Members of the Canadian Armed Forces marched in the Toronto Pride Parade yesterday, the first time that they have done so. This confirms, once and for all, that the massive international homosexual conspiracy does in fact attempt to recruit youth to their lifestyle. (Also, there is an enlistment bonus if you are willing to be gay in Afghanistan while carrying a rifle.)
So, remember all that money Jim Flaherty promised to municipalities to help with public transit and the like in last year’s budget? It kinda hasn’t shown up yet. Flaherty noted that this was unforgivable, and that in the 2008 budget, there is even more money muncipalities will never see. And just wait till 2009!
Canada’s record of innovation is not good, says a thinktank sort of a thing, of which Torontoist has never heard before, but presumably they’re important. Let us just check Wikipedia for a second. Yep, they look important! So we’re bad, then.
82 percent of canadians oppose the Iraq War. Proving once again that Canadians can really get behind being right in the first place, if you give us a few years.
And finally, Spain won the Euro Cup yesterday. But if you live on St. Clair West, you probably knew that already.
Photo (not of gay soldiers, but close!) by Trevor Haldenby.