Elvis Costello is a Canucks fan, naturally.

Elvis Costello is a Canucks fan, naturally.

vgacard:

 
Crimi first started working at Pizza Gigi when he was a teenager and later took over the shop. He said he has been running it ever since, working seven days a week from 4 p.m. to 4 a.m.
Shit, maybe the drugs were for personal use.

Curious coincidence: “Crimi” is Italian for “Criminal”.

vgacard:

Crimi first started working at Pizza Gigi when he was a teenager and later took over the shop. He said he has been running it ever since, working seven days a week from 4 p.m. to 4 a.m.

Shit, maybe the drugs were for personal use.

Curious coincidence: “Crimi” is Italian for “Criminal”.

Welcome to the new reality fellow Canucks!

Welcome to the new reality fellow Canucks!

Six hours until judgment night! 
cameronr:

Episodes 1 to 4 of ‘The Party’ are available on CTV now.

Ontario NDP ad, 1987

"I’ve seen whole families wiped out by one illness."

Apparently the late ’80s was a total bummer. 

BC NDP ad, circa 1986

"It’s like cutting our own throats"  

Wow, the NDP sure has cheered up over the years.

BREAKING NEWS: Rob Ford endorses Stephen Harper
After a rough week the PM catches a big break - surely this will help the Conservatives lay siege to Fortress Toronto, given Mayor Ford’s overwhelming popularity with the locals.

BREAKING NEWS: Rob Ford endorses Stephen Harper

After a rough week the PM catches a big break - surely this will help the Conservatives lay siege to Fortress Toronto, given Mayor Ford’s overwhelming popularity with the locals.

Rick Mercer: Is Stephen Harper a hologram?

To get a feel for the Harper campaign you only need a few hours. The differences from one event to the other are minuscule. In English Canada they start each event by singing “O Canada,” and Stephen Harper tells the crowd he’s proud to lead a party that starts every event this way no matter where they are in the country. In Quebec they skip this part and they hide the Canadian flags in the plane. Barring this nationalism of convenience, if you have seen one Harper event you have seen them all. The Harper campaign is far and away the most disciplined, the most professional and the most scripted. Every word is on a teleprompter, it is delivered in exactly the same way, and the Prime Minister does something I have, in a lifetime of watching live performers onstage, never seen before: he actually stops and sips his water in the same spot every time. Nothing is left to chance. Either that or he is a hologram on a loop.

Rick Mercer: Is Stephen Harper a hologram?

To get a feel for the Harper campaign you only need a few hours. The differences from one event to the other are minuscule. In English Canada they start each event by singing “O Canada,” and Stephen Harper tells the crowd he’s proud to lead a party that starts every event this way no matter where they are in the country. In Quebec they skip this part and they hide the Canadian flags in the plane. Barring this nationalism of convenience, if you have seen one Harper event you have seen them all. The Harper campaign is far and away the most disciplined, the most professional and the most scripted. Every word is on a teleprompter, it is delivered in exactly the same way, and the Prime Minister does something I have, in a lifetime of watching live performers onstage, never seen before: he actually stops and sips his water in the same spot every time. Nothing is left to chance. Either that or he is a hologram on a loop.

Jack Layton delivers the weather.

The saddest Maple Leaf to ever put skates to ice.

The saddest Maple Leaf to ever put skates to ice.

Best of all possible realities: PM Stephen Kroeger

Best of all possible realities: PM Stephen Kroeger