Julian Wolfe
March 24th, 2011

Just a mere few hours will determine the fate of Stephen Harper’s minority government, one littered with corruption and deceit. The campaign is going to be rough and the vocal points have already been decided. However, according to Nanos Research, the opposition could have the upper hand.
The campaign will focus on the economy or ethics and accountability.

Julian Wolfe
March 18th, 2011

With scandals becoming a day to day News topic and the loss of confidence of the opposition parties, it is now more than certain that the government will fall next week. There are two opportunities in which the government will fall, the budget, and the inquiry into the conduct of government practices. However, regardless of the day that is chosen, the government will fall as it seems more and more likely that for the first time in Canadian history, the Government of Canada will be found in contempt.

Julian Wolfe
March 17th, 2011

Michael Ignatieff’s Liberals released two new attack ads today aimed at attacking Harper’s corrupt handling of public office and reaching out to Canadians to be the voice of a new direction. Each ad is 30 seconds long and either depicts news clippings showing Harper’s scandals or, as a novelty, displaying himself in his own ad.

Julian Wolfe
March 13th, 2011

There comes a time in every government’s standings when an event or series of events dominos to their defeat. Brian Mulroney got defeated on the deficit and implementation of the GST, the tax that we pay on almost everything we purchase. Jean Chretien got defeated when tyranny struck the inner core of his party. Paul Martin got defeated due to the sponsorship scandal. Stephen Harper has yet to be defeated, but for a man who campaigned on a platform of accountability and trust, his government’s actions have been anything but.

Julian Wolfe
March 10th, 2011

Before reading this article, it is strongly recommended that you read Conservative Party Riddled in Scandal.

Julian Wolfe
March 4th, 2011

The Conservative Party of Canada is taking fire from left, right, and center over election spending in the 2006 election and in an election that has yet to happen.

Julian Wolfe
February 27th, 2011

Gilles Duceppe, leader of the Bloc Quebecois, went into Harper’s track record and made the case for Quebec separation at his first visit to Dawson College in Montreal Quebec.

Julian Wolfe
February 19th, 2011

Canada’s Conservative government has a knack of misspending money and making Canadians foot the bill. This is not an opinion, this is fact.

Julian Wolfe
February 7th, 2011

Like browsing the internet? If the CRTC had their way, you would be paying more for it. As if Canadians don’t already have enough expenses and raising prices and not to mention that 80% price gap with the United States… Don’t we all just love it when the rich play a monopoly on the powerless?

Julian Wolfe
February 6th, 2011

Over the course of the next few weeks as Canada approaches the vote on the budget that is expected to be defeated, the Liberals and Conservatives will be bashing each others heads into the wall. While the Conservatives go all out with Republican style ads, the Liberals mock Harper and create a Facebook page to fuel their Quebec wing of their campaign.

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