Burnaby-New Westminster MP Peter Julian runs the fastest mouth in Ottawa, according to Samara, a non-partisan organization that analyzes politics.
A military background might not be what most people envision when the think of the incumbent MLA for Maple Ridge-Mission.
In your article "Strahl speaks on growing concern," (Times, April 30) Mark Strahl has taken on what I consider to be a local issue.
Should a convicted cop shooter be allowed entry to Canada?
WHEN the members of a West Vancouver book club finished reading Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn's Half the Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity For Women Worldwide, they felt compelled to take action.
Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon MP Mark Strahl addressed local concerns over the growing of medical marijuana last week in Parliament.
Regarding your excellent April 14 editorial, Cheaping Out, it is my opinion that our political and industry leaders are failing Canada and Canadians. Have none of them heard of Henry Ford? He found out that his employees were not making enough money to purchase the cars they were producing. Soon after he paid them more and his Ford Motor Company became more successful. Ford found that in a consumer economy, people need money to purchase goods and services, and that in return profits rise.
Awareness of GMOs (genetically modified organisms, also known as GE, genetically engineered foods) is increasingly making me a concerned mother and grandmother.
When he spoke to the Times last month, Steve McQueen oozed enthusiasm for a hockey game he was was organizing between local rec leaguers and a travelling squad of Russian players.
On March 27, you had an opportunity to support the private member's bill put forward by NDP member Fin Donnelly to ban the importation of shark fins into Canada.
Irony is one of my favourite things - as is politics. But that's kind of redundant. Because in this country, irony and politics are practically the same thing.
Despite losing out by an agonizing five votes in the House of Commons, MP Fin Donnelly has vowed to carry on his fight to ban shark fin imports to Canada.
THE Squamish Nation membership is set to go to the polls to decide whether the band will allow groups formerly not entitled to band membership the chance to join.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled we have to give Winnipeg back.
It's official - when veteran politician Paul Forseth blasts the Liberals in the story above, he's been blessed by John Cummins.
Much has been written lately about poverty, including lots of statistics, rational arguments, consternation and, with our recession and a probable further economic bubble or slowdown, it's going to get worse.
Well, that looks very promising - the creation of a (federal) Office of Religious Freedom. But a nagging question remains: Why was this announcement made in a Muslim mosque rather than in Canada's Parliament?