Posts Tagged ‘Stephen Harper’

Marg Delahunty says she’s going by boat to Ottawa. With her sword.

Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

Give the poor Crime Minister the chance he so desperately needs. Vote anybody but Conservative. Help Stasi Steve, Our Dear Leader, Stevil.. to stop all his relentless, exhausting fear-mongering… What is their dark agenda? What are they, roasting puppy dogs on sticks back there?

Help Marg Brings Change.

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Donald Sutherland to fellow Canadians: “change the government”

Monday, October 5th, 2015

Donald Sutherland, while attending the Toronto International Film Festival, was asked about the Canadian federal election on Oct 19, 2015. Thanks to the Conservative government’s changes to the Elections Act, Sutherland as a resident of the US has been rendered unable to vote and he has been very vocal about it in the media, especially given his feelings about the current Stephen Harper government.

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Neil Young asking people to vote out the Stephen Harper government in Canada

Sunday, September 20th, 2015

“To me it’s a basic matter of integrity on the part of Canada. Canada is trading integrity for money. That’s what’s happening under the current leadership in CAanda, which is a very poor imitation of the George Bush administration in the United States. And it’s lagging behind on the world stage.

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Defeating Prime Minister Stephen Harper

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

Sorry, another post on politics, not design (but see About). And this is one that will annoy my more partisan friends, though perhaps not as much as partisanship is annoying me.

So here’s Joyce Murray‘s idea for how to get Harper—Canada’s Republican/Tea Party equivalent—out of office in the next federal election.

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Design & politics & newspapers who fire cartoonists for mocking pipeline companies

Sunday, December 30th, 2012

Well it’s the last day of 2012, the end of another alarming year in a string of alarming years. These are not times to be proud of in Vancouver, in British Columbia or especially in Canada.

Still, the First Nations-led movement known as Idle No More is a sign of hope that Prime Minister Stephen Harper is in serious trouble.

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Idle No More

Friday, December 28th, 2012

I am in full support of Idle No More and Chief Theresa Spence’s now perilous hunger strike in a tipi across from Canada’s Parliament buildings in Ottawa. Chief of the beleaguered town on Attawapiskat in Ontario, where inadequate housing has led to a level of misery that attracted even UN censure, Spence is engaged in a desperate gambit to force PM Harper to speak with her.

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