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Millennials and living at home: For the first time on record the most common living arrangement for young adults is living with a parent.

The topic of young adults living at home is critical to the housing market since it will impact future home building, renting, buying, and purchasing behavior for the foreseeable future.  It is interesting that Trump being the de facto candidate for one of our major parties is basically a real estate marketer/developer that pitches real […]

PM insists bill needs to pass by June 6, others disagree

Bill C-14 is scheduled for a final vote in the House of Commons on Tuesday The post PM insists bill needs to pass by June 6, others disagree appeared first on Macleans.ca.

What do Ken Starr, Bank of America and crimes without criminals have in common?

Way back in 1873, Congress investigated the financing of the transcontinental railroad, which involved the distribution of shares in the shadowy firm Credit Mobilier to members of the House, the vice president, and others in the Garfield Administration. Its conclusion was that bribery had occurred,...

MORE LIKE THIS, PLEASE: Former House of Commons sergeant-at-arms grabs protester at Dublin commemor…

MORE LIKE THIS, PLEASE: Former House of Commons sergeant-at-arms grabs protester at Dublin commemoration. Canada’s ambassador to Ireland, best known for his role in shooting dead an armed assailant inside the Parliament buildings in 2014, has once again stepped into an apparent security breach. Kevin Vickers, the former House of Commons sergeant-at-arms, tackled a protester […]

The Inherent Value in Gap Years for All Students, Not Just the 1 Percent

Following the White House announcement of Malia Obama's post-high school plans, there has been an explosion of commentary on the benefits and potential pitfalls of the gap year. One common assertion by both reporters and comment board enthusiasts argues that the gap year is out of reach for the average American. Show More Summary

Dave Matthews Band Pledge Charlotte Gig Proceeds to Equality Groups

After the passing of North Carolina's controversial House Bill 2, commonly known as the "Bathroom Bill," many musicians protested by canceling scheduled concerts in the state. In a statement, Dave Matthews Band said they will carry forward with their May 27th gig at Charlotte's PNC Music Pavilion, but donate a portion of proceeds...

Dinosaur Joker

Dennis Skinner is a joke in my book, but that seems to be his main function in the House of Commons these days where his heckles and bon mots reduce many of his fellow MPs to stitches. The only thing I find funny about the Labour MP for Bolsover which he has represented continuously since 1970, is that he is still in office at the ripe old age of 84. Show More Summary

Brexit Russian Factor 'Absolute Rubbish' - UK House of Commons Leader

Despite the Russian Government's explicit neutrality regarding UK's EU referendum, the so-called "Russian factor" has been deployed to varying effect by both sides in the UK's referendum campaign.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Apologizes for Elbowing Opposition MP

On Thursday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized to the House of Commons after a controversial and tension-filled confrontation occurred in the House Wednesday afternoon.

There’s no basis for claims that the NHS is under threat from TTIP

Claims that TTIP would put the NHS at risk of a sell-off have come to the fore again, after the UK Government has decided to accept a Labour backbench amendment to avoid being defeated in the House of Commons on the latest Queen’s Speech. Show More Summary

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Threw An Elbow In the House of Commons, Should Stick To Boxing

Photo by Justin Lane/EPA Boxing may have helped Justin Trudeau to establish his reputation—and continue to grow his public image internationally—but an errant elbow and a hot head not exactly befitting a combat sports disciple recently...Show More Summary

‘Elbowgate’: Canada’s Trudeau Comes Under Attack for ‘Bully Behavior’

The Canadian House of Commons -- and later the Twitterverse -- found itself in an uproar on Wednesday when, after grabbing Opposition Whip Gord Brown, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau inadvertently elbowed Parliament Member Ruth Ellen Brosseau, who was standing in the aisle with Brown discussing a physician-assisted-death bill with other MPs.

In this House of Commons fracas, everyone loses—especially Justin Trudeau

How the Liberals brought their Parliamentary boiling point, and its aftermath, on themselves The post In this House of Commons fracas, everyone loses—especially Justin Trudeau appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Canadian Prime Minister Under Fire For Elbowing Female Lawmaker

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized Wednesday after he got into an altercation on the floor of the House of Commons and elbowed a female lawmaker.

How to lose control of the House of Commons

Justin Trudeau barged across the floor of the House and, seconds later, the chamber revolted The post How to lose control of the House of Commons appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Justin Trudeau apologizes for getting physical with lawmakers in a chaotic House of Commons exchange

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized after he was accused of elbowing a female legislator during a chaotic exchange in the House of Commons that quickly devolved into a shouting match. The lawmakers were on the verge ofShow More Summary

Trudeau Apologizes For ‘Manhandling’ Conservative Lawmaker

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came under fire Wednesday after grabbing one member of Parliament and elbowing another. Video footage from the floor of the House of Commons shows Trudeau grabbing the arm of Opposition Whip Gord Brown and elbowing MP Ruth Ellen Brosseau before a vote on an assisted-dying bill. Show More Summary

House of Commons Fast Tracks Copyright Bill To Implement Marrakesh Treaty

Bill C-11, the copyright bill that will allow Canada to accede to an international copyright treaty that will improve access for the blind and visually impaired, was fast tracked on Tuesday with unanimous approval to consider the bill read, studied, and passed three times. Show More Summary

The tragic story behind Justin Trudeau’s apology in Canada’s parliament

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On Wednesday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will deliver a formal apology in his country’s House of Commons for an incident that took place more than a century ago. In mid-May 1914, the Komagata Maru, a Japanese steamship, arrived in Vancouver after leaving Hong Kong in early April. On board were 376 passengers, most of […]

VIDEO: White House Won’t Answer To Their IRAN DEAL Lie- So Trey Gowdy BLASTS Them!

If you ever need a dose of common sense, it’s safe to say Trey Gowdy is waiting in the wings to deliver it. In this case, the verbal lashing is

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