Tagged: canada

The Stamp Act and why Our Privacy Matters

In 1765 the British Government introduced The Stamp Act. The Stamp Act required that all documents must contain the kings stamp. This meant that any newspaper, license, or other paper document had to bare the...

Why are there no Conservatives on the Ballot?

With three days until the election, I’m still trying to figure out why there are no conservatives on the ballot. Sure, there is a party with the word “conservative” in their name, but...

Election Debate #1 Live Blog

7:00 pm CT: Election Debate #1 is about to start. Economy 7:05 pm CT: Harper claims all the other parties will raise taxes. 7:13 pm CT: Harper, Mulcair and Trudeau are arguing about the...

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Seven Things America Hasn’t Figured Out Yet

Since last week was America’s birthday, Happy Independence Day. America has been a country for 239 years. That’s 91 years longer than Canada. Even though America has had a century more experience than Canada,...

148 Years as a Canadian Nation

Today Canadian’s get to proclaim 148 years of being a nation, 148 years of being “the true north strong and free.” Today all nine provinces, and three territories can join together in unity as...

Assisted Suicide and the Right to Die

The Supreme Court of Canada stated last week that Canadians should have the right to ask doctors to help them die if they have a debilitating medical condition. Parliament now has one year...