Conservatives retain lead according to most recent polling data
According to aggregate polling data released Friday from the CBC, Conservatives have retained their moderate 3% lead over the Liberals,…
Mini-nuclear power plants at least 10 years out: Canadian Nuclear Association
“There will always be a need for diesel, but you can minimize it and this modular reactor technology becomes attractive to develop in the north when the alternative is transporting diesel in perpetuity.”
Canadians tear apart The Weather Network after it suggests they should stop eating beef
The video report released by the forecaster claims that Canadians should eat a burger and a half less each week to help feed the world’s growing population.
Canadian media whines about #TrudeauMustGo hashtag—the internet responds with new hashtag
For nearly a full day, #TrudeauMustGo trended across Twitter, as a number of disgruntled Canadians voiced their opinions on Canada’s prime minister.
These are the eight new inductees to Canada’s Walk of Fame
Eight Canadians have gotten a little more famous
An entire PPC riding board resigns, blaming “racist” supporters
The board believes “racists, bigots, anti-semites, and conspiracy theorists,” have taken over the PPC supporter base.
Liberals surge ahead of Conservatives in latest poll
The Liberals can cheer. Scheer needs to rethink his strategy. The NDP needs a spark to get them over the 20 percent mark, as the Greens witness a threatening rise.
Taxpayers on the hook for Trudeau government’s $372.5 million Bombardier disaster
Bombardier’s relationship with the free market paid negative dividends to Canadian taxpayers and workers again last week, as the company announced a first round of 550 layoffs at its Thunder Bay, Ontario train assembly plant for later this fall.
Trudeau government massively inflated jobs estimate after corporate investment
The Canadian Strategic Innovation Fund has supplied companies with around $1 billion, apparently creating only 6,613 jobs through the program.
Conservatives ask CSIS director to investigate former Liberal ambassador for asking China to “influence” election
In an open letter to Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) Director David Vigneault, Conservative ministers have asked the spy agency to investigate former Ambassador to China John McAllum over comments he recently made to a Chinese outlet.