Canadian Politics

Trump Administraton Losing Patience Over Nafta Talks

The U.S. is running out of patience with Canadian and Mexican resistance to key American proposals ahead of talks next week on a new North American …


Trudeau shocked to learn about living conditions in northern Ont. First Nation

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he is shocked to learn that residents of a northern Ontario First Nation live in poverty, with dilapidated housing …


Can Justin Trudeau tolerate real diversity?

Justin Trudeau is the world's biggest cheerleader for a diverse and inclusive society. Diversity is our strength, he repeats ad nauseam. Canada is strong because people of many diverse cultures, backgrounds and beliefs are welcome in our tolerant, multicultural country.<p>But Mr. Trudeau's Canada …

Justin Trudeau

Heckler Accuses Kathleen Wynne Of 'Destroying The Canadian Family'

OTTAWA — Premier Kathleen Wynne received a frosty reception in a suburban Ottawa venue where she hosted a town hall on Thursday.<p>Representing a …


MacDougall: Justin Trudeau couldn't survive British politics

Cross border political comparisons rarely hold, but here’s one that does: If Justin Trudeau was Theresa May, he’d be finished as prime minister.<p>By …


Linking Youth Funding to Abortion Rights Spawns Backlash in Canada and Beyond

MONTREAL — A Canadian government requirement that groups seeking federal grants for student jobs must support abortion rights is inflaming a cultural battle and angering religious groups, opposition politicians and even American conservatives.<p>Under new guidelines announced in December, groups …

Rights & Freedoms

David Livingston guilty in Ont. gas plants trial

TORONTO - A former top political aide in Ontario has been found guilty of destroying documents related to a controversial provincial government …


U.S. tax changes could hurt Canadian economy more than NAFTA pullout, business groups warn

OTTAWA — Business associations are warning that substantial tax changes in the U.S. could end up inflicting more damage on the Canadian economy than …

Kathleen Wynne

Justin Trudeau, first minister of pork

Justin Trudeau has a new job to add to his LinkedIn profile. Besides being prime minister of Canada, a former drama teacher and host of this year’s …


A bizarre public-vs.-private debate in Canadian politics

On his official itinerary for last weekend, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was said to be having “personal” time in Ottawa.<p>Social media, however, told …

Jagmeet Singh

Prime Minister to travel to the United States

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced that he will travel to the United States from February 7 to 10, 2018.<p>This visit – which includes …

Justin Trudeau

Trudeau fields questions on immigration in Quebec City as tour continues

Canada must do a better job of welcoming newcomers and never forget that diversity is the country's strength, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a …


Canada Summer Jobs: Everything you need to know about the crackdown on anti-abortion groups

Changes recently announced by the Liberal government to crack down on anti-abortion groups’ use of the Canada Summer Jobs program to get thousands of …

Rights & Freedoms

$4 million to target ‘radicalization’ in Alberta announced by federal government

The federal government is targeting radicalization in Alberta with $4 million in new funding announced Friday morning.


Rob Lowe Channels Justin Trudeau In ‘Super Troopers 2’

ET Canada Awards<p>Latest Videos<p>Trailers<p>Uncut<p>Royals<p>Full Episodes<p>From The Vault<p>Canada 150<p>The Late Show With Stephen Colbert<p>Saturday Night …

Justin Trudeau

Niagara Region leaders bid for Canada curling championship

St. Catharines mentioned as host site for curling championship series.


Editorial: Trudeau, Trump and abortion

On the first anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration, the president behaves exactly like a one-year-old. But behind the embarrassing tweets, foul …

Pro-life Movement

NDG borough mayor

A Montreal man accused of criminal harassment against Cote des Neiges-Notre Dame de Grace borough mayor Sue Montgomery has pleaded not guilty in …


Politics Briefing: LNG dispute threatens B.C. power-sharing agreement

<b>Good morning,</b><p>The power-sharing agreement between British Columbia's New Democrats and Greens that allowed the NDP to take power last year was held up as an example of how things could work with <b>minority legislatures</b>. And more important, an example of how things could work if the province switches to …


Trump's 'Stunning' Win Caught Canada's Public Servants Unprepared, Documents Suggest

OTTAWA — Canada's public servants appear to have ignored the possibility of Donald Trump's becoming president of the United States and offered Prime …

Nikki Haley

You Said It: Politicians too gullible

<b>PREMIER AND PRIME MINISTER</b>The details of this hijab-cutting tale, should have seemed somewhat suspicious to most wise and savvy adults, and yet, for …

Kathleen Wynne

Nova Scotia man arrested on child pornography, voyeurism charges

Nova Scotia RCMP have arrested a man from East Kempville, N.S., on child pornography and voyeurism charges.<p>According to police, officers searched a …


Children's advocate declares current system 'not good enough'

Foster care must be the last resort, not the default position when dealing with the child-welfare system, Manitoba children's advocate Daphne Penrose …

Indigenous Peoples

Prime Minister visits Pikangikum First Nation

The Government of Canada is committed to a renewed relationship with Indigenous Peoples – one based on recognition of rights, respect, cooperation …


Housing shortage escalating on Ontario reserve; PM promises help

PIKANGIKUM, Ont. -- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is promising a remote northwestern Ontario reserve help with a housing shortage that the chief says …

Aboriginal Canadians

Trudeau to push ties in California, Chicago

OTTAWA — With the North American Free Trade Agreement hanging in the balance, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit three major American cities …

World Economic Forum

Trudeau to visit U.S. cities to stress economic ties amid NAFTA uncertainty

As the North American Free Trade Agreement hangs in the balance, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit three major American cities next month to …


In the news today, Jan. 19

Six stories in the news for Friday, Jan. 19<p>——<p><b>QUEBEC CITY LATEST STOP ON TRUDEAU TOUR</b><p>Canada must do a better job of welcoming newcomers and never …

Canadian News

6 months in, 53% approve of Horgan's performance as premier: poll

Nearly a quarter of the 829 British Columbians polled said their opinion of the NDP leader has worsened.

John Horgan


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