Q Your argument around equalization seems to be that a promise is a promise—because Stephen Harper said there would be no clawbacks due to resource revenues, he can’t now even give you the option of sticking with the old deal or accepting a new one that includes a cap on equalization payments if a province’s per capita revenues surpass Ontario’s.By DANNY WILLIAMS8 min
WHEN DIANA, Princess of Wales, died in 1997, I was frankly afraid of how people reacted and I cringed when I heard the word “saint” bandied around (“The undoing of Diana,” Society, June 18). I liked Diana from the moment I first saw her on television just before her marriage to Prince Charles.
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