Article synopsis: Discusses briefly two Order of Canada appointments, Norgrove Penny, a Victoria medical doctor, and the late Harry Lehotsky, a Baptist pastor. In addition, the article addresses the Amazing Grace fim that highlighted the life of William Wiberforce a British abolitionist. Lastly, the article reflected on Prime Minister Stephen Harper's speech at the opening of a Health Partners International medical aid distribution centre in Mississauga, Ontario.
Article synopsis: Discusses three topics, the first is the 2006 federal budget and fiscal conservatism. The second topic is the announcement of New Democratic Party MP Bill Blaikie retirement from politics. The last topic is of David Mainse, a statesperson in the charismatic Christian community visit to Ottawa.
Article synopsis: Discusses the 2007 summit meeting of conservative leaders, Stephen Harper of Canada, George W. Bush of the United States and Felipe Calderon of Mexico, and the protests related to this meeting.
Article synopsis: Discusses imam Syed Soharwardy presence in the news with his action against Western Standard for publishing Danish cartoons racist depiction of the Prophet Mohammed. The article also speaks to Prime Minister Stephen Harper's visit to Calgary's Mosque.
Article synopsis: Discusses from a politically co-operative perspective hopeful words spoken from both Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Opposition Leader Michael Ignatief. In addition, the article discusses Harper's interest in global issues related to the health of mothers and children.
Article synopsis: Discusses the debate over the long form census as to whether to make the completion mandatory or voluntary. In addition, the article reviews the title Harperland: The Politics of Control by Globe and Mail columnist Lawrence Martin.
Article synopsis: Discusses the election of two temporary seats on the United Nations Security Council. Canada came third and withdrew when it became obvious that more votes would ultimately turn up in Portugal's favour.
Article synopsis: Discusses the four-year project known as Conflict Management and Prevention in the Extractive Sector (COMPES) to promote economic growth in Peru by reducing the impact of social conflicts related to the use of natural resources. The project's announcement came out of the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) meeting in Hawaii.