BATTLE ON THE INTERNET His home is in a small coastal town north of Victoria, his weapon a rickety self-built personal computer, and his only support a meagre income from his job as assistant manager of a gas station. But on the ethereal ground of the Internet, 54-year-old Kenneth McVay is a warrior with global reach.By JOE CHIDLEY5 min
When Audrey McLaughlin first entered the House of Commons, she sat watching the men bellow at each other in the farce known as Question Period. After several months of observing the posturing and insults, she was reminded of her favorite episode of the Murphy Brown TV sitcom.By Allan Fotheringham4 min
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