THE MORE I READ and hear about Michael Ignatieff, the more it looks to me that his quest for the leadership of the Liberal party and, perhaps, the country, is all about him and not about service to Canada (“Are you good enough for Michael Ignatieff?”
Q: You're 36 years old, which sounds young for a mayor, but compared to the rest of the population in Fort McMurray, you're actually— A: Ancient? I know. The average age here is 31.8. And this job has certainly given me a few grey hairs. Q: In the media, Fort McMurray is portrayed as a rough and tumble place where the streets are lined with gold, cocaine and prostitutes.
They were the shots—six to be precise—heard ’round Saskatchewan. After practically getting run out of Regina a couple of years back for a missed field goal in overtime for the CFL Western final, kicker Paul McCallum completed all six of his field-goal attempts against Montreal last week, helping his new team, the B.C. Lions, to the Grey Cup.
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