The Last President of Canada by Doug Rutherford
In 1966, Paul Chartier blamed the government for his many failures. He decided to get revenge by throwing a bomb on the floor of the House of Commons, delivering a speech listing his grievances, and declaring himself the President of Canada. His plan was unsuccessful and he died in the attempt.
Now, the ghost of Chartier is offered the opportunity to deliver his speech... from the afterlife.
Keywords: Terrorism, House of Commons, mental illness