Sturgeon River – Parkland MP Dane Lloyd rose in the House of Commons Oct. 31 to speak in support of the Jessica Martel Memorial Foundation’s efforts to construct Jessie’s House, a home for domestic abuse survivors, being built in Morinville. […]
The prospect of Statistics Canada collecting Canadians’ personal financial data is the latest cause of burning outrage in the daily political drama in Ottawa – with some justification, it should be said. Privacy is a hot-button issue in a digital age.
Is a carbon tax a hill Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is willing to die on? That question had been in the back of many political minds since Ontario – under its new PC government – bailed out of the federal climate change framework last spring.
Jagmeet Singh just can’t catch a break.
With the call of a byelection in the Vancouver-area riding the rookie NDP leader is hoping to soon represent in Parliament only days away, he is losing yet another MP – in this instance to British Columbia’s provincial arena. […]
As with most miracles, however, there are problems. One is that, for the arithmetic to work out, someone has to pay. The government doesn’t say who that will be. But it’s a good bet that the politically important constituency of suburban commuters will be net losers.
Cannabis becomes legal in Canada on Wednesday. Here are five things to keep in mind. First, at one level this is a non-event. For the average Canadian, legalizing marijuana and its derivatives is somewhat more momentous than legalizing broccoli.