Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party will introduce legislation in the coming weeks that would legalise the recreational use of marijuana in Canada by mid-2018. Passage of the bill would make Canada the first G7 country to legalise the recreational use of pot nationwide. Show More Summary
Marijuana will be legal for all Canadians over the age of 18 by July 1, 2018, CBC News reports, marking Canada's 151st birthday in style. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party will officially announce the plan on April 10. The...Show More Summary
In keeping up with his promise of legalizing marijuana that was seen as one of the primary reasons for the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party’s win in 2015, the government will announce the legislation next month. The legislation will legalize marijuana in Canada by...
Large deep pothole in Montreal street, Canada.(Shutterstock) In the 2015 federal election, the Liberal Party of Canada differentiated itself by pledging to run modest deficits for three years before returning… The post Infrastructure spending: it’s about the evidence stupid! appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Near life-sized images of the Liberal Party leader had been popping up at government events.
The entrepreneur and TV star supports non-traditional marriage, euthanasia, and pot legalization
Last year, the Liberal Party of Canada swept to power in an unexpected rout, ending nearly a decade of Conservative leadership. Out went Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who had turned Canada into one of the world’s top climate villains,...Show More Summary
As Americans await the results of their presidential election with bated breath, Justin Trudeau is celebrating his one-year anniversary as prime minister of Canada. Trudeau’s Liberal Party campaigned for 11 weeks last year in the longest election cycle in the nation’s history. Show More Summary
Americas Canada looks set to procure an interim fleet of Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornets to fill a capability gap as it procrastinates on how to proceed with its new fighter competition. The Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau promised during the election campaign not to buy the F-35 to replace its aging CF-18s; but the government […]
Last Monday I attended a briefing on amendments to the Liberal Party of Canada constitution at the Farmteam Cookhouse on Sparks Street. The party spring for a few plates of appetizers, and Liberal carpenter Rob Jamieson strongly insisted I report on the nibbles. Show More Summary
Justin Trudeau, prime minister of Canada and leader of the country’s Liberal Party, apologized after grabbing official Opposition whip Gordon Brown and elbowing a female New Democrat Party (NDP) legislator, Ruth Ellen Brosseau, in the House of Commons on Wednesday. Show More Summary
Justin Trudeau offered "unreserved" apologies Wednesday after jostling lawmakers from both of Canada's main opposition parties during a raucous day in Ottawa. The Liberal prime minister, apparently annoyed by a delay to voting on an assisted-suicide bill, was seen striding across the Parliament floor to grab the arm of Conservative...
Support for marijuana legalization in the United States is at a record high. The ruling Liberal Party in Canada will introduce legislation to legalize marijuana by 2017. 4/20 has become the marijuana industry's Black Friday. No senior-level...Show More Summary
Canada’s recently-elected Liberal Party government has failed to live up to its stated goal of re-engaging constructively in the international arena by renewing and expanding sanctions against Moscow, the Russian Embassy in Ottawa said in a statement.
Meanwhile, in Canada, the Prime Minister practices yoga. This photo is not new, but if you’re just learning that Canada’s Prime Minister is the fresh-faced Justin Trudeau, Leader of the Liberal Party, and husband to the multi-lingual, yoga teaching, women’s rights advocate Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau, then now you know. And with today’s volitical (that’s violent and […]
Liberal Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s proposals for his four-year term are projected to send Canada into the red in the neighborhood of...
Yesterday we broke the news that the Liberals have ordered the Department of National Defence to draft plans to house 6,000 Syrian migrants on Canadian military bases.
Americas Canada’s recent exit of the F-35 fighter program may not be as cut and dried as promised on the campaign trail by the Liberal Party government. During a recent interview, defense minister Harjit Sajjan sidestepped answering questions on whether the Lockheed Martin F-35 jet would be excluded from a competition to replace the CF-18 […]
As I said after the Liberals won the election: For conservatives, the main issue right now isn’t the Conservative Party of Canada. The main problem is — everything else.
Wikimedia Commons Justin Trudeau, newly-minted Prime Minister of Canada and self-professed dabbler in pot, announced earlier this month that his Liberal Party would move ahead with plans to legalize marijuana as early as 2016. Ending...Show More Summary