Good news, everyone! Will and Kate say they’re in love with Canada, even though there were protests in Quebec. Aww, now they’re going to make us blush.
Here’s a look at the state of the relationship between Quebec and the monarchy (hint: largely indifferent except for a vocal minority).
Pride went off without a hitch in Toronto, but there was nary a federal Conservative to be seen. You don’t say!
Elsewhere, here is a look at Baird’s “bombast-free” trip to Libya. This raises the hopes of some, like NDP foreign affairs critic Paul Dewar, that Baird may be more “substantive” on the foreign policy file. And I’m sure the rest of the world has forgotten his sabotage of climate-change agreements. But hey, water under the bridge, right?
Statistics Canada’s failure to thoroughly test a new computer system led to bogus GDP numbers. But given the fact that this government doesn’t believe in facts or truth in numbers, it shouldn’t matter – right?
And hey, it turns out that Muskoka was an ideal place to stage the assassination of world leaders visiting for the G8 summit. But so long as Tony Clement was able to spread projects and cash around the riding in order to get reelected, it’s all good, right?