"I'm gonna lose by 15,000 votes maximum this time around, I can feel it."
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper had to cancel a campaign appearance earlier today, when "the guy in the turban" who was supposed to be standing behind him as he gave a speech on taxes couldn't be located.
71-year-old Dwight Frumpton of Windsor, who is desperately ill from diabetes and emphysema, is really hoping he will have the strength to vote for the Liberals in the upcoming federal election.
To counter Stephen Harper's unexpected promise to lower the GST from seven per cent to five per cent, Prime Minister Martin finally shot back with his own proposal today, vowing to more than triple the unpopular tax to 23 per cent.
A new international incident between Canada and the United States has arisen, after a Casa 235 turboprop airplane operated by the CIA's Tortured Arab Airlines was reportedly refused permission to land in Toronto last night.
While each of the leaders survived the French and English debates held on Thursday and Friday nights respectively, the lesser-known German debate, scheduled on Saturday evening, opposite Hockey Night in Canada, didn't go quite as smoothly.
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