Anne Kingston: Clinton's new book shows she emphatically refuses to do so—and might be her most important political legacy. The post No, Hillary Clinton should not ‘Shut the F–k Up and Go Away’ appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Alex Vavilov won a court decision restoring his citizenship, but CSIS says his brother was 'sworn in' by their spy parents. Will Ottawa fight to keep them out of the country? The post Sons of Russian spies’ case comes to a head appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Since the Liberals won the election, Trudeau has taken care to reward Canada's big unions for their support The post Justin Trudeau: Look for the union label appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Ever since the horrible Donald Trump conned his way into the White House by winning working class support in the American Rustbelt, I've been consumed by the question: What mistakes have progressives been making that led to this andShow More Summary
So so sad to learn of passing of my friend and fellow former McGuinty advisor Arnold Chan. What a huge loss. #Cdnpoli #lpc — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) September 14, 2017
As millions of people across the Caribbean and Florida begin to recover from the storm, here's a look at what we know so far about Irma's destruction. The post Hurricane Irma Recovery: How each place was affected appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Trudeau may have to explain why his government has still not delivered on its two-year-old promise to re-engage in UN peacekeeping missions The post Justin Trudeau to speak at United Nations General Assembly appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Check this out: Wynne’s lawyers served legal notice to the PC leader, demanding an apology for suggesting Wynne is “standing trial.” In fact, it is the alleged actions of Liberal backbenchers in the lead-up to a byelection in Sudbury in 2015 that are being questioned. Wynne is considered a witness in the case and testified […]
The post Cassini will plunge into Saturn on Friday as NASA watches: Live video appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Calgarians are self-confident enough not to worry that the NHL would abandon them. And unlike Edmonton, the city doesn't need an arena to revitalize its downtown core The post In arena talks, Calgary Flames owners spectacularly misread the shot appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Remember how B.C.'s carbon tax was supposed to be 'revenue neutral?' With the NDP in power, and the Greens pulling strings, those days are over. The post B.C.’s carbon-tax changes are covered in Green thumbprints appeared first on Macleans.ca.
The former Peterborough MP will spend September in jail, where he can serve as a cautionary tale to politicians everywhere. The post Dean Del Mastro fought the law and the law won appeared first on Macleans.ca.
That viral moment at a Singh campaign event exemplifies the deep-seated racism that permeates Canada The post Why should Jagmeet Singh have to meet racist heckling with ‘love and courage’? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Who knew Donald Trump was a poet? Scott Feschuk, that's who. We present our latest curated collection of presidential poetry. The post The bad poetry of Donald Trump, Vol. 6 appeared first on Macleans.ca.
@HotNasties goes to NUMBER FOUR ON THE CHARTS! In, um, Argentina. pic.twitter.com/FkvmXGm1U5 — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) September 13, 2017
From Vice: Jennifer Bush is the Muslim-hating racist who tried to attacked Jagmeet Singh a few days ago – and spectacularly failed. She made him leader of the NDP, basically. That she was at Ford Fest immediately afterwards, taping an attack on Jagmeet and Muslims – with the bigoted leader of “Rise Canada” and a […]
And not by me, either. Below is what average folks are saying about the minister with the reverse Midas touch, and the unmitigated mess she made of Canada 150. It is scathing. Melanie Joly is a disaster of a minister. She is a joke. And PMO needs to send her to the distant reaches of […]
Despite pushback from some police services, public safety minister says July 1, 2018 legalization date stands The post Ottawa aims to hit 2018 marijuana legalization deadline appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Ginette Petitpas Taylor offers few details on how her government will fight back against the public-health crisis, but she pledges to work with provinces on the front lines The post Canada’s new health minister faces the opioid crisis appeared first on Macleans.ca.