Prime Minister promises $4.3B to protect dairy farmers The post Stephen Harper calls Trans-Pacific Partnership the new gold standard appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Canada will hold its federal election in less than two weeks. For months, the contest has been viewed as a three-horse race between the ruling Conservative party of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the Liberals and the leftist New Democrat Party. There are lots of important issues at stake, including Canada's flagging economy, its role in counterterrorism operations overseas, […]
The Conservatives are gaining ground in the polls faster than the Liberals. And the NDP slump is serious. The post Paul Wells: ‘As far as I can tell, Stephen Harper is winning’ appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Understand the polls? Me neither. Let me elucidate my fuzzification. Ekos: Their latest poll said Conservatives had “swung into the lead,” with a ten-point gap favouring Stephen Harper. Here. Forum: Their latest “poll” has Harper at 34 per cent, and the Messrs. Trudeau and Mulcair tied at 27 per cent. Here. ARG: Reid released one yesterday […]
Justin Trudeau wants to raise taxes on the rich, while Tom Mulcair is aiming at corporations. So far, Stephen Harper seems to be winning the tax debate. The post Nothing is certain but debate on taxes in politics appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Alberta is Stephen Harper’s home province, home to the oil sands, and uses more coal-fired electricity than all the rest of Canada combined. With oil prices dropping to $40 a barrel, people in Calgary and Fort McMurray are losing their jobs. Show More Summary
PM says Conservatives and Chinese Canadians share commitment to family, faith and hard work The post Stephen Harper makes direct pitch to Chinese Canadian voters appeared first on Macleans.ca.
It's Tuesday, and everybody's talking about last night's Munk Debate! In other news: the Jays won against Baltimore, and we're putting more money into construction on the Gardiner. Justin Trudeau, Stephen Harper, and Thomas Mulcair met last night in Toronto for the Munk Debate on foreign policy issues. Show More Summary
'The threat we face today is not CSIS, it's ISIS,' Stephen Harper says of Bill C-51 The post Mulcair, Harper clash over ISIS mission, refugees at foreign policy debate appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau (L), NDP leader Thomas Mulcair (C) and Conservative leader Stephen Harper walk on stage before photo opportunity prior to the beginning of the Globe and Mail… The post LIVE CHAT: Watching the #MunkDebate? Follow here for insta-analysis. appeared first on Macleans.ca.
On Monday night's agenda: the Syrian refugee crisis, TPP, and the government's arms deal with Saudi Arabia — just to start The post What Stephen Harper has to prove in the Munk Debate appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Stephen Harper should apologize, Tom Mulcair says The post ‘We should not be allowed to politicize a Canadian hero like Terry Fox’ appeared first on Macleans.ca.
But what's a 'women's issue' anyway? Four leaders—without Stephen Harper—discuss a range of topics The post Women’s issues take centre stage at Up For Debate event appeared first on Macleans.ca.
The story of this Nationals season does not begin in spring training, on a party cloudy day in Viera, Fla., when pitchers and catchers took the field for the first time. It doesn’t begin in February, when the Nationals swooped in on the free agent market and plucked away Max Scherzer. Show More Summary
Before Monday night’s series opener with the Orioles, which will be delayed by rain, Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg were named the National League’s co-players of the week for mutually dominant weeks in which Harper hit.519 and Strasburg pitched to a 0.60 ERA. Show More Summary
Fact check: Stephen Harper in conversation with 570News Kitchener The post Stephen Harper on the housing market: What bubble? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Chatelaine interviews Stephen Harper, Thomas Mulcair, Justin Trudeau and Elizabeth May before the Up For Debate panel The post The Chatelaine Interviews: Four leaders on women’s issues appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Stephen Harper on child care, the economy and why some women might have trouble attaining positions of leadership The post Stephen Harper: The Chatelaine Interview appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Canada will hold elections on October 19, and polls currently show a three-way tie. Conservative Stephen Harper has been in power for nine years and is weighed down by a recession brought on by low commodity prices. For months, he has...Show More Summary
Held earlier this evening at the Palomino Room at Stampede Park in Calgary, Alberta, the 2015 Globe and Mail Canadian leaders’ debate featured Prime Minister Stephen Harper with the Conservative Party, Justin Trudeau with the Liberal Party, and Thomas Mulcair with the New Democrat Party. Show More Summary