In setting Mike Duffy free, the judge used his incendiary decision to rebuke Harper's inner circle—and give Canadians a lesson in the justice system The post An acquittal for Duffy, an obliteration for Stephen Harper’s PMO appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Derryl Murphy writes, "Former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper gave Canada Post CEO Deepak Chopra (I know) a new contract a month before the election when he still had time on his contract, and Chopra's working hard to pillage the postal system in Canada. So I did this up for a little fun, but the word needs to get out there." (more…)
Despite Justin Trudeau’s best efforts, the vision of Canada championed by Stephen Harper is alive and well The post Harper’s vision of Canada lives. Just ask Brad Wall’s voters. appeared first on Macleans.ca.
A trio of former Tory backbenchers are plotting to win provincial power. First up? Manitoba’s Brian Pallister. The post Stephen Harper’s last heroes take aim at provincial power appeared first on Macleans.ca.
I understand Harper nostalgia in light of Trudeau's election. But we have to face the facts about Harper.
Wisely, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau resisted the temptation at the Paris climate summit in December to double down on Stephen Harper’s 2030 target for Canadian carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. While future emissions promises are easily made, effective climate policy is devilishly difficult. read more
'It’s me sitting here as Prime Minister of Canada, not Stephen Harper.' The post Justin Trudeau takes Ottawa’s debates to Washington appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Canadians have no illusion that they will stop being America’s puppet, but they are still thrilled with Justin Trudeau because he isn’t Stephen Harper.
The strained relationship between Canada and the U.S. over the last decade was in no small part due to disagreement over the fate of the Keystone XL pipeline. Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper was a staunch supporter of what he called the “no-brainer” project. Show More Summary
Sara MacIntyre, a former Stephen Harper press secretary, lays down her controversial blueprint for a modern Conservative The post What should a Conservative look like in 2016? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Stephen Shugerman / Getty Images Once there was a time when I hought about Harper Lee like a reader. Like millions of adolescents in America and around the world, To Kill a Mockingbird was a required high school ext—for ninth grade, in my case. Show More Summary
Now that the price of oil has tanked, it's painfully clear how deep a hole Stephen Harper has drilled for Canada.
PS: Stephen Harper also said it, July 1, 2006.
In 2014, the Conservative Stephen Harper government signed a controversial $15 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia. Two years on, Justin Trudeau and the Liberals are in charge, but have so far refused to cancel the contract. Now, observers suggest that the issue might be the first real test of Trudeau's foreign policy mettle.
Arrow is head first into the second half of season 4. So much has changed, and characters of the past keep popping up, but also at least one major character has been killed. Reports have already confirmed that Roy Harper will be return to Star City, but Arrow fans have yet to understand just why... Show More Summary
Former PM Stephen Harper prioritized religious and ethnic minorities The post Conservatives cherry picked certain Syrian refugee files: documents appeared first on Macleans.ca.
This article was first published on Reason.com. Justin Trudeau, the Liberal prime minister who won last October's elections in Canada against the Conservative Stephen Harper, who was seeking a third term, ran in part on a promise toShow More Summary
With slogans like "Canada is back", the Liberals have had one message since they were elected: Nothing that happened under Stephen Harper was legitimate; that wasn’t the "real" Canada.
On Monday, Phillip Nolan, teacher and former bandmate of Canadian ex-prime minister Stephen Harper, was sentenced to two years in prison for two counts of “sexual interference” with a 13-year-old girl. Read more...