Laura Salvas

Metro Snapshot: May 20, 2008

Charges have been laid in the murder of a cabinet minister's politicalaide, a crime which has left residents of a small Quebec town stunned. The holiday weekend was also marred by tragedy as numerous people died as the result of dangerous driving, stabbings, and a capsized canoe. In Winnipeg, car...

Tuesday, May 20, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 20, 2008

Charges have been laid in the murder of a cabinet minister's politicalaide, a crime which has left residents of a small Quebec town stunned. The holiday weekend was also marred by tragedy as numerous people died as the result of dangerous driving, stabbings, and a capsized canoe. In Winnipeg, car...

Tuesday, May 20, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 20, 2008

Charges have been laid in the murder of a cabinet minister's politicalaide, a crime which has left residents of a small Quebec town stunned. The holiday weekend was also marred by tragedy as numerous people died as the result of dangerous driving, stabbings, and a capsized canoe. In Winnipeg, car...

Tuesday, May 20, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 20, 2008

Charges have been laid in the murder of a cabinet minister's politicalaide, a crime which has left residents of a small Quebec town stunned. The holiday weekend was also marred by tragedy as numerous people died as the result of dangerous driving, stabbings, and a capsized canoe. In Winnipeg, car...

Tuesday, May 20, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 20, 2008

Charges have been laid in the murder of a cabinet minister's politicalaide, a crime which has left residents of a small Quebec town stunned. The holiday weekend was also marred by tragedy as numerous people died as the result of dangerous driving, stabbings, and a capsized canoe. In Winnipeg, car...

Tuesday, May 20, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 16, 2008

Stephen Harper is set to apologize for rampant abuse that took place in once mandatory native residential schools, while the Ontario aboriginal affairs minister is accusing the government of not moving quickly enough to settle an aboriginal land-claim dispute in Caledonia that erupted two years ago...

Friday, May 16, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 16, 2008

Stephen Harper is set to apologize for rampant abuse that took place in once mandatory native residential schools, while the Ontario aboriginal affairs minister is accusing the government of not moving quickly enough to settle an aboriginal land-claim dispute in Caledonia that erupted two years ago...

Friday, May 16, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 16, 2008

Stephen Harper is set to apologize for rampant abuse that took place in once mandatory native residential schools, while the Ontario aboriginal affairs minister is accusing the government of not moving quickly enough to settle an aboriginal land-claim dispute in Caledonia that erupted two years ago...

Friday, May 16, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 16, 2008

Stephen Harper is set to apologize for rampant abuse that took place in once mandatory native residential schools, while the Ontario aboriginal affairs minister is accusing the government of not moving quickly enough to settle an aboriginal land-claim dispute in Caledonia that erupted two years ago...

Friday, May 16, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 16, 2008

Stephen Harper is set to apologize for rampant abuse that took place in once mandatory native residential schools, while the Ontario aboriginal affairs minister is accusing the government of not moving quickly enough to settle an aboriginal land-claim dispute in Caledonia that erupted two years ago...

Friday, May 16, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 16, 2008

Stephen Harper is set to apologize for rampant abuse that took place in once mandatory native residential schools, while the Ontario aboriginal affairs minister is accusing the government of not moving quickly enough to settle an aboriginal land-claim dispute in Caledonia that erupted two years ago...

Friday, May 16, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 15, 2008

Lucky drivers at the pumps yesterday were handed cash equaling the amount of tax they paid to fill up. The Canadian Taxpayers Federation staged protests at nine gas stations across Canada reimbursing gas tax to drivers, calling for lower gas taxes. Meanwhile, Stephane Dion is defending his proposal...

Thursday, May 15, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 15, 2008

Lucky drivers at the pumps yesterday were handed cash equaling the amount of tax they paid to fill up. The Canadian Taxpayers Federation staged protests at nine gas stations across Canada reimbursing gas tax to drivers, calling for lower gas taxes. Meanwhile, Stephane Dion is defending his proposal...

Thursday, May 15, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 15, 2008

Lucky drivers at the pumps yesterday were handed cash equaling the amount of tax they paid to fill up. The Canadian Taxpayers Federation staged protests at nine gas stations across Canada reimbursing gas tax to drivers, calling for lower gas taxes. Meanwhile, Stephane Dion is defending his proposal...

Thursday, May 15, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 15, 2008

Lucky drivers at the pumps yesterday were handed cash equaling the amount of tax they paid to fill up. The Canadian Taxpayers Federation staged protests at nine gas stations across Canada reimbursing gas tax to drivers, calling for lower gas taxes. Meanwhile, Stephane Dion is defending his proposal...

Thursday, May 15, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 15, 2008

Lucky drivers at the pumps yesterday were handed cash equaling the amount of tax they paid to fill up. The Canadian Taxpayers Federation staged protests at nine gas stations across Canada reimbursing gas tax to drivers, calling for lower gas taxes. Meanwhile, Stephane Dion is defending his proposal...

Thursday, May 15, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 15, 2008

Lucky drivers at the pumps yesterday were handed cash equaling the amount of tax they paid to fill up. The Canadian Taxpayers Federation staged protests at nine gas stations across Canada reimbursing gas tax to drivers, calling for lower gas taxes. Meanwhile, Stephane Dion is defending his proposal...

Thursday, May 15, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 14, 2008

Canada and the U.S. are no better than al-Qaeda when it comes to their handling of Omar Khadr, a young Canadian held at Guantanamo Bay, says Liberal senator Romeo Dellaire. He says the two countries have flouted human rights and that Canada should be bending over backward to bring Khadr home. A...

Wednesday, May 14, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 14, 2008

Canada and the U.S. are no better than al-Qaeda when it comes to their handling of Omar Khadr, a young Canadian held at Guantanamo Bay, says Liberal senator Romeo Dellaire. He says the two countries have flouted human rights and that Canada should be bending over backward to bring Khadr home. A...

Wednesday, May 14, 2008, 7:37 AM

Metro Snapshot: May 14, 2008

Canada and the U.S. are no better than al-Qaeda when it comes to their handling of Omar Khadr, a young Canadian held at Guantanamo Bay, says Liberal senator Romeo Dellaire. He says the two countries have flouted human rights and that Canada should be bending over backward to bring Khadr home. A...

Wednesday, May 14, 2008, 7:37 AM