Let Her Speak: Legal opinions are fact-specific and nobody knows the facts
Laws apply to facts. Until we have the facts, legal experts can’t apply the laws to them.
Silver lining: Canada’s economy still looks good in the long-term
Things may seem bleak to some, but Canada’s situation has to be put into perspective.
ISIS has finally been expelled but Syria remains divided
The liberation of Baghouz represents the last of ISIS-controlled territory, over which the terrorist group has ruled with an iron fist.
Transfer payments allow CAQ to continue on Quebec’s long path back from heavy debt
The CAQ is expected to present the party’s first ever budget today
Expert tells Bloomberg that the Canada Dollar could fall to a record 62 US cents
In percentage terms, it is not necessarily a devastating fall from our current 75 cents per dollar exchange rate. However, Wolf said that he personally believes that the country could already be in a state of recession.
Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick resigns, to be replaced by elections panel colleague
His replacement, who was already on the panel alongside the deputies of Ministers Lametti and Goodale, is likely to become the new head of the election monitoring panel. Minister Freeland’s new deputy will likely become the newest member of the panel.
Updated: Conservatives filibuster budget for Justice Committee shutdown
An effort like this will be physically taxing for everyone involved, making it a very costly form of punishment. But there is hardly anything less that would adequately express the sentiment around the country—that this issue is here to stay until all questions are answered, and all answers are accounted for.
Sunny ways have officially lawyered up: what this means going forward
We know that the Liberals have a habit of destroying evidence, even when that evidence is important for economic purposes, or even for saving lives. It is a party that valued partisanship to the point of turning a blind eye to warning signs of the tainted-blood scandal.