Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was courageous to talk to Canadians face-to-face in a manner that respected their intelligence. Most of the population favours a middle-of-the-road approach and that is what he is attempting to deliver, writes Sen. Colin Kenny. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
In my view, the conduct of all three commissioners over the past decade has been unconscionable. Their actions have shielded literally hundreds of alleged wrongdoers from any real scrutiny, and abandoned countless truth-tellers to their fate: vicious, life-changing reprisals orchestrated by the wrongdoers.
NATO-Russia relations have certainly changed significantly during the last 15 years. It is difficult to envision meaningful cooperation being restored any time soon. Yet there is another unpredictable variable here, and that is U.S. President Donald Trump, pictured campaigning in the U.S. presidential election.
Despite high service costs, Canada is slipping in the global race to adopt new technologies.
There are opportunities to rework a national food policy to tackle head on some of the domestic sustainability challenges in Canada’s agricultural sector.
The final report of the Finance Minister’s Advisory Council on Economic Growth, which was released Feb. 6, highlighted agriculture as one of four economic sectors capable of helping raise incomes and create jobs across the country.