I think it’s been a few months since we went department hopping, so let’s go there right now.
The president of the United States is very powerful. The so-called leader of the free world has a lot of influence and a great deal of leeway in deciding what to say and do. Donald Trump is exercising this freedom to the max.
All the talk of special prosecutors and the like will not bring the man to book. No amount of dysfunction in the White House will make it stop until early 2019 at best, even though a great deal of damage will have been done by then.
It's no surprise most of Quebec's largely nationalist political class kept its distance from France's defeated far-right presidential candidate.
Here's how one of the cable-news experts last week described the job of observing the White House fumbling to explain the FBI director firing.
This month, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker delivered a speech at the annual state of the union conference in Florence's Palazzo Vecchio. The theme of the gathering was "Building a People's Europe."
Being known as an authority on the vagaries of the fashion industry and expert on the latest trends can be a demanding, but rewarding pastime for someone with the body of a Greek god and an inexhaustible supply of cash to afford a wardrobe even the wealthiest Hollywood stars envy.
Over the weekend North Korea conducted its most successful missile test to date. This is a threat not just to the region and the United States, but Canada as well.
It’s been a tough few months for the 145 members of Barrie’s Woodworkers Club.
What does food security mean to you?
Leaving band practice last Thursday evening, I heard our guitarist Rich tell our singer Tara that he was going to be taking cooking classes with his mom.
Due to my strong concern for the environment, not to mention a decade- plus of heavy Green Party involvement, people often think me a tree-hugger.
April, where’d you go?
Seventy-two years ago this Friday, on May 5, 1945, Hitler’s fascist dream of a “Thousand Year Reich” lay in ruins, as Berlin fell to the Red Army, only to find the ashes of the “Fuhrer” who had shot himself five days earlier.
Harjit Sajjan, the minister of National Defence, needs to resign from his post over what he is now calling his “mistake” taking credit for planning a major campaign against the Taliban when he was serving in Afghanistan in the mid-2000s.
Back in the day -- the year was 2016, but it seems like a generation ago -- critics from the Canadian alt-right said I paid too much attention to Donald Trump in the U.S. election.
Premier Kathleen Wynne's activist agenda includes public prescription-drug coverage for Ontarians under 25, a Big Shiny Thing over which she'll be happy to fight the 2018 election.
This week, Sen. Peter Harder, embarked on a herculean political mission aimed at helping get Canada's Senate working the way the government wants it to. Which is to say, passing Liberal legislation.
You have to wonder how much of our money Premier Kathleen Wynne is willing to spend to win re-election next year.