PM Stephen Harper Announces the name of the first of the Royal Canadian Navy’s Arctic/Offshore Patro
By News on the Net
Prime Minister’s Office
Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced the name of the first of the Royal Canadian Navy’s (RCN) Arctic/Offshore Patrol Ships (AOPS). Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship Harry DeWolf, named in honour of a wartime Canadian naval hero, will be the first of a fleet of AOPS designed to better enable the RCN to exercise sovereignty in Canadian waters, including in the Arctic. The Prime Minister made the announcement at His Majesty’s Canadian Ship Haida, formerly commanded by Vice-Admiral Harry DeWolf, which currently serves as a museum ship and is located on the waterfront of Hamilton, Ontario.Canada: Whither Goest Thou?
By Ian Nunn
A section in John Mauldin’s weekly eletter, Thoughts From the Front Lines, caught our attention. In particular he showed this chart:
Ontario Should Reject Calls for a Sugar Tax
By Canadian Taxpayers Federation
This article appeared in the Toronto Sun on Monday September 15, 2014
Some people believe that politicians and governments can solve all the problems of the world. That by simply passing the right laws and imposing the right regulations, leaders can solve complex social issues and cure society of all its bad habits.