IT’S GREAT to see that the love-in for Obama is beginning to wane (“Why Barack Obama is bad for Canada,” National, June 29). But it’s too late. As Canadians were with Pierre Trudeau, American voters were hoodwinked by a suave, sophisticated smooth talker.
On Saturday, the leaders of Canada’s three major parties turned up in Calgary to take part in Stampede festivities and slip in a little meal-time campaigning. Speaking at a breakfast at the Calgary Zoo, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff blasted the Tories for their latest attack ads, which imply that the Bloc Québécois favours leniency for pedophiles.
Being right is much, much better than being wrong. In business being right can make you rich, and being wrong is often a firing offence. And right now, on Bay Street, Wall Street and in every other financial capital, the world is dividing into two camps.By STEVE MAICH7 min
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