Who’s up? The Prime Minister (and his backbench). Who’s down? A leadership contender for the Tories—and an NDP hopeful, too
A new report takes a deep dive into Canada’s maternity and parental leave benefits—and finds some counter-intuitive downsides to dads-only parental leave
Who’s up in the nation’s capital? A resurgent former prime minister. Who’s down? A senator who defends the ‘good deeds’ of residential schools.
March 10th, 2017 1 comment
Who’s up in the nation’s capital? A pair of leadership hopefuls in two parties. Who’s down? Liberals looking to become MPs.
When MPs faced-off in Ottawa for a ‘spirited’ game of hockey, things got a bit chippy—and the Tories crushed the Liberals
Trump has tapped Republican fundraiser Kelly Knight Craft to be America’s new Ambassador to Canada. Here’s what we know about her so far.
March 1st, 2017 4 comments
A panel on ‘Islamist Extremism’ in Canada offered up some spurious claims, but found an audience at the Conservative event
February 24th, 2017 32 comments
Who’s up in the nation’s capital? A young Tory and a blast from the past. Who’s down? A probably overburdened Stephane Dion.
He arrived in Canada as a teenage refugee from Somalia. With ‘preternatural calm,’ Ahmed Hussen is now Canada’s immigration minister.
February 16th, 2017 8 comments
Who’s up in the nation’s capital? An NDP bulldog and a Liberal minister. Who’s down? A high-profile Tory and a hopeful for the party crown.
February 10th, 2017 1 comment
Five key takeaways from the latest census that explain how—and where—Canada is growing
February 8th, 2017 7 comments