Future Steve, you surprise me—er, us. Let's look at the transcript. The post Stephen Harper, circa 2005, interviews Stephen Harper of 2015 appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Want the truth? You'll have to wait. Paul Wells on broken promises to come in the election lead-up The post Stephen Harper’s not-so-smooth re-elections appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Stephen Harper made the announcement today along with Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder at the river separating Canada and the U.S. The post New Canada-U.S. bridge to be named after ‘Mr. Hockey’ Gordie Howe appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Justin Trudeau misfires. Stephen Harper pokes fun. The post The next attack ad might already be written appeared first on Macleans.ca.
SAN DIEGO — Days like Sunday are what make the Washington Nationals such a fascinating team, when the talented roster many believed would contend for a title in 2015 is on full display. In a 10-5 victory over the San Diego Padres, Bryce Harper’s torrid hitting showed no sign of ending. Show More Summary
Stephen Strasburg rebounded from a rough start to beat his hometown San Diego Padres for the fourth straight time, and Bryce Harper and Danny Espinosa hit three-run homers to power Washington to a 10-5 victory Sunday.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government said Friday that Canada would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent below 2005 levels by 2030.
Michael Geist writes, "The Canadian government's decision to extend the term of copyright for sound recordings in the budget may have taken most copyright observers by surprise, but not the music industry." Read the rest
A long-planned bridge between Detroit and Windsor, Ont., will be named for hockey great Gordie Howe. Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper are expected to make the announcement Thursday afternoon. Howe, 87, is a native of Canada and, of course, one of the greatest hockey players ever. The Gordie Howe International […]
Said no front-page headline ever, anywhere, BECAUSE IT ISN’T NEWS. Sometimes, we are a ridiculous country, cf. here and here and here. And media wonder why Stephen Harper never attends the thing anymore. Wonder no more, etc.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada and the Philippines will begin exploratory talks toward a bilateral free-trade agreement, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Friday.
A short list of D.C. sporting figures who have attended Caps playoff games this season would now include Paul Pierce, John Wall, Rasual Butler, Marcin Gortat, Ben Olsen, Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasburg, Max Scherzer, Anthony Rendon,Show More Summary
The new leader of the province opposes Keystone and takes climate seriously. That’s awkward for Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Thomas Mulcair hopes Stephen Harper goes the way of Prentice, not Wall The post Jim Prentice and Brad Wall, two experiments in conservatism appeared first on Macleans.ca.
At an estimated 2,700 litres, the bunker fuel spill in English Bay was relatively small — yet the stakes of that spill couldn’t be much higher. With Enbridge and Kinder Morgan both hoping to build oil pipelines to B.C., which would significantly...Show More Summary
With the details of Former Prime Minister Jean Chretien's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin yet to be revealed, Canadian conservative media and the government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper have been going bananas in criticizing the veteran Liberal politician.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrived in Iraq on Saturday for a surprise visit expected to include a meeting with Canadian soldiers advising Iraqi troops fighting Islamic State militants.
The prime minister's political tree is bearing fruit: The post-Harper generation of Conservative leaders is already here. The post Stephen Harper’s political children? They’re all grown up. appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Joe Oliver asks us to cast our eyes forward from the budget to the future The post A budget for Stephen Harper’s granddaughter appeared first on Macleans.ca.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada, heavily criticized over its environmental record, will need to introduce new regulations to meet updated international climate change targets, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Thursday.