Sept. 16, 2009

“We have seen the unco-operative nature of this very rigid prime minister and his inability to work in a minority parliament … in a constructive way.”
–Andrew Telegdi, former MP for Waterloo, on the possibility of a fall election.

“What a lot of campuses have done is they’ve stopped allowing food to be prepared and/or sold in common, open areas where there isn’t proper storage and blah blah blah blah blah.”
–Dan Dawson, director of student services regarding new policies on selling food in the concourse.

“There is a gap between what we want to do and being able to do it.”
–Vice-president academic Deb McLatchy speaking to the senate regarding Laurier’s academic planning and the constraints due to a lack of provincial and federal funding.

“What we agreed to, here, as ministers in the G20, is that the world economy is stabilizing. We also agreed that no clear recovery is evident. So we’re being very cautious because we fear going back into recession.”
–Jim Flaherty, Canada’s minister of finance, on the G20 minister’s summit in London.

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