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Les caricatures de Garnotte: «Les mères changent les couches et les pères forment les leaders» —Peter MacKay


Peter MacKay Wears Gun Shirt From Canada's Answer To NRA... (WTF dude?! Hello~ This is Canada! Ever watch the US news?? What an Idiot!!!)

Canada’s Libya mission cost seven times what Peter MacKay said it did: documents Canada’s Libya mission cost seven times what Peter MacKay said it did: documents

Le ministre fédéral de la Justice, Peter MacKay, a fait sourciller des fonctionnaires, ce printemps, en rendant des hommages très différents aux hommes et aux femmes...

à partir de CBC News

MacKay cites 'love for my family' as he bows out of federal politics

Justice Minister Peter MacKay is expected to announce Friday he won't run in the next federal election.

à partir de CBC News

Fewer women become judges because of 'closer bond to children': MacKay

Peter MacKay defends comments, says too few women apply to be judges "Show us the numbers; what are you talking about?" she said, "Show us who is applying, show us who is getting through the process, show us who is being recommended — and then tell us that."

Peter MacKay: He’s the Minister of Wrong Again

Ras Prince Monolulu, a well-known horse tipster, at Mile End Market talking to a woman and a young girl, 1947. Born as Peter Mackay in 1881 in St. Croix in the American Virgin Islands, the tipster came over to Britain in the early 1900s and soon became one of the best-known and flambouyant London showmen. Until his death in 1965 he was probably the most famous black man in Britain. Artist/Photographer/Maker Bob Collins Date 1947 AD - 1947 AD:

Déclaration du ministre de la Justice au sujet de la législation proposée en réaction à la décision rendue par la Cour suprême du Canada dans l'affaire Procureur général du Canada c. Bedford et al.