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
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party recaptured the lead on October 19, 2015 as Canada’s ruling party for the first time in nearly a decade, but while Trudeau’s talk of bringing Syrian refugees into Canada and investigating...Show More Summary
Laurie Graham of CTV interviewed the new Liberal health minister about the 50,000 Muslim migrants that are being rushed to Canada from Syria in the next 13 months.
Competent Canadian authorities should investigate a recent fundraising email from the ruling Liberal Party, the opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) said in a letter to the country’s Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson.
Canada's new government on Tuesday unveiled a plan to accommodate about 25,000 Syrian refugees. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, whose Liberal Party won national elections last month, had made hosting the refugees a prominent part of his campaign platform. "This is not just about welcoming 25,000 Syrian refugees, this is about welcoming 25,000 new Canadians," Trudeau […]
For those concerned about the health and safety of all Canadians, no matter their location, it was with nervous excitement that we received the news of Dr. Jane Philpott’s appointment as Minister of Health. Dr. Philpott, an active member in her Community Mennonite Church, and according to the Liberal Party website, a “song leader for […]
By Phil Stewart WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon expects the new Canadian government to allow Lockheed Martin Corp's F-35 fighter aircraft to compete to replace Canada's aging CF-18 jets, despite the Liberal Party's stated opposition to the planes, U.S. Show More Summary
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has ordered a reopening of the bidding process to replace Canada's aging fleet of fighter jets, according to a letter unsealed Friday.Trudeau's Liberal Party had pledged to scrap the multibillion-dollarShow More Summary
Though it has only been a few days into his tenure, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau seems to be on an impressive track of restoring Canada's image as the fair, liberal, caring and proudly-diverse nation it was once perceived as, particularly...Show More Summary
Justin Trudeau and his Liberal caucus officially became Canada’s ruling party Wednesday morning.
Canada's newly elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was sworn in on Wednesday after his Liberal Party won a decisive victory in the country's elections last month. Trudeau told the media gathered for the swearing-in ceremony of hisShow More Summary
Justin Trudeau, scion of a fabled Liberal Party leader, was sworn in Wednesday as Canada's 23rd prime minister and the first from Generation X.Trudeau punctuated an election campaign promise to take a more open and team-centric approach to governing than that of his predecessor, Conservative Stephen...
Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party are the new government in Canada. But the real challenge for conservatives for the next four years is the lack of any non-partisan conservative infrastructure in Canada. What we are missing are the forces in the larger culture that help shape ideas and influence and advocacy. I’m starting to work on […]
“If the newly elected Liberals honour all their campaign promises – a big “if” with any political party – the Government of Canada will now invest an extra $1.35-billion in arts and culture by 2020. But do the Liberals understand that what Canada really needs is coherent cultural policy?”
The Liberal Party landslide and the triumph of Justin Trudeau in Canada’s election last Monday was a tonic for progressive economics and a cautionary tale for parties on the center-left lacking the courage of their convictions. Trudeau proved that voters understand the difference between profligacy and necessary public investment.
Canada doesn't really have an air force: it has a unified military rather than separate branches. However, with the elections having taken place and the Liberal party with Trudeau as prime minister, Canada is likely to pull out of the F-35. Show More Summary
(click to enlarge) On Monday, Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper's decade-long reign came to an end in dramatic fashion as left-leaning voters flocked to the historically centrist Liberal Party and handed its leader, Justin Trudeau, a massive win. Show More Summary
Miles Corak: Are Canadian progressives showing Americans the way?: Reflecting on the recent outcome of the Canadian election, in which the Liberal Party of Canada cast itself as a progressive left of center party and reversed its fortunes in a...