Month: July 2019

Alberta Launches Inquiry Into Foreign-Funded Environmental Groups

CALGARY — The Alberta government will hold a public inquiry into environmental groups that it says have been bankrolled by

Ontario Fires Peter Fenwick Over Ties To Dean French

TORONTO — A senior Ontario bureaucrat was fired Thursday as a report emerged that he had ties to Premier Doug

Trudeau Says Canada Is Not 'Naive' And Its Allies Can Be Relied On

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday that U.S. President Donald Trump made good on his pledge to raise

Canada's Airlines, Airports Among World's Worst For Delays, And It Could Soon Get Worse

This story is the first of HuffPost Canada’s UNFRIENDLY SKIES, a three-part series that looks at the impact of rapid

Mike Schreiner, Ontario's Only Green MPP, Kicks Off Province-Wide Tour

When asked what the Ford government could be doing better on environmental policy, Mike Schreiner starts laughing.  “Well first of

Special Prosecutor Will Assist With Investigation Into Alberta Premier Jason Kenney's United Conservative Leadership Win

EDMONTON — The Alberta government says a special out-of-province prosecutor will assist in a criminal fraud investigation into the United

There Is No Such Thing As A 'Canadian' Genocide

Genocide is a crime that belongs at the helm of international law, not in domestic law. The National Inquiry into

Canadians’ Pot Use Skyrocketed, And That Was Before Legalization: Report

The United Nations’ latest world drug report shows more Canadians started using cannabis each year in the lead-up to the

'Unplanned' Anti-Abortion Movie Will Come To Canada, But Only Briefly

After a struggle to find distribution, the anti-abortion movie “Unplanned” will in fact be screened in mainstream Canadian movie theatres