Arrow is head first into the second half of season 4. So much has changed, and characters of the past keep popping up, but also at least one major character has been killed. Reports have already confirmed that Roy Harper will be return to Star City, but Arrow fans have yet to understand just why... Show More Summary
Former PM Stephen Harper prioritized religious and ethnic minorities The post Conservatives cherry picked certain Syrian refugee files: documents appeared first on Macleans.ca.
This article was first published on Reason.com. Justin Trudeau, the Liberal prime minister who won last October's elections in Canada against the Conservative Stephen Harper, who was seeking a third term, ran in part on a promise toShow More Summary
With slogans like "Canada is back", the Liberals have had one message since they were elected: Nothing that happened under Stephen Harper was legitimate; that wasn’t the "real" Canada.
On Monday, Phillip Nolan, teacher and former bandmate of Canadian ex-prime minister Stephen Harper, was sentenced to two years in prison for two counts of “sexual interference” with a 13-year-old girl. Read more...
Glass fell from grace in 1998 after passing off a number of fabricated stories as journalism. Harper's retraction is the first ever issued in the magazine's 165 year history.
JOURNALISM: Harper’s issues its first retraction ever: A piece by disgraced ‘fabulist’ Stephen Glass from 1998. Question: Is this the only thing Harper’s has ever published that’s worthy of a retraction? Because that would be pretty impressive in a magazine that old. And why retract this now, after so long? Because Glass requested it: “He […]
Disgraced journalist Stephen Glass continues trying to make up for past transgressions, most recently to Harper's Magazine. Although much of the hullabaloo in the 1990s originally focused on Glass' work for the New Republic —a majority of which he completely made up, per the Washington Post —it's Harper's to whom...
The Washington Nationals are in a spot where they can glance back and see a less-than-awesome 2015 season and also look forward at a future that could take both of their biggest homegrown stars away. An enviable spot? Well, no. But if...Show More Summary
Courtroom 33 faces the full bluster of Mike Duffy: smiling, petulant, glowering—and suspicious, especially when he testified about how Stephen Harper's PMO worked The post The genie of Cavendish pops free from his gleaming lamp appeared first on Macleans.ca.
NASHVILLE — The Nationals have enough immediate concerns — left-handed hitting to find and a bullpen to rebuild — to keep busy this offseasoln. But the future looms, requiring consideration: Stephen Strasburg will be a free agent after...Show More Summary
Friday's speech weighed in at 1,700 words, barely one-quarter as long as the last one the Governor General delivered at Stephen Harper's behest. But there's a lot of marching in these marching orders. The post Trudeau’s Tweet from the Throne appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Under Harper, Ottawa was no longer the voice of sanctimoniousness and unhelpful intrusions into health care, education and other provincial responsibilities The post How Stephen Harper’s open federalism changed Canada for the better appeared first on Macleans.ca.
John Boehner recently bade a tearful goodbye as U.S. House speaker, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal dropped out of the Republican presidential race and Stephen Harper left as Canada's prime minister after nine years. Please enter here to read 10 facts about exits. 1. After John Wilkes Booth dined with...
20,000 Twitter followers! I’ve got more than Ralph Goodale and Michelle Rempel, notwithstanding my IQ is considerably less than theirs. Not bad! Justin Trudeau and Stephen Harper are in no immediate danger of me overtaking them, however. Damn.
Nine and a half years. That’s how long Stephen Harper was prime minister of Canada — a long haul for environmentalists, who were all but shut out of Ottawa and often antagonized by the federal government. Now that Justin Trudeau andShow More Summary
The days when Stephen Harper gave Justin Trudeau opportunities to say no are over The post Why Justin misses Stephen appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Stephen Harper may have left the building but when it comes to Israel, he haunts us still.
After 10 years of Stephen Harper, many Canadians can better empathise with those living under the rule of fear.
Electoral reforms are coming. Two staffers who worked for Stephen Harper examine how to build a centre-right coalition that would thrive under any system. The post Why the centre-right needs to build a new kind of coalition appeared first on Macleans.ca.