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Civil liberties at risk, ex-CSIS head says - Thursday, November 27, 2003
Canada's former top spy says the federal government has gone too far in the war on terror and risks trampling on civil liberties. (full story)

Gunplay is rampant on our streets, and guns - usually handguns - fall easily into the hands of criminals. No one, not even the most hardcore gun enthusiast, thinks this is a good thing. (In fact, law-abiding gun owners are in the forefront of efforts to get tough on gun crime.) (full story)

TIME FOR ACTION - Sunday, November 23, 2003
Premier Ralph Klein last Saturday appointed a task force of Tory MLAs to look into what's called the "Alberta Agenda" -- the idea that Alberta should reclaim all the fields that belong to it under the Canadian Constitution. (full story)

Save us from efficient government - Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Four beefy football fans from Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., their butt-cheeks smeared with a trenchant "GO ESKIES," clutch inflatable clapper-tubes provided by ... the Government of Canada. Another dismal Calgary Flames game is sponsored by ... the Government of Canada, its T-shirt cannon firing federal logo-wear at the narcoleptic masses. Fans at Taylor Field receive Government of Canada postcards, the better to indicate their favourite government service to the expansion-minded mandarins of the "national capital region." (full story)

THE MANY PLATITUDES OF PAUL - Wednesday, November 19, 2003
What can fairly be said about Paul Martin in the three days since he was elected Liberal leader - fawning media coverage aside - is this: (full story)

Albertans are moving beyond alienation - Wednesday, November 19, 2003
At its core, Alberta alienation has a provincial and a national component. Provincially, alienation is tied to the willingness and ability of the provincial government to assert Alberta's interests. Nationally, alienation is tied to a meaningful and effective role for Alberta's views within a national governing coalition. (full story)

Firewall could burn Klein Tories - Wednesday, November 19, 2003
The whole contrived and choreographed exercise last weekend at the Alberta PCs' annual policy conference was to achieve one end: contain the damage, control the situation and scotch the snake. (full story)

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