Prime Minister Justin Trudeau just made life more expensive for dedicated users of public transit in Toronto in a move which, according to his own logic, flies in the face of fighting climate change.
The federal government has earmarked funding for the creation of 25 new Canada 150 Research Chairs, positions targeting top international scholars and researchers. It's a signal that Canada is serious about recruiting top scholars from all corners of the globe at a time when many nations are turning inwards.
Still more than a year away from the next election, the Ontario Liberals are blasting wildly away at Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown. Monday, they hit themselves instead.
This is what the federal Liberals' once vaunted democratic reform file has come to: MPs squabbling and swearing over whether the House of Commons should start work at 9 a.m. or 10. Whether the prime minister should answer questions in the House just once a week for a longer period, or more often but in shorter bursts. Whether the House should sit a
The latest poll that shows Premier Kathleen Wynne with a pitiful 12 per cent support would seem to prove Abraham Lincoln's famous line that you can only fool people some of the time.
Canadians could have joined together and roundly condemn all forms of racism and discrimination.
Nearly half a century after he stood in the Supreme Court of Canada and made history for aboriginal people, Tom Berger rose again in the august chamber.
Hate for the plan to kill the federal tax credit for monthly transit passes made unlikely allies when the Liberals' budget came out last week.
Conventional wisdom in advertising says steer clear of politics. But at the Super Bowl, the Holy Grail of advertising, brands broke the rules.
Is a mandatory victim surcharge "cruel and unusual punishment?" And might we tolerate it anyhow?
Ontario Power Generation's latest report on its proposed nuclear waste chamber near Lake Huron focuses on science, which leaves a lot of issues unaddressed.
When a police officer is accused of killing a guy in the course of arresting him, seeing authority figures plead for understanding over their self-interested application of technicalities does not inspire faith.
When a government picks a slogan, you never hear the end of it.
It is, for better or worse, a document Donald Trump can live with.
There’s no way to tell, right now, if measures to bring fairness to Barrie’s private transportation industry will work.
The recent article on population growth (or urban sprawl) raises important questions about planning, policy formation and public participation.
Some strategies are brilliant; others are dim-witted.
At first blush, the World Happiness Report, released on Monday, would appear to be a frivolous document, but it's quite important. Its content is not so much about the ranking of nations as how and why they are ranked, and what exactly makes their citizens happy.
Criminals -- or alleged criminals -- are walking free thanks to a Supreme Court of Canada ruling last summer that placed hard limits on how long trials are allowed to take.