"Poverty is not only the deprivation of economic or material resources, but a violation of human dignity."
It's hardly the first time relations between Canada and the United States have been tense. There was, for instance, that time when folks north of the border burned down the White House.
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.
As the Brooklyn streets went dark and flooded with water, pummelled by the onslaught of Hurricane Sandy, Lizbeth Lucero watched her mother pace the apartment and pray.
Since the debut of a popular Netflix series centred on a teen suicide, parents face an obvious dilemma: Should I watch this with my kids?
For many Canadians, our publicly funded health-care system is a part of our national identity. In 2014, a study of 7,000 Americans and Canadians found that while Americans are deeply divided about the principles that should govern the provision of health care, Canadians are far more united.
If you believe Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s claim that through her sound fiscal management she has balanced the province’s books and can now spend more on public services, I have a bridge in Brooklyn I’d like to sell you.
Why do the media persist in prolonging the myth that Justin Trudeau -- or for that matter any prime minister going back to Brian Mulroney -- has a workable, coherent plan to reduce industrial greenhouse gas emissions linked to climate change?
Normally I'd have a smidgen of sympathy for someone suggesting we stop swooning over our prime minister.
While Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raises taxes in Canada, U.S. President Donald Trump Wednesday proposed the largest tax cuts for Americans in a generation.
In his victory speech on Sunday night, Emmanuel Macron, the next president of France, said: "I want to become . . . the president of the patriots in the face of the threat from the nationalists."
A funny thing has happened over the past 12 months since Maxime Bernier announced his candidacy for the Conservative leadership.
Following a season of political upheaval in the United States, there could be even greater ripples in Europe over the next five months. General elections are scheduled for Germany and France, while a surprise election will be held in June for Britain. The outcomes will be as significant as last November's presidential election in the U.S.
Since the introduction of the NCLEX testing in 2015 the Canadian pass rate has decreased; as a ...
There's nothing novel about a bunch of politicos getting together at a bar to complain about their own party. Yet we're supposed to think Scott Gilmore's New Conservative movement is something different.
Hamilton, Lindsay and Thunder Bay will be the three trial sites for Ontario's experiment with a universal basic income, Premier Kathleen Wynne announced Monday morning, competing with New Democratic Party Leader Andrea Horwath's promise of a new provincial drug-insurance program if her party wins the next election.
In the 1970s, a friend's business was felled by a number of government-related actions.
It turns out that Canadian history is a lot more complicated than what we learned in school, as we see in the early commemorations of the 150th anniversary of Confederation.