To ensure that a new NAFTA can build upon the success of its predecessor, and railways can continue to operate and grow in concert with the demands of the North American economy, negotiators should recognize the role that railways play in facilitating trade.
There is no reason that the federal government could not have implemented the recommendations made by veteran stakeholders and ministerial advisory groups who have been advocating specific proposals for a number of years to address self-evident gaps and inequities in the New Veterans Charter.
Rosaleen Dickson's engagement in community life reached well beyond the pages of the newspaper she edited. She managed a local hockey team, started a Brownies pack and taught children how to square dance on horseback. Yes, you read that right.
It doesn’t make sense to tax a food, especially in Canada, that is highly nutritious and where the intended environmental benefits may be minimal or even non-existent, writes Tom Lynch-Staunton.
Canada is on-track to be the benchmark for recreational, adult-use legislation and policy. That’s an exciting prospect for those of us in the cannabis “think-tank” space, and one for all Canadians.
Work at the minimum wage and the low end of spectrum is becoming more precarious. The developing precariat, the modern day proletariat, are not just our kids in university, they are our neighbours, our siblings, our spouses—they are us.
Short of a change in the relationship between the Conservatives and female voters, millennials, and/or Quebecers, Scheer could continue to hit his head on a ceiling that limits his party's support to one in three votes.
Why has Russia given the green light for the Turkish invasion? Because Vladimir Putin senses an opportunity to prise Turkey out of NATO and make it a Russian ally.
There are other men who are about to be exposed. Count on it. The media have been on their trail for many weeks. Once it gets through the editors, other men will be going down.
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