Freeland won’t say if U.S. steel tariffs will kill Canada’s NAFTA ratification
Foreign Affairs minister Chrystia Freeland still calls U.S. tariffs on Canadian steel “illegal and unjust;” “frankly absurd”, but won’t say definitively if they would prevent her government from ratifying the new NAFTA agreement, or what the U.S. calls United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
Washington “Smuggler’s Inn” owner charged with attempting to smuggle seven people illegally into B.C.
A man from Washington state has been charged with 21 counts under the Immigration Act for attempting to smuggle seven people illegally into Canada.
Justin Trudeau’s lawyer: libel expert, art critic and former Ontario Conservative candidate
Who is the man behind Justin Trudeau’s libel lawsuit against Andrew Scheer?
Ford government to announce free dental for low-income seniors in budget
The Ontario government plans to announce free dental for low-income seniors in its budget, according to a new report by the Canadian Press.
Canadian terrorists involved in hundreds of deaths outside of the country since 2012
According to an investigative report by Stewart Bell for Global News, Canadian-bred terrorists have been responsible for the deaths and injuries of over 300 people in other countries since 2012.
Politicians call for stricter graffiti penalties after war memorial in Airdrie, Alberta vandalized
The vandalism of a war memorial in Airdrie has caused some politicians to call for heftier fines and increased penalties.
Trudeau defends Scheer lawsuit threat, says there are “consequences” for misleading Canadians
I think it’s important that all politicians be straight with Canadians in how they characterize their own actions and their own beliefs,” said Justin Trudeau.
Majority of Philpott’s riding association leadership quit after Trudeau kicked her from Liberal Party
The Liberal riding association for Markham-Stouffville is standing by Jane Philpott’s side.