Reading Time: 2 minutesStudents from Morinville Public School and Ecole Notre Dame received their certificates and Canadian flags from members of the Lions Club of Morinville on Monday as part of Project Pride.
Reading Time: 3 minutesAs the last national assembly sitting before the Oct. 1 provincial vote was winding down last week, a brief encounter with Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard yielded an unsolicited prediction. “I have a secret for you,” he told me on his way out of a Radio-Canada studio. “I will win the election.” […]
Reading Time: 1 minutePrime Minister Justin Trudeau met with the Métis National Council (MNC) President Clément Chartier and the Presidents of the MNC Governing Members at the annual Crown-Métis Nation Summit Friday.
Reading Time: 3 minutesNo one is quite sure what U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un agreed to last week. But it doesn’t seem to matter. The theatrical peace gambit orchestrated by these two flamboyant impresarios appears to be paying off. […]
Reading Time: 3 minutesA field of ruins. In the wake of this weekend’s Trumpian tweet storm, that’s what is mostly left of the fragile structure Justin Trudeau had painstakingly built to try to preserve Canada’s most important trade relationship. […]
Reading Time: 3 minutesJustin Trudeau’s government has ruled out replacing the North American Free Trade Agreement with a bilateral Canada-U. S. deal. It’s the right decision. It is being made for the wrong reasons.
Reading Time: 3 minutesBy electing Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservatives, a strong plurality of voters have signalled that they are no longer satisfied with the centre-left policies promoted by Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals and Andrea Horwath’s New Democrats. […]
Reading Time: 1 minuteOntario voters gave Doug Ford’s Conservatives a majority mandate in Thursday’s Ontario provincial election. Ford took 76 seats in the province, the NDP 39, and Wynn’s Liberals 7 seats, the latter one short of maintaining recognized party status. Wynn subsequently resigned as Liberal leader. The Greens took one seat in the race. […]
Reading Time: 3 minutesWhat do Catherine Callbeck, Alison Redford, Pauline Marois, Kathy Dunderdale and Christy Clark have in common? They are all women who broke the political glass ceiling to become their province’s first elected female premier, only to have voters sour on them over just one term in office. […]