Questions loom over Liberal promises
As election day creeps up, party finger-pointing is at its
peak and this week's focus is on Dalton McGuinty and the Liberal
Party, whose platform has been criticized for flip-flopping
throughout the campaign.
Concern stems from McGuinty's promised $5.9 billion increase
in spending, when the province is already $4.5 billion in debt,
prompting speculation many Liberal spending priorities will
be delayed, including a freeze on tuition.
Youth debate juvenile as never ending
shouting match ensues
In the University Community Centre yesterday, a crowd was
drawn by the debate/shouting match between representatives
of the youth parties for the provincial Progressive Conservative,
Liberal and New Democratic Parties.
Nude dude getting rude, flashing pubes
Unlike many other long-standing Western traditions being celebrated
this month, the return of lonely men jumping from the woods
and frantically waving their genitals at unsuspecting passers-by
has yet to yield any celebratory parades or well-to-do soirees.
Mid East talk gets mixed reaction
Competing visions on the origins of bloodshed in the Middle
East have become a hallmark of the Palestinian-Israel conflict.
Norman Finkelstein, a Jewish-American academic, analysed the
conflict in a lecture Thursday evening. The event was co-sponsored
by Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights, the departments
of anthropology and political science and the Undergraduate
Political Science Association.
Hello, 9-1-1? My car's upside down
Saturday, the Campus Community Police Service got a call about
someone behaving recklessly in the Springett parking lot with
a go cart, said Elgin Austen, spokesperson for CCPS.
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