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The Archives of November, 2005

November 1st, 2005
Gomery Inquiry Merchandise Now Available
Gomery Inquiry Merchandise Now Available

Gomery-mania is running rampant across the country as the most anticipated publication since Tommy Hunter's Swingers' Guide to Thunder Bay is released to the Canadian public!

November 4th, 2005
Gomery Receives Five Million Dollar Advance for Phase Two of Report
Gomery Receives Five Million Dollar Advance for Phase Two of Report

Justice John Gomery, who, coincidentally enough is the head of the Gomery Inquiry, has reaped a huge windfall on the basis of the success of his debut book, Who is Responsible? Published reports indicate that Gomery has been given a whopping five million dollar advance for the highly anticipated second phase of his report on the federal sponsorship program, tentatively to be titled Gomery, Phase II: Recommendations.

November 9th, 2005
Layton Injured in Fall From High Horse
Layton Injured in Fall From High Horse

NDP Leader Jack Layton was injured last night, after suffering a fall off of his high horse.

November 13th, 2005
HUH? Thehammer.ca's Idiot-on-the-street poll
HUH? Thehammer.ca's Idiot-on-the-street poll

We asked average, everyday, salt-of-the-earth, couldn't-pick-the-Prime Minister-out-of-a-police-lineup Canadians what they thought about the prospect of a winter election campaign...

November 22nd, 2005
The 25 Least Important Canadian Books
The 25 Least Important Canadian Books

After painstaking, exhaustive research, we have assembled the 25 Least Important Books in Canadian History. And unlike those lazy asses at the Literary Review, who compiled their list in chronological fashion, we ranked ours from least, to...less least important.

November 29th, 2005
Martin, Harper Arrested After Post-Non Confidence Vote Punchup at Parliamentary Christmas Party
Martin, Harper Arrested After Post-Non Confidence Vote Punchup at Parliamentary Christmas Party

The very night the Martin minority government fell, police had to be called to Parliament Hill to break up a fistfight between Prime Minister Paul Martin and Opposition Leader Stephen Harper.


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