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Archived Since:July 10, 2009

Blog Post Archive

Trudeau defends ‘progressive’ NAFTA agenda in U.S. speech

Trudeau explains why his government is pushing gender equality, indigenous rights, and labour protections in NAFTA talks The post Trudeau defends ‘progressive’ NAFTA agenda in U.S. speech appeared first on Macleans.ca.

John Kelly and the crushing irony of Donald Trump

One photo, less than 1,000 words: What part of Donald Trump's speech made his chief-of-staff John Kelly facepalm? The post John Kelly and the crushing irony of Donald Trump appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Russia’s ‘propaganda outlet’ will remain on Canadian TV

Amid charges that RT spreads disinformation and has sought to influence elections, the CRTC says the channel is not under review in Canada The post Russia’s ‘propaganda outlet’ will remain on Canadian TV appeared first on Macleans.c...

Donald Trump sounds off on North Korea in UN address

Donald Trump delivered his first speech to the United Nations General Assembly, in which he said "Rocket Man" Kim Jong-un is on a "suicide mission," and the U.S. would "totally destroy" North Korea if necessary. The post Donald Trump sounds off on North Korea in UN address appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Donny from marketing goes to the United Nations

Scott Gilmore: Trump's much-awaited and ultimately amateurish UN speech confirmed that America's relevance continues to shrink The post Donny from marketing goes to the United Nations appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Rambunctious, silly and sad: Ottawa goes back to work

On Parliament's return there was debate, fist-pumping, dumpster diving, and one moment of manners as MPs reflected on a tragedy The post Rambunctious, silly and sad: Ottawa goes back to work appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Government deficit smaller than expected, but debt rises

Federal deficit roughly $5 billion less than forecast, while debt rose $15 billion year over year The post Government deficit smaller than expected, but debt rises appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Trudeau issues broadside to Boeing over spat with Bombardier

Trudeau says about Boeing that Canada 'won't do business with a company that's busy trying to sue us.' The post Trudeau issues broadside to Boeing over spat with Bombardier appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Be ‘very concerned’ about cell phone searches at U.S. border, says privacy czar

'Limit the amount of information that you bring to the U.S.," privacy commissioner tells Commons committee The post Be ‘very concerned’ about cell phone searches at U.S. border, says privacy czar appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Liberals ready to make housing a right as part of national strategy

However, sources say there may not be any legislated specifics tied to the promise The post Liberals ready to make housing a right as part of national strategy appeared first on Macleans.ca.

At the UN, bracing for the arrival of Donald Trump

The U.S. president says he wants to 'make the UN great.' The Honourary Consul from Senegal says: 'I just hope he doesn’t offend anybody.' The post At the UN, bracing for the arrival of Donald Trump appeared first on Macleans.ca.

How Trump’s ‘Art of the Deal’ explains his approach to NAFTA negotiations

If we have to give something up to satisfy Trump’s obsession with winning and maintain a trilateral deal, farm supply management seems the most likely candidate The post How Trump’s ‘Art of the Deal’ explains his approach to NAFTA negotiations appeared first on Macleans.ca.

The House of Commons is back: Live video

Watch the first question period of the season in Ottawa. We're carrying it live at 2:15 pm ET. The post The House of Commons is back: Live video appeared first on Macleans.ca.

David Johnston: Before abolishing the monarchy, know what you’re getting into

The outgoing governor general speaks with Paul Wells about the rise of distrust in Canada, Harper's 2009 prorogation of Parliament, and what he plans to do next The post David Johnston: Before abolishing the monarchy, know what you’re getting into appeared first on Macleans.ca.

The hidden risks of opening up trade with China

China’s enormous size and growing stature in global affairs make it a tempting partner for a free trade deal, but it comes with strings attached The post The hidden risks of opening up trade with China appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Avi Lewis: Obama created Trump, and Trudeau is doing the same here

As the NDP gets ready to pick Tom Mulcair's successor, Lewis sees real left-wing ideas "submerged" The post Avi Lewis: Obama created Trump, and Trudeau is doing the same here appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Hamilton has shed its rust. Can the New Democrats?

The sturdy former steel town doesn't cry out for salvation, but industrial policy isn't the party's focus anyway The post Hamilton has shed its rust. Can the New Democrats? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Parliament returns, and it’s a bit of a mess

Paul Wells on what to watch for in Ottawa as the three main party leaders stumble back after a difficult summer The post Parliament returns, and it’s a bit of a mess appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Big Tobacco and mini marts take on the pot bill

At hearings in Ottawa, some heated words over how the government should handle the packaging and branding of pot The post Big Tobacco and mini marts take on the pot bill appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Wab Kinew elected leader of Manitoba NDP

Kinew went into the vote facing controversy over domestic violence charges that were stayed by the Crown in 2004 The post Wab Kinew elected leader of Manitoba NDP appeared first on Macleans.ca.

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