- Wolff: “In every way comfortable” with Trump book
- The Sprout: Former grand chief files bread price class action
- How Quebecor sells Islamophobia
- Unemployment drops to lowest rate in more than 40 years
- Morning Brief: Explosions and Expulsions
- Bannon-Trump-crap cartoon
- What it would take to make ‘Canada is back’ mean something
- Sen. Lynn Beyak bounced from Conservative caucus
- Hartt remembered as Mulroney’s ‘irrepressible’ outsider
- Evening Brief: Fire, fury and first columns of 2018
Posted: 05 Jan 2018 08:16 AM PST
WASHINGTON – He’s a provocateur who’s said to love a brawl and once bemoaned the glare of the spotlight – and the bigger disappointment of watching it move on. Obscurity is a threat to Michael Wolff no longer. His incendiary new book on President Donald Trump is drawn from what he said was regular access […]
Posted: 05 Jan 2018 08:04 AM PST
Good morning and welcome to the Sprout, where your host can’t get over how much space she’s regained in her living room since she took her Christmas decorations down last night. (Nor can the cat.) Here is today’s agriculture news. The Lead The former grand chief of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, Derek Nepinak, has […]
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Posted: 05 Jan 2018 07:32 AM PST
On December 12, the French language news channel TVA reported that the administrators of two Montreal mosques had barred women from the construction site outside their doors. According to the story, a clause in the contract "written in black and white" effectively banished five women from the site during Friday prayers. One woman worker who […]
Posted: 05 Jan 2018 05:39 AM PST
OTTAWA – The unemployment rate fell to its lowest level in more than 40 years as Canada closed out a calendar year that saw it produce jobs at a pace not seen since 2002. Statistics Canada reported Friday that the unemployment rate dropped to 5.7 per cent in December, down from 5.9 per cent the […]
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Posted: 05 Jan 2018 02:00 AM PST
Justin Trudeau is fond of proclaiming that "Canada is back" — a statement that evokes a vague, nostalgic yearning to recreate a once-proud international reputation. In a way, it’s rather like Donald's Trump's equally vague vow to "make America Great Again"; neither leader seems capable of explaining what the slogans mean, but both like the […]
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Posted: 04 Jan 2018 07:38 PM PST
Controversial Senator Lynn Beyak, who once suggested Indigenous Canadians should give up their status cards and become Canadian citizens, has been removed from the party’s caucus because of “racist” letters she posted to her Senate website. “Promoting this comment is offensive and unacceptable for a Conservative Parliamentarian. To suggest that Indigenous Canadians are lazy compared […]
Posted: 04 Jan 2018 07:00 PM PST
Stanley Hartt came to Canada's public service as an outsider with an "irrepressible mind" for ideas and the complete confidence of Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, making him a key player in reforming the tax system, negotiating the free trade agreement and introducing the unpopular GST. The well-connected lawyer and veteran Bay Street deal maker came […]
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Posted: 04 Jan 2018 02:05 PM PST
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