Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks to attendees at the annual Calgary Conservative barbecue in Calgary, Saturday, July 9, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh If you went strictly by Stephen … The post We Want Back Into the West: Harper’s (probably) final speech as MP appeared first on Macleans.ca.
The four-time All-Star would like to see his teammates join him in the starting lineup for Tuesday's showcase in San Diego.
Bryce Harper was named a starter to the National League's team, and Daniel Murphy, Wilson Ramos and Stephen Strasburg are also in.
And so it ends, not with a bang, but a whimper. Late last week, in a secluded part of Centre Block, staff were seen packing up Stephen Harper’s Parliamentary office. Anyone wandering by could see the moving boxes and the packing tape, in plain view. Harper, the twenty-second Prime Minister of Canada, had cast his […]
And so it ends, not with a bang but a whimper. Unlike some folks, I don’t hate Stephen Harper. All of my five reasons are personal. When my Dad was dying, he phoned me and my Mom to talk about fathers. He did this despite the fact that Yours Truly had ripped him, on TV and […]
Leadership candidates and young partisans begin by both building on and repudiating Stephen Harper's legacy The post How to remake the Conservative Party? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
The Conservative Party of Canada: leaderless, powerless and – if they’re not careful – hopeless. They had their convention in Vancouver over the weekend, the Conservatives did. Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper spoke, resolutions were debated, leadership hopefuls pressed the flesh. Above it all, one question hovered, like an ominous fog: are we doomed? Can […]
As former prime minister Stephen Harper exits public life, Conservatives consider how he affected the country, the party, and its members The post What will Stephen Harper’s legacy be? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
As former PM Stephen Harper quits parliament, his legacy is more of a gift to Conservatives than to Canadians.
Bob Rae caught on video pretending to gag as PM praised Stephen Harper The post Rae finds Trudeau’s praise for Stephen Harper hard to swallow appeared first on Macleans.ca.
See if you can spot more subtle differences that marked Stephen Harper's near-decade as prime minister. The post Stephen Harper: Then and Now appeared first on Macleans.ca.
'This country is going to need a strong Conservative Party of Canada more than ever before' The post Transcript: What Stephen Harper said in his final farewell appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Address to Conservative convention included repeated nods to what will surely be Harper’s most lasting legacy: Party unity The post Stephen Harper’s exit: One last thanks to party faithful appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Stephen Harper gets a send-off at Conservative convention in Vancouver The post Harper hails Conservatives’ achievements, says best is yet to come appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Former colleagues and advisors talk about the former prime minister's place in Canadian history The post Looking back on Stephen Harper’s legacy appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Evan Solomon on the staying power of Stephen Harper’s early vision The post In search of a manifesto for the Conservative Party of Canada appeared first on Macleans.ca.
@stephenharper is resigning. #cdnpoli — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) May 25, 2016
Unbeaten Stephen Strasburg struck out 10, Daniel Murphy homered against his old team and Bryce Harper finally got a hit off shaky Matt Harvey as the Washington Nationals routed the New York Mets 9-1 on Thursday night.
OTTAWA — For almost a decade, Canada’s Conservative prime minister, Stephen Harper, consistently refused to march in the gay pride parades that are major summer events in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. Justin Trudeau, then an opposition politician of the Liberal Party, always made a point of turning out. This summer, he plans to attend the Montreal […]
Here's something we don't see enough of here on Techdirt: a long and dispiriting saga with a happy ending. Over the years, we've reported on how Canada's previous prime minister, Stephen Harper, tried to stifle dissenting voices among government scientists and librarians, all of whom were expected to self-censor, even outside their work. Show More Summary