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.@HillaryClinton got 3 million more votes than @realDonaldTrump. Keep tweeting that, because it drives his supporters fucking crazy. #uspoli — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) December 9, 2016

Former Liberal cabinet minister Warren Allmand dead at 84

Allmand represented his Montreal riding from 1965 to 1997 The post Former Liberal cabinet minister Warren Allmand dead at 84 appeared first on Macleans.ca.

U.S. Labour secretary and Carl’s Jr. boss defends racy ads

In an interview from May, Andrew Puzder spoke about the salacious ads for his burger chains The post U.S. Labour secretary and Carl’s Jr. boss defends racy ads appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Canada an ally the U.S. needs more than ever: Biden

Biden calls on Justin Trudeau to be a defender of the international "rules of the road'' The post Canada an ally the U.S. needs more than ever: Biden appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Goodale weighing whether CSIS metadata retention should continue

Goodale says government will "consider all of the factors that are relevant'' during review of national security policy The post Goodale weighing whether CSIS metadata retention should continue appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Indigenous leaders frustrated over PM climate change meetings

Provincial and territorial engagement with indigenous leaders ahead of first ministers meetings "problematic" The post Indigenous leaders frustrated over PM climate change meetings appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Canada to push business case for environment to Trump

"We have a lot of clean energy to sell... and we'll make it very clear that it's the way to go," says foreign affairs minister The post Canada to push business case for environment to Trump appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Census still vulnerable to political meddling, says former chief

New bill doesn't change parts of Statistics Act giving cabinet control over content of questionnaire, says Wayne Smith The post Census still vulnerable to political meddling, says former chief appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Viola Desmond

This is so, so awesome.  Well done, Bill Morneau.  Just awesome. (And no, Nellie McClung shouldn’t have been considered, much less on the list.  She was a racist and a proponent of eugenics, which is National Socialism in a lab coat...

December 8, 1980

My girlfriend Paula Christison had been over, and we’d been studying, then watching something on the little black and white TV we had. My Carleton roommate, Lee G. Hill, was there too. Lee and I had been great friends in Calgary. In junior high, we’d started a couple fanzines with Beatles-centric themes. In our shared […]

Being a contrarian, here is my defence of Monsef

From next week’s column: A year later, the electoral reform promise is in shambles. And, when you think about it, the “democratic reform” file has been a fiasco from the earliest days.   The minister responsible, Maryam Monsef, bears responsibility for some of that. Monsef did herself no favours by criticizing the work of an […]

Donald Trump is Time magazine’s Person of the Year

Time magazine dubs Trump "President of the Divided States of America" The post Donald Trump is Time magazine’s Person of the Year appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Judge orders Michigan recount stopped

Ruling seals Donald Trump's narrow electoral victory over Hillary Clinton The post Judge orders Michigan recount stopped appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Another former military general named to Trump cabinet

This time it's retired Marine Gen. John Kelly, tapped by Trump to lead Department of Homeland Security The post Another former military general named to Trump cabinet appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Trump appoints longtime Xi friend as China ambassador

Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad boasts 30-year relationship with Chinese President Xi Jinping The post Trump appoints longtime Xi friend as China ambassador appeared first on Macleans.ca.

The man fake news sent to Washington

Edgar Maddison Welch believed online hoax of child sex ring at Washington pizza restaurant The post The man fake news sent to Washington appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Pipeline debate grips AFN meeting

Controversial energy projects take centre stage at Assembly of First Nations meeting The post Pipeline debate grips AFN meeting appeared first on Macleans.ca.

‘Unacceptable’ that RCMP fabricated response to ATIP: Goodale

RCMP admit tardy ATIP response was backdated to avoid possible complaint about delay The post ‘Unacceptable’ that RCMP fabricated response to ATIP: Goodale appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Government undecided on transfer payments: Philpott

On the outskirts of Thursday's climate change meeting, premiers expected to press government on health transfers The post Government undecided on transfer payments: Philpott appeared first on Macleans.ca.

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