Take a look for yourself; notice something missing? Incredibly there is absolutely NO mention at all about the 3 Liberals who voted against the motion or the 13 who were absent from the vote; in effect the article missed the major part of the story which caused such a stir yesterday.
The writer of the email asks if perhaps the story was edited or if that story appeared in any other papers, so I did some checking and it turns out that yes the Journal story was edited and indeed it had appeared elsewhere, but even in the non-edited versions of the story there is NO mention on how the minority conservatives managed to defeat a motion backed by all 3 opposition parties. Something that you would think would have been questioned by the author or even one of the many editors that looked at this piece.
Perhaps Canwest was using the same calculator that the Liberals used to figure out if they had the votes to pass their own motion, or perhaps they were using their own; the one that they use to keep track of their share prices. Either way they missed the blatantly obvious on this one.
The entire attributed article can be found here in the National Post. (note that in the comments someone asks the question about how the motion failed when the opposition had the numbers.)