EXTRA, EXTRA: Reporter evokes Old Testament, asks Scheer if homosexuality a sin, belabouring non-issue
Andrew Scheer is being unfairly maligned by the press on a non-issue.
Defence goes after key witness’ credibility in SNC-Lavalin corruption trial
A key witness told the jury in the SNC-Lavalin trial that he contacted the Canadian government to ask for help in getting money from delinquent accounts for work in Libya.
Court backs McKenna reducing polar bear hunt despite Inuit knowledge rejecting population crisis
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna was backed by federal court judge in reducing hunting of polar bears despite locals saying the bear is thriving.
Trump ‘Deplorables’ behind Sean Spicer’s Dancing With The Stars staying power
Sean Spicer may not be a good dancer, but seeing him upset the Dancing With The Stars judges with his two left feet is still highly entertaining.
SNC-Lavalin built Gaddafi’s son $25M yacht from scratch according to court testimony
Start witness testifies that SNC-Lavalin contracted an American company to build Muammar Gaddafi’s son $25m yacht; part of a wider bribery and kickback scheme.
Leader of nascent Canadian Senators Group doesn’t think Wexit’s a good idea
Conservative Senator Scott Tannas says everyone in the new group are “there to fight for Canada.”
Bank of Canada holds key lending rate firm amidst domestic, global uncertainty
As the American economy continues to outperform our own, Bank of Canada has little good news on Canada’s performance improving.
Elections Canada orders recounts for B.C., Québec ridings
Elections Canada rules stipulate automatic recounts when the winning candidate’s margin of victory equals 0.1 percent or less of the total votes cast.
EnCana leaving ‘terrible development’, ‘death blow’ for Canadian energy sector: Alberta experts
As far back as 2007, EnCana was shedding Canadian assets, beginning with its holdings in the Mackenzie River basin (Northwest Territories) after the writing was on the wall for the failed Mackenzie Gas Pipeline.
New Liberal-made election rules open door wide for foreign ‘meddling’ say critics
Experts discuss the activities of high-profile left-wingers during the Canadian 2019 election and Liberal legislation.