1. The G20 0 likes Russian President Vladimir Putin – who has been making few international friends of late – hosts world leaders at this year’s G20. The gathering in St. Petersburg comes as a growing
Politics Insider delivers premium analysis and access to Canada's policymakers and politicians. Visit the Politics Insider homepage for insight available only to subscribers. It wasn't hard, it appears,
Industry Minister James Moore is firing back at the Big Three telecom players' PR effort to press Ottawa into reversing a controversial wireless policy, calling it a "dishonest attempt" to skew public
Politics Insider delivers premium analysis and access to Canada's policymakers and politicians. Visit the Politics Insider homepage for insight available only to subscribers. The Harper government is to
As two of YouTube's co-founders, Chad Hurley and Steve Chen have already played key roles in one disruptive video-sharing service. Now they're hoping to strike gold for a second time with a mobile app
Here's what the Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvard did. In 1934, he got himself a pen and paper and drew four cubes, like this. Then he drew some more, like this. And, then — and this is where he got mischievous
Hundreds of millions of people have lost their data to hackers, and it’s all big business’s fault. Living Social gets hacked, and 50 million people have their name, address, and date of birth stolen. information
Everyone loves firefighters. They save lives. They are strong and competent. They look good on calendars. People are always happy when they show up. But municipalities do not love firefighters. Across
cbc.ca - Kady O'Malley has been covering the Hill for more than a decade (yes, really) for a variety of publications. An Ottawa girl (not quite born, but raised), she has a passion for politics that borders on the unhealthy, and has liveblogged her way through hundreds of committee meetings, press conferences, judicial inquiries, budget launches, cabinet shuffles, and even the odd constitutional crisis. Oh, and yes, her Boston Terrier really is named "BlackBerry." For up-to-the-minute bulletins, follow Kady on twitter!
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This is the story of a generation. My generation. We're in our 20s and early 30s. They call us the Millennials. But lately it seems a more accurate name would be the Unhireables. We are the Unhireables.
I never knew what a big mistake I was making that day in Kingston when I let that "little twig" fall into the mix of cement. Thank God, someone had the concern and conviction to call me on it. The results
For communities across the country where Republican lawmakers continue to wage war on the poor by cutting their lifeline of nutrition assistance, the question remains: whose side are you on? The war on
It is without question, that when we look at democratic movements around the world, the measure of real freedom is the ability to afford the citizens of any nation the full and unfettered right to vote.
At a Saturday town hall meeting in Gainesville, Fla., Rep. Ted Yoho (R-Fla.) discussed his conversation with House Speaker John Boehner about a provision in the Affordable Care Act that he considered be
Steven Showers wasn't home on Monday morning when a work crew showed up outside his Ventura, Calif. house and removed the 14-foot-tall, neon sign warning of former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's
Cathie Adams, Former Texas GOP Chair: Immigration Reform Will Lead To Mark Of The Beast, 'End Times'
Cathie Adams served as chair of the Texas Republican Party for the larger part of a year between 2009 and 2010. Now she's railing against immigration reform, citing her belief that it will lead to an system
More than half of Michigan residents support gay marriage, according to a recent poll, despite the statewide ban prohibiting it. Just as worrisome for the state's LGBT residents, however, is another law
There was plenty of political news in July, but little of it was directly attributable to President Obama. What this means is that it's really anyone's guess why the polling continued downwards. More news