When interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose took to the stage at the annual parliamentary press gallery dinner last year, the slightly loosened-up audience of scribes braced for a letdown. They had just been treated to an entertaining speech by the country's charismatic new prime minister, including a yoga demonstration by his wife. Ambrose would
If Canada’s chattering classes can tear themselves away from Donald Trump for a moment, have they noticed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has stopped answering even the most basic and reasonable questions in Parliament?
It's hardly the first time relations between Canada and the United States have been tense. There was, for instance, that time when folks north of the border burned down the White House.
When Conservative Party of Canada members fill in their ballots for leader, they need to keep in mind they’re voting to pick the person who can beat Justin Trudeau in the next election.
For many Canadians, our publicly funded health-care system is a part of our national identity. In 2014, a study of 7,000 Americans and Canadians found that while Americans are deeply divided about the principles that should govern the provision of health care, Canadians are far more united.
While Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raises taxes in Canada, U.S. President Donald Trump Wednesday proposed the largest tax cuts for Americans in a generation.
Following a season of political upheaval in the United States, there could be even greater ripples in Europe over the next five months. General elections are scheduled for Germany and France, while a surprise election will be held in June for Britain. The outcomes will be as significant as last November's presidential election in the U.S.
The rent, a famous New York gubernatorial candidate once declared, is too damn high.
If the Liberals insist on legalizing marijuana before July 1, 2018, then they need to get it right. Canadians are learning that’s easier said than done.