Quit the Earl Grey and hit the other Tea Party

All last week, the Union Jack was interspersed with the Maple Leaf throughout the Parliamentary District. This is the practice when world leaders visit, but the notable presence, draped all over the boulevards of downtown Ottawa, was also a signpost for where the government chose to direct its criticism in the current global financial crisis.

Published: Wednesday, 09/28/2011 12:00 am EDT

All last week, the Union Jack was interspersed with the Maple Leaf throughout the Parliamentary District. This is the practice when world leaders visit, but the notable presence, draped all over the boulevards of downtown Ottawa, was also a signpost for where the government chose to direct its criticism in the current global financial crisis.

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