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HEADLINES - NDP launches attack ads on Stephen Harper’s economic record
The NDP has released daring attack ads against Prime Minister Stephen Harper, claiming his Conservative government is responsible for the largest deficits in Canadian history and accusing the Tories of leading the country into another economic downturn.
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Windsor - July 1, 2012 - The NDP has released daring attack ads against Prime Minister Stephen Harper, claiming his Conservative government is responsible for the largest deficits in Canadian history and accusing the Tories of leading the country into another economic downturn. National Post - NDP launches attack ads on Stephen Harper’s economic record

Etobicoke hearing thrusts electoral system under spotlight

Canada’s top court is now weighing a question it has never considered: How fraught with error must an election be before judges decide to overturn it and order a new one? The Supreme Court announced Tuesday it would reserve judgment after hearing a Toronto MP’s appeal of a lower-court decision to toss out the 2011 federal vote results in the riding of Etobicoke Centre. Globe & Mail- Full Story

Arrest made in York University sex assaults

A man accused of assaulting five women last week at York University made a brief court appearance Tuesday. Oshane Leach, 20, of Toronto, appeared in a North York courtroom wearing a white t-shirt and baggy jeans. He repeatedly interrupted proceedings. Toronto Sun - Full Story

Arrest made in York University sex assaults

A man accused of assaulting five women last week at York University made a brief court appearance Tuesday. Oshane Leach, 20, of Toronto, appeared in a North York courtroom wearing a white t-shirt and baggy jeans. He repeatedly interrupted proceedings. Toronto Sun - Full Story

Deputy booted from Council

If you ask Mayor Bryan McGillis, everything is just fine in South Stormont council. If you ask his deputy mayor, well, let’s just say they’re not seeing eye-to-eye. According to the minutes of that council’s June 27 meeting, Deputy-mayor Tammy Hart was asked to leave at the beginning of council for refusing to apologize for what McGillis described only as “conduct and behaviour.” Standard Freeholder - Full Story

Feds and Mint spent $56,000 on penny-killing photo op

A penny for your thoughts on the penny? More like 5.6 million of them. The federal government and Royal Canadian Mint spent about $56,000 to have Finance Minister Jim Flaherty stamp the final Canadian penny produced for circulation during a news conference in May at the Mint in Winnipeg, new documents and data show. Edmonton Journal - Full Story

Windsor Councillors outsource work of AG

Following a lengthy and sometime emotional debate, Windsor city council voted Monday night to outsource all the city's internal audit functions. A motion by Coun. Bill Marra to preserve the internal auditor general's position created by council last year failed in a recorded vote, with Mayor Eddie Francis joining five others in opposition to the proposal. Windsor Star - Full Story


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