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  • Know the real Harper before you voteThe Canadian Charger
    May 8, 2015

    During a recent interview with Steve Paikin, on the TV Ontario program The Agenda, journalist and author of Party of One Michael Harris explained why he feels that Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is not to be believed.

  • China: Beyond Economics and PoliticsThe Canadian Charger
    May 8, 2015

    Since coming to power, Chinese president Xi Jinping has tightened the Party's control over cultural activities in the country. He has expanded the Chinese film industry, and increased promotion of Chinese culture abroad. In a 2010 speech on art and literature President Xi stressed that the two cultural realms must "persist in the fundamental orientation of serving the people and serving socialism."

  • Harper is a bigot; he doesn't like Muslims - lawyer saysThe Canadian Charger
    May 26, 2015

    At a news conference on May 7, 2015, after Omar Khadr was released on bail, his lawyer, Dennis Edney, told the media "Mr. Harper is a bigot; he doesn't like Muslims."

  • Why is Shisha (hookah) smoking on the rise? The Canadian Charger
    May 26, 2015

    While anti-smoking campaigns have helped reduce cigarette smoking amongst young people in Canada, Shisha (hookah) smoking is increasing in this same age group, according researchers with the Propel Centre for Population Health Impact at the University of Waterloo.

  • On October 19 vote NDP, Michael Keefer urges CanadiansThe Canadian Charger
    July 14, 2015

    "I would propose that there are, or should be, three decisive issues in the upcoming federal election: (1) electoral fraud; (2) Medicare; and (3) Bill C-51," said Michael Keefer in a recent interview with The Canadian Charger, "Consideration of these three issues leaves us, by a process of elimination, with two choices in English Canada: the New Democratic Party and the Green Party. I would urge Canadians who live in the two ridings held by the Greens to support them. Elsewhere I would recommend supporting the NDP, which has a realistic chance of forming the next government--perhaps even with a parliamentary majority."

  • Are the Liberals good alternatives to Harper?The Canadian Charger
    June 22, 2015

    In its 6-months poll - Are the Liberals good alternatives to Harper? - the Canadian Charger found the percentage of readers who answered yes has been decreasing. And in mid-May, an EKOS Research poll showed that the Liberal Party has for the first time since Justin Trudeau became leader two years ago slipped below the Conservative Party. Meanwhile the NDP have gained enough support to make the race for the October federal election a virtual tie, with just three points separating the Conservatives, the NDP, and the Liberals.

  • Canada doing business with ChinaThe Canadian Charger
    June 22, 2015

    In his recent book Middle Kingdom Middle Power, David Mulroney, former Canadian Ambassador to China, calls for Canada to become more engaged with China, while at the same time standing up for Canada's interests and values - a position he feels is at odds - to say the least - with the conduct of the Harper government.

  • Canada Deserves Better!The Canadian Charger
    July 14, 2015

    The Canadian Charger is a leading interactive online magazine that addresses issues that are important to you.

  • Harper: Is he telling the truth regarding Duffy?The Canadian Charger
    September 15, 2015

    In the fall of 2013, in the midst of the controversy about former PMO chief of staff Nigel Wright's secret payment of $90,000 to cover what the RCMP considers to be Senator Duffy's fraudulent expenses, Prime Minister Stephen Harper - as he has proven so adept at doing - sidestepped a reporter's question about this issue with the following reply:

  • Special Issue: Defeat Harper as we defeated CampbellThe Canadian Charger
    September 15, 2015

    After leading Liberal leader Jean Chretien in the polls prior to the October 25, 1993 election, the Progressive Conservatives and newly elected leader Kim Campbell were swept from power in a Liberal landslide.

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