If anything, the announcement of several hundred fewer troops to be deployed... somewhere... was both an admission that there are no viable peacekeeping operations to join in this world today, and an acknowledgement that Trudeau has no plans to reboot Canada's peacekeeping operations. Morereadcommentsvideo
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is under strong domestic pressure and drenched in scandal, and nothing distracts more effectively than a war against a despised enemy. Hezbollah fits that bill perfectly.
Opinion It's simply not practical to expect employers to properly handle workplace harassment disputes
Employees would be far better served with the tightening of human rights and occupational health and safety legislation, and by creating a more efficient route to have complaints heard by regulatory bodies.
Make no mistake: what's happening in the cases of Taquisha McKitty and Shalom Ouanounou is that two hospitals are providing inappropriate machine ventilation to people who have tragically – yet irreversibly – lost all brain function and died.
The government claims it has ended the use of improper omnibus bills, though it's still sort of writing them. It says it has successfully promoted free votes among its MPs, except it just punished one of them for voting against the government's tax reform proposals.
Opinion For Trump and his supporters, the phrase 'fake news' is their most potent weapon: Neil Macdonald
In the bumper-sticker realm of Trump Nation, it's the etymological equivalent of a Bushmaster with a bump stock; turn it on your enemy and spray.
The hall of fame will welcome its newest inductees Monday, but notably absent again this year is the humble inventor of the famous ice-resurfacing machine that bears his name.
The sight of thousands of decorated veterans marching in protest and in unison to Parliament Hill would surely be too difficult to ignore.
Newfoundland and Labrador has just two providers of surgical abortion. Full cost coverage from the government for the abortion pill would transform access to abortion services in rural and remote areas of the province.
He pitched in ugly uniforms, to middling crowds, in a cold, concrete mausoleum, in a city the American media had long ago dismissed as a "hockey town." Ever-patient Blue Jays fans couldn't always rely on a lot, but they could rely on excellence every fifth day.
We need to close the unethical loopholes that plague our federal cabinet. With that should come a fully independent, fully empowered, accountable and strong ethics commissioner who is capable of enforcing the rules and penalizing all violators.
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