Capt. Megan Couto was the first female to ever lead the Guard. How did it happen, and what’s behind the tradition?
The company behind MyDemocracy.ca and Vote Compass was supposed to launch a massive survey ahead of Canada Day. That’s not going to happen.
June 22nd, 2017 1 comment
For some Canadians hoping for a message on their 100th birthday, only one monarch will do
June 22nd, 2017 6 comments
How do governments celebrate Canada’s 150th? With a traveling red couch and a $400,000 game of Snakes and Ladders.
And what it says about how much the FBI itself trusts the president
June 8th, 2017 1 comment
Christine Archibald set an example for us all before she was killed in the London attacks, and following it is simple
He learned Cree playing bingo over the radio and spent countless hours by the waters of Lake Waswanipi. When he started a family, they were ‘always outside.’
Admitting to ever smoking marijuana can get you banned from the U.S.A. for life. So what happens when Canada legalizes pot?
June 1st, 2017 4 comments
The parties have promised four years of a stable minority government. But at what cost to Ottawa (and Alberta’s) resource plans?
May 29th, 2017 3 comments
Tories seem ready to unite around their new leader. Will enough Canadians join them to make him a threat to Justin Trudeau in 2019?
May 27th, 2017 1 comment
When it comes to impeachments, the Senate is judge and jury.
We set out to prove the Prime Minister wrong in drumming up support for the Ottawa Senators, the lone Canadian team left in the Stanley Cup playoffs. But the data says he’s right.
May 16th, 2017 3 comments