It has been decades since Canadians were offered a Throne Speech that promises so much conflict, and that places the country’s finances so much at risk. To save its political skin, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal
Today is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, an anniversary to mark the 1989 murders of 14 young women in Montreal who were killed because of their gender at École Polytechnique.
On Tuesday, a group of world leaders gathered at a reception at Buckingham Palace. Unaware they were being filmed, they appeared to discuss the elephant in the room. “I just watched his team’s jaws drop
What a difference four years makes. In 2015, the telegenic son of former prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau strode into office to international acclaim, a practical liberal promising “sunny ways” in
Ted Clugston remembers the first time he saw his father cry. Decades later, the mayor of Medicine Hat, Alberta, still nurses a grudge for the man he holds responsible: then-Prime Minister Pierre Elliott
The day after Justin Trudeau won re-election, Larry Kitz – a farmer in the western province of Alberta – went online and donated money to a political party with one central goal: separating from Canada.
Editor’s note: This is the Politics Briefing newsletter for Monday, Nov. 25. You may have earlier received Friday’s newsletter in your inbox in error. The Liberal government is in court today for a case
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau formed his new minority government this week. The question now is, what kind of minority government will it be? Some, such as the two Liberal minorities led by Lester Pearson
Lori Turnbull is the director of the School of Public Administration at Dalhousie University and the deputy editor of Canadian Government Executive magazine. On Wednesday, Canadians learned the names portfolios