History tells us that federal elections during recessions are rare events. But Stephen Harper could be facing one this year. The post A recession may not be imminent. But now, it can’t be ruled out. appeared first on Macleans.ca.
The office of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said that the Canadian parliament has endorsed the government's plan to launch airstrikes against ISIL targets in Syria, in addition to its military participation in Iraq bombing raids.
Any Canadians curious about where Prime Minister Stephen Harper's plan to turn the country into an energy superpower is heading need look no further than the provincial budget just tabled by Alberta. The collapse in oil prices has turned...Show More Summary
After watching this sobering, fascinating interview with famed political philosopher Charles Taylor on yesterday's Power & Politics, I'm more convinced than ever that my headline is true.Taylor was commenting on Stephen Harper's recent...Show More Summary
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Stephen Strasburg made his first start since spraining his ankle, allowing four runs on four hits over four innings. He walked two and struck out two. He tossed 70 pitches, only 39 for strikes. Strasburg was solid early but unraveled in the third inning, giving up two home runs in the 10-1 loss to the Mets. Show More Summary
Is it legal to launch airstrikes against targets in Syria? Funny you should ask The post Stephen Harper on the legality of bombing Syria: LOL appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) technically, the Fast Money Halftime Report traders said in a recent discussion on CNBC. Stephen Weiss was reacting to a Wunderlich analyst Blake Harper upgrading Groupon Inc (NASDAQ:GRPN) to a “Buy” rating. According to Weiss he doesn’t know how an analyst like Harper can get comfort “predicting what this company is going […]
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced Tuesday that, in a measure to bolster efforts in a military campaign against the self-proclaimed Islamic State, the one-year extension of the country’s operations will include airstrikes on terrorist targets in Syria.
The transcript of what Stephen Harper, Tom Mulcair and Justin Trudeau told the House of Commons on Tuesday The post What the party leaders said about expanding the war against ISIS appeared first on Macleans.ca.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada will expand its military mission against Islamic State by launching air strikes against its positions in Syria as well as Iraq, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Tuesday.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has laid out his case for Canada to renew its participation in the coalition fighting the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. The prime minister is proposing to expand and extend Canada’s initial six-month military mission in Iraq and asking for support for an additional one-year air mission against the […]
'There is no either/or here between military action and humanitarian aid,' PM tells the House The post For the record: Stephen Harper on Canada’s mission appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Michael Harris in iPolitics: The odd thing about about this re-run of the Right of the Living Dead in the CPC is that it represents something that Stephen Harper himself used to view with mortification and alarm. His original inspiration for muzzling MPs came from his days with Preston Manning. Back then, a year’s worth […]
Why not a coalition? Or at least an accord? The post Why wouldn’t the Liberals and NDP make a deal to replace Stephen Harper? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
A sweeping Supreme Court declaration on the niqab suggests the federal government may be in the wrong The post Stephen Harper’s veiled threat appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Unlike Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and British Prime Minister David Cameron, who, as heads of state of friendly countries are expected to do, offered personal congratulations to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on his victory, President Obama has not. First, an aide was dispatched to say the administration was giving Netanyahu “space” to form […]
The measures under Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government undermine the rights of Canada's citizens. Back in 2006, the newly elected Prime Minister of Canada, right-wing Conservative Stephen Harper warned that “You won’t recognize Canada when I’m through with it.” After nine grueling years, that’s already true in many ways. Show More Summary
A Canadian opposition leader on Friday compared Prime Minister Stephen Harper's handling of Islam to Russian President Vladimir Putin's crackdown on gays, ratcheting up political rhetoric over the religion as Harper's ruling Conservatives seek re-election in October.
Various papers have been covering Canada’s niqab controversy after Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said that the niqab is rooted in “anti-women” culture, with some Muslim women responding, saying they choose to wear the niqab out of religious obligation. Show More Summary