Harper is finally releasing the book he’s been talking about for years in November of this year. Above is the cover, which was released to media today.
Harper wrote the book with the help of a full-time researcher and well known hockey writer Roy McGregor. 

Harper is finally releasing the book he’s been talking about for years in November of this year. Above is the cover, which was released to media today.

Harper wrote the book with the help of a full-time researcher and well known hockey writer Roy McGregor. 

Harper tweeted his day the other day using the hastag #dayinthelife. Here are some shots from the day, or go to this National Post article to see them all.

Tomorrow is an Assembly of First Nations Chiefs meeting with the Prime Minister, which may or may not include Governor General David Johnston. Many Chiefs - including Theresa Spence - have said they are not attending without the GG. AFN National Chief Shawn Atleo will be in attendance.
The date of the meeting has also spawned a Global Day of Action under Idle No More. Events are being planned all around the world - from major Canadian cities to Australia, Finland, Hawaii and more. Click here to find an event near you.

Tomorrow is an Assembly of First Nations Chiefs meeting with the Prime Minister, which may or may not include Governor General David Johnston. Many Chiefs - including Theresa Spence - have said they are not attending without the GG. AFN National Chief Shawn Atleo will be in attendance.

The date of the meeting has also spawned a Global Day of Action under Idle No More. Events are being planned all around the world - from major Canadian cities to Australia, Finland, Hawaii and more. Click here to find an event near you.

IDLE NO MORE
The ‘Idle No More’ movement hit the news this week after Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence embarked on a hunger strike in Ottawa, saying she is not afraid to die on her journey. Spence is calling for the Conservative government to  start showing more respect to First Nations issues and treaties.
While Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Duncan offered to meet with the Chief and discuss the situation in her community, Spence insists the issues go beyond Attawapiskat. 
Read more about this important issue at the following links:

Idle No More
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Aboriginal peoples and their allies across Canada have taken up the movement - educate yourself and join the cause.

IDLE NO MORE

The ‘Idle No More’ movement hit the news this week after Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence embarked on a hunger strike in Ottawa, saying she is not afraid to die on her journey. Spence is calling for the Conservative government to  start showing more respect to First Nations issues and treaties.

While Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Duncan offered to meet with the Chief and discuss the situation in her community, Spence insists the issues go beyond Attawapiskat. 

Read more about this important issue at the following links:

Aboriginal peoples and their allies across Canada have taken up the movement - educate yourself and join the cause.

Stephen Harper happened to be in the same spot as a pair of newlyweds and their wedding party as they were taking photos on Saturday, and took some pictures with them.

Omen or good luck, is the real question here.

On April 20, 1968, Trudeau was sworn in as Canada’s 15th Prime Minister.

On April 20, 1968, Trudeau was sworn in as Canada’s 15th Prime Minister.