Its opening night at the theatre, and the air outside Toronto’s St. Lawrence Centre sparkles with bright chat and fluttery kisses. The play, a two-man production from South Africa called The Island, has drawn an eclectic crowd. Most of Canada's noteworthy South African expatriates are here, some looking regal in traditional garb.By KIMBERLEY NOBLE8 min
Things just aren’t going Stockwell Day’s way. Canadian Alliance members have flooded the party’s offices with complaints—more than 1,300 of them—about an outside group soliciting support for Day. The Alliance caucus asked the beleaguered leader to personally contact the group, called Grassroots for Day, and ask them to “cease and desist” using the party’s membership lists to contact people.
Deb Grey: Stock says the MP who quit as his deputy leader is “cherished.” Her influence in the fractured Alliance has never been greater. Conrad Black: Renounces citizenship in his own country—the foundation of his fortune—over his desire for a measly foreign tide.
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