It’s a good day. Just like yesterday.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s officials have assured us the Canadian economy is stronger than it has ever been.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s officials have assured us the Canadian economy is stronger than it has ever been.

Despite historic lows in national crime rates, tougher laws and more jails are needed to ensure public safety, they said.

Global warming isn’t the problem those pesky scientists say it is.

Far from being an environmental nightmare, development of the Alberta tarsands is creating a refuge for waterfowl.

Homosexuality is deviant behaviour and a sin against God.

A parent, preferably the mother, should stay at home to nurture a couple’s children.

To suggest otherwise might provoke federal tax officials to audit this paper and its employees.

And remember, CTV’s eTalk airs tonight at 7 p.m. And again at 1:30 a.m.

It’s “Canada’s No. 1 Source for Everything Entertainment.”

It’s followed by the madcap movie Crazy Canucks.

Both have been sanctioned by Canadian Heritage department officials.

Don’t miss ‘em.

Have a nice day. (RM)

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