Signs of hope for reconciliation in Northern Alberta
Despite the many challenges of reconciliation with First Nations across Canada, whether in the pipeline battles, the lack of safe…
Postmedia hires former Kenney chief of staff to lobby for UCP War Room involvement
If Koolsbergen is successful in his lobbying efforts, one potential result could be the placing of UCP energy war room advertisements in Postmedia papers and on Postmedia websites.
Government performance reviews cancelled because Trudeau failed to fund auditors properly
The office of the auditor general has not received the necessary funding it needs to carry out all of its ongoing audits of the federal government.
New Ford government proposal will prevent senior professors from collecting salary if they are pension eligible
Faculty associations in Ontario say they are consulting with their lawyers after being unable to secure meetings with the Minister…
Five ducklings rescued from storm drain by Nova Scotia policewoman
Every once in a while, in a sea of negative news, something positive emerges – thanks to Constable Wendy Cormier of the Truro Police Service in Nova Scotia, yesterday was one of those days.
Large survey shows two thirds of Canadians unhappy with how immigrants are adopting Canadian values
Notably, this sentiment held true across both first generation Canadians and third plus generation Canadians, with the 63% of the former and 68% of the latter agreeing that immigrants were not doing enough to adopt Canadian values.
Thousands attend Ottawa pro-life march, others held across country
Abortion has been legal in Canada for 50 years, with former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau decriminalizing and removing some restrictions on the practice in 1969. To date, there are zero laws governing abortion on the books.
Ford government looking to cap public sector unions
The Ford government is currently engaged in consultation sessions on reigning in public sector spending. One of the ideas proposed by the province is setting a limit on wage increases via legislation.
Will Wilson-Raybould and Philpott go Green? We’ll know in June
“I would be surprised if they didn’t make up their minds before sometime in early June,” she said.
B.C.’s youngest mayor ever pleads guilty to sexually assaulting four boys
A total of 29 charges were approved by a special prosecutor against Strimbold, including sexual interference and invitation to sexual touching. These charges are alleged to have involved six people all under the age of 16.