Harper’s Video Streaming Goes Blockbuster

Harper’s Video Streaming Goes Blockbuster

Rumor has it that the Conservative Party of Canada will launch the Stevie Awards to honor and celebrate this year’s best video.

Rumor has it that the Conservative Party of Canada will launch the Stevie Awards to honor and celebrate this year’s best video.

The Canadian video industry got a shot in the arm today when the Harper government announced it would allocate taxpayer funds so that all Conservative MPs can make their own videos to promote the government.

The Harper spokesperson who made the surprise announcement anonymously applauded Canada’s film community for their enthusiastic response, adding that, “It means we’ll never again have to pay those greedy public servants double time to do this work.”

Previously, only Harper and his cabinet got money to produce videos touting Conservative accomplishments. The move comes amidst rumors that Conservative MPs had protested an earlier plan that would only allow them to produce trailers.

Meanwhile, the Canadian video industry is said to be ecstatic. Continue reading

Dear Public Servant

Dear Public Servant

Charles Dickens, documenting the shenanigans of Sir Anthony Inclement, Head Honcho at Treasury Hoard Canada

Charles Dickens, documenting the shenanigans of Sir Anthony Inclement, Head Honcho at Treasury Hoard Canada

Treasury Hoard Canada, Ottawa

Dear Public Servant  

Don’t you know how lucky you are to have a job! For God’s sake, quit whining & get back to work. 

Stop being so selfish! If you were a truly dedicated civil servant (emphasis on “servant”), you would help the Harper government & the Canadian taxpayer save money, not hold us back with demands for a livable wage. What a nerve! Continue reading