Cameron: “I was right.” (Photo: Lee Davy) LONDON—The nation that voted to stand alone on June 23 is now having doubts. After England lost 2-1 to Iceland in the tournament of 16, many fear the UK may not be the juggernaut some proclaimed it to be.
Leaders not exactly as shown. For the first time since 2007, the so-called Three Amigos—the Canadian Prime Minister, the President of the United States of America, and the person in charge of Mexico—are back in Canada to make long speeches, shake the hands… Continue Reading
Image: DonkeyHotey (CC BY 2.0) Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Monday that the Canadian military prescence in Iraq and Syria will retreat from the Islamic State effective Feb. 22, 2016. Canada’s CF-18s will cease their highly effective bombing… Continue Reading
Photo: Heather (CC BY-2.0) Ryan Matheson, Chair of the Board of Governors at the University of Northern British Columbia, proudly describes the institution’s selection of James Moore as the ‘natural choice’ for the role of Chancellor. “[Mr. Moore was] twice… Continue Reading
Photo: Heather (flickr). A senior employee at Shared Services Canada has revealed that of all public servants who have their email hosted by SSC, only a fraction bothered to open the farewell message from outgoing Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Last week, Canada elected Justin Trudeau as the new Prime Minister. But this isn’t news to you unless you’ve been living under a rock. Or in the United States.
With their creation now soundly rejected by the Canadian public, the team behind the long-suspected Harperbot male simulant project are “owning up and calling it a day.”
Liberal Party leader and Prime Ministerial hopeful Justin Trudeau talks about his father, his popularity, and the weather.
Mr. Harper refused to attend.
Edward Hillman, 38, is a Veteran of the Iraqi War. He was deployed overseas seven years ago and was hit with an Improvised Explosive Device that blew off his left leg. Since then, he has been trying to get financial assistance