Six In The Butt End Of The Morning

1 THE GOVERNMENT IS IN CONTEMPT A multi-party committee has found the Conservative government in contempt of Parliament for lying and witholding information. The Conservatives on the committee say they disagree with the finding. This is big stuff. Between this and the budget it’s very, very likely the Canadian government will fall this week and we’ll have an election.

2 MORE THAN 18,000 DEAD IN JAPAN Which is horrible. It’s also estimated that it will cost around five years and a quarter-trillion dollars to rebuild the country. And how are those nuke reactors doing today? Just smokin‘.

3 ALL ROADS LEAD TO THE SPRAWL The City of Regina will extend roads to the Harbour Landing suburb.

4 GOOGLE SAYS CHINA’S A BIG FAT CYBER-BULLY The company blames the country for recent Gmail disruptions.


6 TOP DOC ASKS STUDENTS TO HELP THE HOMELESS The head of the Canadian Medical Association says it’d be spiffy if student doctors and nurses volunteered to help homeless people.

AND IT’S SPRING! SPRINNNNNG!!! No matter how much snow there is outside. Ha!

Author: Stephen Whitworth

Prairie Dog editor Stephen Whitworth was carried to Regina in a swarm of bees. He's been with Prairie Dog since May 1999 and will die at his keyboard before admitting his career a terrible, terrible mistake.

5 thoughts on “Six In The Butt End Of The Morning”

  1. I have to say that the street extensions they’re talking about (Queen St, Parliament Avenue, 28th Avenue) are long overdue. That area of the city is innavigable at present, and thinning out the traffic that has been crammed all into Gordon Road and 25th Avenue will be a good thing too.
    I wonder when the Courtney Street extension(s) will be completed, which will make it easier to get to and from the North West corner of the city to the South end.

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