Stephen Harper leaves Conservative Fund board in an attempt to stop Charest
Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper has announced that he will resign from his position on the board of the Conservative Party of Canada’s fundraising arm.
Andrew Weaver leaves Green Party, will serve as independent
Andrew Weaver’s initial announcement to step down came weeks after he was diagnosed with labyrinthitis, a disease that causes vertigo and nausea.
Trudeau government looking at compensation for Canadian victims of online fraud
The Trudeau government is looking at new legislation to compensate Canadians who have their privacy breached when hackers access their private information.
MacKay to run for Conservative Leadership, Ambrose out
Peter MacKay is going to run for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada. He is expected to officially announce his candidacy tonight.
Tim Horton’s best card was their branding, but the jig is up
Tim Hortons can stop trying to pull on Canadian’s patriotic heartstrings for customer loyalty. Canadians aren’t buying it anymore.
Ford government announces rebates up to $60/day for parents during teacher strikes
The Doug Ford government has released its eligibility outline for daycare support during the impending Ontario teacher strikes.
Alberta company that turns garbage into fuel expanding operations
An Alberta company that makes diesel from garbage is planning to take the company a step further by adding three new plants—all in southern Alberta.
Saskatchewan sides with Ontario and Alberta on opposing gun bans
Provinces are disagreeing with the Trudeau government, siding with law enforcement who argue that banning legal guns won’t reduce violent crimes in Canada.