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this cant be the great canada?

Nov 28, 2005 12:18PM PST

Liberals lose - vote looms
Nov. 28, 2005. 08:19 PM
CANADIAN PRESS

OTTAWA (CP) ? A bitter winter election campaign begins Tuesday after the minority Liberal government collapsed on a vote of non-confidence supported by a united opposition.

There was little crackling drama in the 171-133 vote Monday night. The temporary Conservative-Bloc-NDP alliance signalled over two weeks ago that Paul Martin?s Liberals were doomed.

Instead, there was an air of jubilation and joviality in the House of Commons in the moments before and after the vote.

coruption heavens

http://www.thestar.com/NASApp/cs/ContentServer?pagename=thestar/Render&c=Article&cid=1133218897841&call_pageid=968332188492

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coruption heavens
Nov 28, 2005 12:39PM PST
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well now the great canada has more
Nov 28, 2005 12:49PM PST

anada falling short on Kyoto agreement: Dion

CTV.ca News Staff

Environment Minister Stephane Dion admitted the government is falling short in their Kyoto commitments but vowed not to give up as he spoke during the first day of the United Nations Conference for Climate Change (UNCCC) in Montreal on Monday.

"Canada is indeed far behind but Canada is not giving up," Dion said.

Many are worried that the political instability in Ottawa will distract from the importance of

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20051128/climate_kyoto_051128/20051128?hub=CTVNewsAt11

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IF, you are saying
Nov 28, 2005 1:07PM PST

Canada is ''falling short'' is the US also ''falling short'' ?

Canada eyes joining U.S. on Kyoto plans

OTTAWA?The United States intends to use next week's U.N. climate change conference in Montreal as part of a push to force the eventual elimination of the pollution caps that the Kyoto pact was specifically created to enforce.

And Canada has made preliminary moves to join the American efforts.

Under the proposed U.S. model, countries would rely on free-market mechanisms and the widespread introduction of new technologies to improve energy efficiency and slash pollution.


Since it appears Canada is in ''some agreement'' with the US

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(NT) (NT) wont it ever stop miricles
Nov 28, 2005 1:27PM PST
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(NT) (NT) So, is Canada still "great"?
Nov 28, 2005 1:31PM PST
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So why didn't we hear about this from you. You...
Nov 28, 2005 3:35PM PST

...BASH the USA all the time. Maybe you oughtta be more fair and balanced.

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here about what from me?
Nov 28, 2005 7:51PM PST

That there is an election in Canada? I think you've stated that you don't particularly care what goes on up here, but thank you for your interest.

IF you check my response to Mark about "corruption heavens" you will see that I posted about corruption in Canada LAST SPRING.

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Of course it is !! Immediate accountability,
Nov 28, 2005 7:40PM PST

You don't have to wait four years to throw the ******** out of office. An organized permanent opposition critiquing every move the government makes almost every day. A leader ready at a moments notice to lead a campaigh against the government and to govern immediately if elected.

How little you understand anywhere not the United States or governments different from the US.

Rob