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by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 09 2011

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) today held its 13th annual “Teddy Waste Awards” ceremony to recognize the best of the worst in government waste. CTF federal director, Kevin Gaudet acted as the Master of Ceremonies today at the black tie news conference on Parliament Hill. The CTF’s “Porky the Waste Hater” (pig mascot) and lovely guest hostess Kim assisted with the ceremony.

 

by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 09 2011

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) today held its 13th annual “Teddy Waste Awards” ceremony to recognize the best of the worst in government waste. CTF federal director, Kevin Gaudet acted as the Master of Ceremonies today at the black tie news conference on Parliament Hill. The CTF’s “Porky the Waste Hater” (pig mascot) and lovely guest hostess Kim assisted with the ceremony.

 

by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 09 2011

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) today held its 13th annual “Teddy Waste Awards” ceremony to recognize the best of the worst in government waste. CTF federal director, Kevin Gaudet acted as the Master of Ceremonies today at the black tie news conference on Parliament Hill. The CTF’s “Porky the Waste Hater” (pig mascot) and lovely guest hostess Kim assisted with the ceremony.

 

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Feb 08 2011

Can natural electricity powered by electric eels be converted into enough usable energy to power our iPods, Blackberrys or even laptops?

That is the question posed by the second semi-finalist selected in the Year of Science Choose Science, Go Far, Win Big contest.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Feb 08 2011

Can natural electricity powered by electric eels be converted into enough usable energy to power our iPods, Blackberrys or even laptops?

That is the question posed by the second semi-finalist selected in the Year of Science Choose Science, Go Far, Win Big contest.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Feb 08 2011

Can natural electricity powered by electric eels be converted into enough usable energy to power our iPods, Blackberrys or even laptops?

That is the question posed by the second semi-finalist selected in the Year of Science Choose Science, Go Far, Win Big contest.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Feb 08 2011
by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Feb 08 2011
by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Feb 08 2011
by Contributor on Tuesday Feb 08 2011

$6.6 million

The average compensation of Canada’s best-paid 100 CEOs in 2009. (Source)

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