The agency denied seeking policy advice from former Prime Minister Stephen Harper at a meeting arranged by a top Comcast lobbyist over text messages.
Harper and Daniel Murphy each had a hit each, while Stephen Strasburg did not pitch in the game.
Andrew MacDougall on the ethics ruling against his former colleague in Stephen Harper's PMO over the Mike Duffy affair The post Why the ethics commissioner did wrong by Nigel Wright appeared first on Macleans.ca.
…really well done. But Star Trek is still way better than Star Wars. Stephen Harper’s apprentices? These are not the leaders you are looking for. #Maythe4thBeWithYou #cpcldr #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/rX84SicXS1 — Liberal Party (@liberal_party) May 4, 2017
A new role at Silicon Valley's 8VC connects him to everyone from Leonardo DiCaprio and the Desmarais to Jared Kushner and Jay-Z. Let's play Three Degrees of Stephen Harper The post Stephen Harper goes to Silicon Valley appeared first on Macleans.ca.
I don’t know how many mainstream news outlets covered it, but I wanted to note that Alykhan Velshi – the Conservative genius who worked for both Stephen Harper and Jason Kenney on their party’s (now apparently discarded) efforts to reach out to minority communities – has been named Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown’s Chief of Staff. It […]
Spring 2009: the tulips were blooming, the birds were chirping, and Ottawa was buzzing about the prospects of Prime Minister Michael Ignatieff. The polls looked good. The pundits were saying nice things. Stephen Harper’s regime was slipping. Liberals were accordingly feeling optimistic, so they threw a little party. Staff moved the long tables out of […]
The ridings that will hold byelections include those formally held by Stephen Harper, Jason Kenney, and Stephane Dion The post Five federal byelections to be held April 3 appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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…)