Trump trolls Trudeau with hand-written message on torn-out magazine cover
The letter went through typical clearance protocol, via the National Security Council. Staffers reportedly believed that this was an odd form of communication with a foreign leader, but allowed it to go through, as it was done in good fun.
Best countries for quality of life in 2019: Canada is number one in the world
For the fourth year in a row, Canada has topped the list in overall quality of life, according to a study conducted by U.S. News.
As trade war escalates, Canada must stand with the U.S. not China
As the trade war between the United States and Communist China escalates, some Canadians are saying they’re worried about being “caught in the middle.”
Trudeau Liberals run $1.4 billion deficit in first two months of 2019-20
According to the report, “The Finance Department’s numbers show the combined shortfall for April and May 2019 came after government spending and public debt charges expanded at a pace about three times higher than revenues.
Trudeau blamed Conservative leaders 138 different times instead of answering questions
Four years later and Stephen Harper is still on Justin Trudeau’s mind.
Ford cuts $130 million of funding to Ontario legal clinics sparking mass protest
The 30% cuts have meant lay-offs, lower case loads, and may cost the public much more in the end.
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.
These are the eight new inductees to Canada’s Walk of Fame
Eight Canadians have gotten a little more famous
$22/hr wage needed to survive in a two-bedroom apartment in Canada—report
A minimum wage of $12.65 in Vancouver means one would have to work a 112-hour week to afford a two-bedroom apartment.