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Late last week, Foreign Affairs Minister StÈphane Dion rose in the Commons to answer a question on our policy on Ukraine.
As he stumbled slightly, someone from the Conservative side shouted: “It’s not easy making priorities.” […]
Kudos to Justin Trudeau and Alberta’s Rachel Notley for taking the time to talk face to face about the province’s economic challenges on Wednesday. The Liberal prime minister has a compelling interest in keeping the channels open with the NDP premier. […]
Weather sure was good last week for the most part, which got people in a good mood and talking and gossiping like they used to. Read some interesting news on the Internet this week and heard some interesting opinions on it around town. So here’s my view on stuff what’s going on.
Justin Trudeau makes his most important domestic trip in his short life as prime minister this week when he heads to Alberta.
Prime ministerial visits are usually of the in-and-out variety. Trudeau will spend two days in Edmonton and Calgary, meeting with the oil industry and those providing social services in the province, then sit down with Premier Rachel Notley. […]
It was a huge victory for aboriginal children in this country and a day when historical wrongs could begin to be made right.
So why were there so many questions clouding a day being heralded by the country’s First Nations?
Now, we can place La Loche on a map.
It took a tragedy of unspeakable proportion for the tiny northern Saskatchewan community to burst into Canadian sensibilities, but it has lived tragedy time and time again. […]
There’s been quite a fuss since the Oscar people announced their nominees this year and people learned there was no black or minority actors nominated for any of the acting awards for the second year in a row. I guess they need to do some thinking about that, and I ain’t got no funny remarks about that situation. It’s just one problem I got with the Oscars. […]