New Natural Resources Minister Seamus O’Regan overseeing hometown Atlantic boom, faced with western bust
Newfoundland MP, Trudeau’s close friend and newly-minted Natural Resources Minister Seamus O’Regan’s empathy for the West was overshadowed by his hometown enthusiasm.
Edmonton man arrested after string of poppy box robberies
An Edmonton man has been arrested after a string of poppy box robberies in Lloydminster, Alta., and Sherwood Park.
Paralyzed Humboldt Broncos player moves legs after Thai surgery
A paralyzed member of the Humboldt Broncos hockey team can now move his legs after a successful experimental surgery in Thailand
WEXIT: Poll shows separatist sentiment booming in western provinces
The poll surveyed 1,516 voting-age Canadians online between Oct. 24 and Nov. 1, 2019.
NO MOE MONEY: Saskatchewan Premier blasts Trudeau over equalization
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has sharply criticised Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Twitter, saying that he has “left Saskatawan waiting” on a letter of demands that Moe has released today.
Election 43 leaves nation fractured with a Liberal minority
Election 43 leaves Canada severely divided.
Saskatchewan Premier demands new deal between Canada, Alberta and Saskatchewan
Moe decided to take Prime Minister Justin Trudeau up on his offer of support, saying that nice words are great, but Saskatchewan and Alberta want action, and they want it now.
#WEXIT: Western Canada separatism explodes on social media
“Trudeau’s re-election is going to tear Canada in half. Good job Quebec. You’ll get your separatism desires. The west is leaving,” wrote one Twitter user.