posted April 12, 2014 by Allan W Janssen

Dear Readers: First of all we have some news from the town of Kitimat, way out in the wilds of British Columbia. You know about Kitimat, that’s the place where the XL pipeline is supposed to feed into a marine terminal for shipping oil overseas! Well, the tree huggers have been poring all sorts of […]

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Shape up, Nunavut.

Posted April 11, 2014 by What's Different in Canada

Shape up, Nunavut.

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Le parti Québécois est-il mort ?

Posted April 11, 2014 by Claude Dupras

Depuis l’écrasante victoire du parti libéral du Québec (PLQ) sur le Parti Québécois (PQ) nous entendons toutes sortes d’affirmations à l’effet que le PQ a perdu de son importance dans la vie politique du Québec et du Canada et qu’il est sur une pente descendante qui l’amènera à sa disparition.

Certains de ses membres parmi les plus connus, comme l’ex-ministre Louise Beaudoin et le sociologue Gérard Bouchard, n’hésitent pas à affirmer : « l’ampleur de la sanction populaire signifie la mort d’un rêve, porté par une génération qui a échoué à transmettre aux plus jeunes son projet de pays ». Eux qui, il y a à peine un mois, annonçaient avec grande confiance la victoire de leur parti et rêvaient d’un référendum gagnant, aujourd’hui déblatèrent contre le PQ en le condamnant à un avenir noir.

Si on oublie les deux référendums qui ont brassé un peu trop et inutilement la cage et que nous nous rappelons les nombreuses lois qui ont été votées par les gouvernements qui ont suivi la révolution tranquille, beaucoup de progrès a été accompli. Parmi elles, il y avait celles des chefs péquistes René Lévesque, Jacques Parizeau et Lucien Bouchard. Chacun a livré la marchandise : loi 101 sur la langue, lois sociales, assurance-auto, loi anti-scab, zonage agricole, programme Épargne-actions, etc… Malgré que j’aimais plusieurs de leurs décisions, je les ai combattus aux élections parce qu’ils voulaient tenir un référendum pour séparer le Québec du Canada, sauf en une occasion, en 1981, lorsque René Lévesque a gagné l’élection avec sa proposition « un bon gouvernement, sans référendum ».

À l’élection de lundi dernier, le PQ a perdu 24 députés et n’a récolté que 25,4% des votes, son deuxième plus bas score depuis sa création, tout en laissant filer le pouvoir qu’il avait acquis, par chance, en 2012 avec 31,95% du vote. Une vraie catastrophe !

Aujourd’hui, les commentateurs, chroniqueurs, blogueurs, politiciens fédéraux et autres affirment que 70%-75% des Québécois s’opposent à la tenue d’un référendum et, par conséquent, le PQ risque de disparaître. Est-ce la réalité ? Je ne le crois pas.

Durant les dernières années, jusqu’au lancement de la récente élection, les sondeurs affirmaient que 40% des Québécoises et Québécois favorisaient la séparation du Québec. Ce score a été constant de sondages en sondages. Je l’ai d’ailleurs utilisé maintes fois dans mes blogs pour souligner le danger possible qu’un référendum nous réservait. Il ressemble d’ailleurs étrangement à celui obtenu par René Lévesque lors du référendum de 1980, lorsque le OUI avait obtenu 40,6% des suffrages. J’ai la conviction que dans quelques mois, nous retrouverons le même score de 40% dans les sondages.

C’est donc dire que pour gagner un référendum, le OUI doit recueillir 10% de plus de votes. Il l’a presque fait en 1995. Mais dans la situation actuelle, cela semble impossible malgré que ce soit une relative petite marche à monter.

Pauline Marois a perdu l’élection à cause de son utilisation malencontreuse de la charte des valeurs et la tenue d’un référendum qu’elle cherchait à cacher. Trop de sources sérieuses, venues contredire ce qu’elle affirmait pour le démontrer, ont miné sa crédibilité. Sa décision d’aller en élection pour profiter de l’appui majoritaire qu’exprimaient les francophones à la loi 60, celle de la charte, ne s’est pas matérialisée en une victoire à cause de la mauvaise campagne électorale qu’elle a menée. Ajoutée aux votes négatifs presqu’unanimes des non-francophones à cause de la charte, ce fut fatal.

Jusqu’à un certain point, la PM Pauline Marois a dirigé un bon gouvernement comme je l’ai souligné dans quelques blogues, à ce moment-là. Les astres étaient bien alignés pour elle et son parti, au point que si elle avait mené une vraie bonne campagne et avait confirmé, dès l’annonce de l’élection, qu’il n’y aurait pas référendum durant son prochain mandat, il est raisonnable de penser qu’elle aurait pu maintenir son parti au pouvoir. Elle est donc directement responsable.

Mais rien ne dit que dans le futur, un nouveau chef ne pourra pas réussir là où elle a failli. Le problème est que le PQ n’a pas actuellement dans ses rangs un tel chef ou, s’il est là, il est bien caché, Parmi la panoplie de ses candidats possibles, aucun ne démontre être capable de gagner une élection. Les trois vedettes actuelles du parti, Drainville, Lisée et PKPéladeau, ont agi en bouffons sur scène le soir de l’élection. Alors que tout le Québec attendait, devant la télé, Pauline Marois qui devait accepter la défaite, chacun des trois mousquetaires mandatés pour préparer sa venue, a démontré un manque de jugement politique en prononçant, à tour de rôle, un discours pro-référendum alors qu’elle avait refusé d’en parler durant toute la campagne et que c’était la cause principale de sa défaite.

PKP semble favori actuellement pour devenir le nouveau chef du PQ. Ce milliardaire en a surpris plusieurs lorsqu’il a décidé de faire de la politique active. Séparatiste ardent, il s’est embarqué dans les circonstances que nous connaissons et, à la surprise générale, a fait déraillé la campagne de la PM Marois. Par la suite, nous l’avons vu plusieurs fois à la télé et entendu à la radio débattre ses positions politiques. Plusieurs électeurs ont été désappointés par ses prestations, surpris de sa difficulté à bien s’exprimer et de se produire en public. Orateur sans éloquence puissante et directe, sans prestance, il ne génère pas la confiance. Il n’est ni un René Lévesque, ni un Lucien Bouchard et ni même un Jacques Parizeau. Ceux-là étaient passionnés, connaissaient bien tous les dossiers et savaient s’exprimer avec ardeur, intelligence et conviction. On ne pouvait que les admirer, même si on ne partageait pas leurs avancés. PKP, pour sa part, a été bien superficiel dans ses discours, pas convaincant et même désappointant. Si je me fie aux nombreux commentaires que j’ai reçus depuis l’élection, il a « manqué son coup », il a manqué son entrée. Et ça c’est difficile à corriger car le mal est fait et ne devient pas orateur qui veut ! Malheureusement pour lui, Dale Carnegie n’est plus là !

En réalité, c’est triste parce que PKP pouvait être le prochain grand chef du PQ. Excellent homme d’affaires, il ne sera pas un grand politicien.

Sans PKP à sa tête, le PQ ne mourra pas car l’idée est encore là. Qu’il s’adapte à la réalité et que le prochain chef se lève !

Claude Dupras

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Cross Talk on RTTV

Posted April 11, 2014 by MariaS

One can learn a lot more from the supposedly “propaganda” spewing Russian TV than what we are fed by our own Russia-hating truth-denying media.

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