Bryce Harper homered, Tyler Moore drove in four runs and the Washington Nationals defeated the San Francisco Giants 9-3 on Saturday despite Stephen Strasburg exiting in the fourth inning with an apparent injury.
Nearly a decade of appointing people to positions of power has left Stephen Harper with a number of unfortunate associations The post Stephen Harper’s most unfortunate appointments appeared first on Macleans.ca.
This is just a little video I created this week to stick it to our misguided Prime Minister Stephen Harper, whose man-boy instincts and poor judgment have been degrading our politics for almost 10 years now. Part of his power has come from bullying his opponents with attack ads. Show More Summary
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair at Pride Toronto this weekend Before anyone believed the NDP under Tom Mulcair could win, Stephen Harper enjoyed a slim lead over slumping Justin Trudeau from last fall until May of this year. But now that things have changed, we're seeing the various players react. Show More Summary
Bryce Harper and Denard Span are back in the Nationals lineup for game one of today’s true doubleheader, one necessitated when yesterday’s game was rained out after one and a half innings. The Nationals will start Stephen Strasburg in game one, and announce their game two starter between games. Show More Summary
The Canadian Prime Minister said he'd only sign the secretive Trans Pacific Partnership if it had safeguards for Canada's farmers, but now that it's clear that he hasn't got a hope in hell of being re-elected, he's ready to sign TPP and damn the farmers. Read the rest
Stephen Harper's latest anti-gay judicial appointment Just in time for Toronto's Pride, we learn today whose side Stephen Harper's still cheering for when it comes to gay marriage, an issue long settled by the vast majority of Canadians. Show More Summary
Earlier in the day, Stephen Harper marked national day of remembrance for victims of terrorism The post Soldiers replace MPs at PM’s garden party appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Remember when the Liberal Party was practically synonymous with Canadian pride? They gave us the Canadian flag (in Liberal Party colours), for one thing. But since he’s been prime minister, Stephen Harper and the Conservatives have more or less taken over that role. Justin Trudeau isn’t pleased about that, of course. He calls Canada under […]
Be patient. Stephen Harper's ex-chief of staff will testify on Aug. 11 The post Duffy’s trial adjourns until August. Next up: Nigel Wright appeared first on Macleans.ca.
'Harper likes to talk about democracy and freedoms, and in his country, people are persecuted for their views,' said activist Jacek Kotula.
"The Russian ships have been acting very professionally in terms of keeping a respectful distance and not acting in a threatening way," Stephen Harper said.
Canada's Stephen Harper and others must learn from the GOP's success in starting an actual dialogue.
(l-r) European Council President Donald Tusk, Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper, US President Barack Obama, Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President François Hollande, Britain's Prime...Show More Summary
David Suzuki is at it again: Calling for “climate change deniers” and other people who disagree with him — including Prime Minister Stephen Harper — to be jailed. That’s bad enough, but there’s something more serious we should all be worried about: The huge impact Suzuki and other foreign-funded “progressive” activists and lobbyists could have […]
On today's agenda: Meetings with Polish Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz and President Bronislaw Komorowski The post Stephen Harper begins Poland visit in Warsaw appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Canada is ready to impose new sanctions against Russia if the situation in the crisis-hit regions in southeastern Ukraine deteriorates, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Saturday.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper will meet Saturday his Ukrainian counterpart Arseniy Yatsenyuk, according to a statement released Friday on the Ukrainian government portal.
Under the new security measures just announced by Stephen Harper’s government, some people entering Canada will have to provide biometric data, such as fingerprints. Why should Canadians object to us collecting this data about foreign citizens? By definition, they don’t have the same rights we do under the Charter, and certainly have no inherent right […]
“For a prosperous and pluralistic country like Canada … borders cannot be barriers. Still, they must be filters, effective filters,” Prime Minister Stephen Harper said at a press conference in Toronto on Thursday.