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.
Our editorial: If the U.S. Republican Party is to survive Donald Trump, it should look to the reinvention of Canadian conservatism after 1993 The post What the Republicans can learn from Stephen Harper appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Without an accurate census, it's virtually impossible to make good national policy, which is why so many countries make census participation mandatory (when former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen "Dumpster Fire" Harper made the long-form...Show More Summary
One year after Stephen Harper called an election that swept the Liberals to power, a look at what we've learned The post A year after federal election call, Canada bucks a global trend appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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.