If apparel oft proclaims the man, then Polonius, who uttered those words in Hamlet, would have quite literally given our prime minister a dressing down this week. From the viewpoint of the Shakespearean character, Justin Trudeau would have broken the basic rules: his clothes were as costly as money could buy, but gaudy, too, proclaiming him unserious. […]
Ontario’s bizarre Progressive Conservative melodrama has entered a new phase of absurdity.
Former leader Patrick Brown is considered too disreputable to sit in the Legislature as a Conservative. But he is apparently reputable enough to be the party’s leader again.
The pipeline battle between British Columbia and Alberta cannot be confined to western Canada.
There are national ramifications to this unseemly trade war that bear close scrutiny from all Canadians. […]
Jagmeet Singh enters his first national convention as NDP leader this weekend having yet to put a discernible stamp on the party’s parliamentary work or to make a lasting impression on most of the country’s voters. […]
The leader that Donald Trump likes to deride as Little Rocket Man has cleverly put his U.S. adversary in a bind. He has done so by simply having his sister invite South Korean President Moon Jae-in to Pyongyang for talks. […]
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) are citing skyrocketing labour costs are leaving young workers in the lurch, and are calling on the federal government to provide small businesses with tax fairness, innovation and training support in the 2018 federal budget to address it. […]
The stock markets are unsettled. But so far there has been no crash. Life goes on.
Still, market gyrations serve as a reminder. Even though the world economy is in better shape than it was a few years ago, it remains structurally unsound. […]