Month: October 2019

Justin Trudeau Won’t Say If He Asked Barack Obama To Endorse His Campaign

TROIS-RIVIÈRES, Que. — Justin Trudeau isn’t saying whether the Liberal leader’s team asked former U.S. president Barack Obama to endorse

Global Economy's Outlook Darkens As China's Growth Sinks To 26-Year Low

BEIJING ― China’s economic growth sank to a 26-year low in the latest quarter amid pressure from a trade war

Alberta Convoy Plans To Protest Climate Rally With Greta Thunberg

EDMONTON — A group of Alberta oil and gas supporters is planning a counter-rally Friday as Swedish teen activist Greta

In Vancouver Granville, Jody Wilson-Raybould Is On Cusp Of Beating The Party That Ejected Her

In July, before candidates were chosen for most of the major parties, Vancouver Granville resident David Leverton said he didn’t

Liberal Minority Would Test Singh’s Commitment To Electoral Reform

WHITBY, Ont. — Should the Liberals form a minority government Monday, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh will have to decide whether

Alberta Teen Convicted In Highway Shooting Of German Tourist

CALGARY — A youth has been found guilty of shooting a German tourist in the head on a highway west

Ontario Line Subway Supported By Toronto As Province Drops TTC Takeover

TORONTO — Ontario has dropped its bid to take control of Toronto’s subway system, the province announced Wednesday as city staff

Trudeau Thinks Conservatives Are Running One Of The 'Dirtiest' And 'Nastiest' Campaigns

MONTREAL — The Conservatives are running one of the dirtiest, nastiest election campaigns Canadians have ever seen, Justin Trudeau said

Bloc Leader Turns Up Heat On Rivals As His Party Surges In Quebec

LEVIS, Que. — A confident Yves-François Blanchet brought his Bloc Quebecois campaign to the Quebec City area Tuesday, hoping his party’s

Cannabis Creating ‘Micro-Booms’ In Canada’s Housing Markets: Report

MONTREAL ― The recreational cannabis industry has been very good to some small cities in Canada, which are experiencing a