Press secretary says Trump will look at new ways to combat Islamic State group in Syria The post Washington opens door to co-operation with Russia in Syria appeared first on Macleans.ca.
White House spokesperson Sean Spicer says meeting will happen in 'next 30 days or so' The post Trudeau to meet Trump in coming weeks to talk trade appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Donald Trump’s tendency to rewrite stories stirs memories of one Canadian writer's own rape, and the questions that ensued The post The match struck by Trump’s gaslighting appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Admin backs off on Trump campaign pledge to immediately end 'illegal amnesty' The post Trump administration backs off immigration pledge appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Cap on benefits is key complaint of program: documents The post Documents reveal concerns of CPP benefit limits for widows appeared first on Macleans.ca.
If it works, sure. A snippet from this week’s Hill Times: Liberal strategist Warren Kinsella said Mr. Harper has always been a “polarizing candidate,” and, as a result, has the dual affect of mobilizing and motivating both Conservatives and Liberals. “The Conservatives are using him in fundraising because he’s popular with their vote, and Liberals […]
The Washington march route passed democratic institutions that endure the test of time. A protestor asked: 'It's more than one man can dismantle, right?' The post What marching means for a hellscape ahead appeared first on Macleans....
Move is 'a great thing for the American workers,' Trump says The post Donald Trump signs to withdraw from Trans-Pacific Partnership appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Scott Feschuk offers up a hypothetical scenario that gets on Donald Trump's nerves. Your challenge: How would Trump respond in a tweet? The post Maclean’s Donald Trump Tweet Predictor No. 2 appeared first on Macleans.ca.
David MacNaughton addresses future of NAFTA at Liberal cabinet retreat The post New trade deal with U.S. may step outside of NAFTA: ambassador appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Trump promises 'substantial border tax' on companies that move operations out of U.S. The post Donald Trump calls business leaders to meeting appeared first on Macleans.ca.
The Washington march route passed the National Archives, Freedom Plaza, the Newseum — democratic institutions that endure the test of time. And then a protestor asked: "It's more than one man can dismantle, right?" The post What marching means for a hellscape ahead appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Trump’s limo passes empty stands on the day of his inauguration: A few folks (including my wife and daughter) get together with like-minded friends the next day: Oh, and at the march I participated in, in Toronto? More than 60,000 people. Enjoy the view from the window while you can, Unpresident. The next one is […]
As Trump signals more tolerant approach toward settlement movement, Israel's nationalist right sees an ally in the White House The post Netanyahu confirms February White House visit appeared first on Macleans.ca.
NATO allies worry over whether they can trust the U.S. for their aid should Russia attack The post Questions abound over Trump’s NATO stance ahead of meeting appeared first on Macleans.ca.
I’d say don’t pick fights with guys who buy ink by the barrel, but I want the Unpresident in jail. So carry on, you stupid shitheads. Key figures in Donald Trump’s administration have become embroiled in a fresh war of words with the media. On Saturday the president had condemned media reporting of the number of […]
Group of first responders will visit Ottawa to call for national strategy to help paramedics, firefighters, police officers and veterans The post Canada needs national strategy to tackle PTSD, say first responders appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Trudeau and his cabinet hunker down in Calgary to plan a future alongside President Donald Trump The post So much for the bilateral bromance? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Photographer, photojournalist and activist Donna Ferrato was behind the lens for Maclean's at the WomensMarch The post Marching with Donna Ferrato: ‘We are unbeatable.’ appeared first on Macleans.ca.