An exercise for the reader.
Ontario taxpayers will pay $12.3 million to buy a controversial housing project in southern Ontario that has been occupied by aboriginal protesters since late February, Premier Dalton McGuinty disclosed Thursday.
Canada and the United States closed a long-standing trade dispute over softwood lumber on Saturday after ironing out final details of a deal on the sidelines of World Trade Organization (WTO) talks...
Under the terms of the agreement, Canadian lumber companies will get a refund of about $4 billion of the $5 billion they have handed over in duties.
According to Canadian right-wing wankers, which of the above represents an excellent agreement which involves making certain financial sacrifices to bring a satisfactory end to a long-standing dispute allowing us all to move forward, and which represents a disgusting, spineless capitulation to a bunch of bullies who could only be appeased by paying them off?
Show your work.