Last week, CPAC and Maclean’s presented 'Our Democracy is Broken: How do we fix it?’, a panel debate featuring former NDP leader Ed Broadbent, author John Ralston Saul, former Reform party strategist Rick Anderson, Jean Chrétien’s senior policy adviser Eddie Goldenberg, and Andrew Coyne and Paul Wells from Maclean’s. CPAC's Peter Van Dusen served as moderator.
ROGERS COMMUNICATIONS has always respected Maclean’s right to editorial independence. However, in our opinion, your cover story of Oct. 5 (“Why Balsillie went ballistic,” Business) fails to tell the whole story about Jim Balsillie. Our company has had a long history with the two co-founders of the highly successful Research In Motion (RIM)—a business relationship based on mutual trust, respect and integrity and with individuals of the highest calibre.
The Dalai Lama, the peace-loving Buddhist monk and champion of an autonomous Tibet, began a busy week in Canada by serving as “guest editor” of the Saturday edition of the Vancouver Sun. The result was a very earnest paper filled with love, compassion and understanding—the usual murder, mayhem and politics sent to the back of the bus.
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