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Martin must clean out the Chretien stable - Friday, October 31, 2003
The real measure of the new prime minister will be how quickly he rids the nation of the rotten crew that has misgoverned Canada this past decade. The country is suffering from the choke hold imposed on it by an aging prime minister long faded from whatever glory he once could command. Today, he seems capable only of swanning around the globe one last time at the taxpayers' expense for no purpose but to delay the transfer of power. (full story)

Sudden end to driving need for insurance biz must- - Friday, October 31, 2003
Funny how the world turns. Or U-turns. Hours after Ralph says he wants to freeze premiums, and with pressure building for a rollback of rates and the scrapping of any cap on minor injury claims, the insurance companies fold like a cheap deck of cards. (full story)

An interesting local take on the CA/PC Merger - Monday, October 20, 2003
Any merger, whether it's a marriage or joining two political parties, is all about compromise, but the Canadian Alliance has given up a lot more than the Conservatives to unite the right, says a Lethbridge political scientist. (full story)

Merger of Canadian right brings joy, bitterness... - Monday, October 20, 2003
EDMONTON - There was joy in the heart of Reform country Thursday at the news that the long-awaited political unification of the right wing was at hand - but there was bitterness, too. (full story)

Quebec opposition leader Bernard Landry. - Monday, October 20, 2003
QUEBEC (CP) - Parti Quebecois Leader Bernard Landry invited party members Saturday to plan for another sovereignty referendum in five years, however he refused to commit to a quick independence vote if the party returns to power. (full story)

Tory activist says merger 'a blackmail' - Monday, October 20, 2003
OTTAWA (CP) -- A proposal to merge the Progressive Conservatives with the Canadian Alliance is a form of blackmail that betrays the party of Confederation, says the man who helped elect one of the dealmakers. (full story)

Manning's reform movement is dead - Monday, October 20, 2003
Negotiators for the Canadian Alliance and the Progressive Conservatives reached an agreement last week intended to see the two parties merge into the Conservative Party of Canada. The agreement was hailed as the appearance at last of a single right-of-centre political option. (full story)

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