The Prime Minister would be wise to establish a Special Cabinet Committee to deal with Canada’s involvement in Iraq.
Canada is being sold down polluted rivers by a man in a bubble.
The violence we see from ISIL simply has no place in the modern world.
Transport Canada will in the next few weeks respond to the Transportation Safety Board report into the tragic accident in Lac-Mégantic.
Joe Oliver should think hard about what he really plans is best for Canada in the 2015 budget.
When it comes to military procurement, a transparent process that gets the best value for Canadians’ dollars has become the exception, rather than the rule.
To make sure that high-paying and highly-skilled jobs are created in Canada, our procurements will now have a rated and weighted value proposition.
Canada has no legally enforceable national drinking water standards. The numbers of fish consumption advisories are also on the rise. Fish and other aquatic life are the embodiment of the health of our rivers and lakes.
At the Canada 2020 policy conference, panellists talked about how the new normal will be a world populated by sophisticated terrorist organizations creating havoc militarily, but also wreaking a humanitarian toll with increased numbers of refugees looking for safety.
CETA’s domestic regulation chapter would be more aptly called, ‘Gifts for the Oil and Gas Industry.’
The unusual step of a government overriding the RCMP’s fashion faux pas has nothing to do with protecting the fur industry and everything to do with capitalizing on the current trend of bashing so-called animal rights activists.
History will not forgive, if Western leaders fail to stand up to terror. Our values, rather than those of a bully must prevail.
Recent court cases are a wake-up call for politicians. When it comes to decisions that could irrevocably affect them, the days of running roughshod over First Nations are over.
Canada’s new legislation must guarantee sex workers’ human rights to safe working conditions, to barrier-free access to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services and information, and to live without fear of violence, stigma, or discrimination.
For the Liberals, what happened in New Brunswick shows that campaigns matter.
NDP MPs on Wednesday morning at the corner of Metcalfe and Wellington streets outside the Langevin Block, where the prime minister has an office, across the street from Parliament Hill. They include Rosane Doré Lefebvre, far left, Hélène Laverdière, second from right, and Charlie Angus, far right.
NDP MP Charlie Angus and other MPs wait in front of the prime minister's office at Langevin Block, after leaving the Hill on Wednesday morning.
Ottawa Police cars on Wellington Street in front of the Hill on the morning of the attack.
RCMP officers on Sparks Street between Elgin and Metcalfe streets on Wednesday morning. Surroundings buildings were locked down and later evacuated.
Reporters and camera crews are pushed back to the corner of Sparks and Metcalfe streets.