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CBC › Politics › 3 days ago
A new session of Parliament will open Dec. 5. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won a minority government on Oct. 21, reduced to 157 seats in the House of Commons. The new session will begin with a Speech from the Throne from Gov. Gen. Julie Payette.
UPI › 4 days ago
Cyclone Bulbul tore through Bangladesh and India over the weekend, killing at least 10 people and displacing 2 million others, authorities said.
Reuters › Finance › 1 week ago
Canada's new minority Liberal government, which looks set to rely on a left-leaning party to stay in power, will reassure markets it remains committed to fiscal responsibility, Finance Minister Bill Morneau said on Thursday.
One America News Network › Finance › 1 week ago
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's new minority Liberal government, which looks set to rely on a left-leaning party to stay in power, will reassure markets it remains committed to fiscal responsibility,
Breitbart › Technology › 1 week ago
A conservative student senator at Colorado State University, who is black, was kicked out of a student government meeting for wearing "blackface" as part of his Halloween costume mocking Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
‘Woke’ college kids can’t take a joke? Black student kicked from meeting for wearing Justin Trudeau blackface costume
RT › 1 week ago
Mocking Justin Trudeau and his past penchant for blackface is apparently off-limits – even if you’re black. An African-American conservative was booted from a student meeting for dressing up as the Canadian prime minister. Read Full Article at RT.com
HuffPost › Politics › 1 week ago
Thanks to politicians, racism nationwide is louder than ever before, these Canadians say.
CBS News › 1 week ago
On "Face the Nation," Larry Kudlow, the top White House economic adviser, says Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau instigated a heated dispute over trade at the G7.
The Wall Street Journal › 1 week ago
Canadian shipments of meat to China will resume following a more than four-month pause that was sparked by Beijing’s concerns over forged export certificates, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said.
CBC › Politics › 1 week ago
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today Canadian beef and pork exports to China will resume, ending a nearly four-month-long trade dispute with Beijing.
The Hill › Opinions › 1 week ago
Trudeau's carbon tax could cripple the economies of Western provinces, which rely heavily on energy-intensive industries.
The Wall Street Journal › Opinions › 2 weeks ago
Canada, Israel and other democracies prove that ‘political reform’ schemes create their own problems.
The Independent › 2 weeks ago
Bavaria's top minister is known for his love of fancy dress
Breitbart › Politics › 2 weeks ago
Leftist Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau broke with his tradition of dressing up for Halloween this year.
Reuters › Finance › 2 weeks ago
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he talked with recently reelected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday, congratulating him on his win and agreeing to keep working toward passage of a new North American trade deal.
CBC › Politics › 2 weeks ago
Power & Politics host Vassy Kapelos and a panel of guests are taking your questions about western alienation.
Reuters › 2 weeks ago
A potential contender to head Canada's main opposition Conservative Party on Thursday denied he wanted to oust leader Andrew Scheer despite savaging him for a poor election performance last week.
Reuters › 2 weeks ago
Quebec will require immigrants seeking permanent residency in the Canadian province to pass a "values" test to ensure they understand its new secularism law, the provincial government said on Wednesday.
One America News Network › 2 weeks ago
By Moira Warburton (Reuters) - Quebec will require immigrants seeking permanent residency in the Canadian province to pass a "values" test to ensure they understand its new secularism law, the
Politico › Politics › 2 weeks ago
Canada’s western province are angry at Trudeau and other eastern liberals.