They faced nearly a decade of muzzling under Stephen Harper. Now they’re helping counterparts in the US fight back.
Canada has had its own dark ages of anti-science politics under the government of Stephen Harper (2006–15). We at Evidence for Democracy, who led the fight against that ideology, offer these lessons to US scientists in how to protect scientific integrity under US President Donald
Rona Ambrose continues to impress amid the Tories' divisive leadership race, while Maryam Monsef continues to tumble The post Stephen Harper resurfaces: Ottawa Power Rankings appeared first on Macleans.ca.
OTTAWA — The Conservatives have edged ahead of the Liberals in support, according to poll results released today that also put Stephen Harper’s party in the lead in the crucial Ontario region. If an election were held today, 33% of voters would cast their ballots for the Conservatives, up a percentage point from a week […]
Last year, the Liberal Party of Canada swept to power in an unexpected rout, ending nearly a decade of Conservative leadership. Out went Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who had turned Canada into one of the world’s top climate villains,...Show More Summary
Canadian "kinder, gentler" Prime Minister Justin Trudeau loves the oil industry, just like his mean old predecessor, the petro-Tory Stephen Harper: not only has he approved two new pipelines for Canada's worst-in-class tar sands oil,...Show More Summary
Stephen Mooallem, formerly of Harper's Bazaar and Interview, "said he wanted to improve the paper's digital side, re-establish its cultural coverage and investigative reporting, and embrace the paper's inherent 'New Yorkiness.'"
Stephen Mooallem, the executive editor of Harper’s Bazaar, will become the alternative weekly’s third top editor this year.
During Canada's nightmarish Stephen Harper years -- when an Arctic country with two oceanic coastlines and major freshwater reserves was ruled by a ruthless climate-denier -- science librarian John Dupuis did yeoman service documenting and rounding up the assault on science that was an essential part of Harper's payback to the oil interests he represented. (more…)
The two homegrown stars, around whom health concerns swirled all season, seem likely to be good to go for spring training — barring anything unforeseen.
The Conservatives—still preaching from Stephen Harper's Old Carbon Testament—are running out of arguments The post On carbon, the Conservatives are stuck in the past appeared first on Macleans.ca.
The old Canadian Conservative government of Stephen Harper had many controversial policies (cough climate denial cough), with mass surveillance powers very near the top of the charts. (more…)
Harper got the Ledecky bump! VIDEO: Katie Ledecky on how Bryce Harper got her swim cap, which he wore to celebrate #Nats' NL East title. pic.twitter.com/p9RXYBn2PH — Stephen Whyno (@SWhyno) September 28, 2016 On Saturday, the Washington Nationals clinched the NL East. Show More Summary
Liberals say Stephen Harper's office paid out almost $325,000 in relocation expenses for 29 staffers The post Moving targets: Liberals play tit-for-tat with relocation costs appeared first on Macleans.ca.
International law firm's roster includes Jean Chrétien, Gary Doer, and James Moore The post Stephen Harper to join Dentons law firm appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Former Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper is teaming up with the world's largest law firm as he forges a new consulting career.
It was a quiet ending for Stephen Harper. After living a life of politics for forty years in Canada, former prime minister Harper resigned his...
'Today I wish to inform you that I am stepping down as the member of Parliament for Calgary Heritage,'' wrote the former prime minister The post For the record, Stephen Harper’s resignation message to constituents appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Harper announced he was stepping down as MP for the riding of Calgary Heritage in a statement and video posted to his social media channels. The post Stephen Harper ends speculation, resigns from House of Commons appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Former Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper said he was stepping down as member of parliament.