Investment, women’s rights expected to be key points of Trudeau speech at WEF

DAVOS, Switzerland — Investing in Canada and women’s rights are expected to be central themes of a speech by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday at the World Economic Forum in Davos,... Read more »

Man convicted of criminal harassment in Creep Catcher case gets probation, fine

RED DEER, Alta. — An Alberta man convicted of criminal harassment for his involvement in a Creep Catchers sting has been fined $1,500 and must spend a year on probation. Carl Young,... Read more »

Trudeau arrives at Davos to pitch investment opportunities in Canada

ZURICH — Justin Trudeau arrived in Switzerland on Monday to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, where he will try to persuade the world’s richest to invest in Canada and uphold... Read more »

Kingston, Ont., woman, 42, charged after being found naked in stranger’s bathtub

KINGSTON, Ont. — Police say a woman is facing charges after she was found lounging naked in a stranger’s bathtub in Kingston, Ont. They say that when the complainant arrived home on... Read more »

Trudeau plans US tour amid NAFTA tensions

The governments of Mexico, USA, and Canada are in a tense situation regarding NAFTA talks. USA is demanding a lot from Canada and Mexico, but Mexico is openly hostile to most of... Read more »

Health Minister spending $100,000 Twitter account must be stopped

The wasteful spending must be stopped. It is always important for government agencies to have an outreach program, but sometimes the cost of the said programs can be too much. When Health... Read more »

Ontario minimum wage hike trickles up to higher earners, over to other provinces

Nick Cluley and his wife, who have always paid their Coffee Public employees more than minimum wage, have boosted everyone’s pay by $1.25 an hour since Jan. 1 — not just those... Read more »

Justin Trudeau to push middle class interests as he heads to Davos

OTTAWA — After spending the past two weeks criss-crossing the country to speak with ordinary Canadians in town hall meetings, Justin Trudeau is heading to Switzerland where he’ll rub elbows with the... Read more »

NAFTA at risk as ministers attend prolonged round

The governments of Mexico, USA, and Canada are trying to forge a new North American Free Trade Agreement, and the process is not going smoothly. Talks are already longer than they usually... Read more »

Women’s marches planned for Canadian cities today, a year after Trump inauguration

Dozens of communities across Canada will host women’s marches today, a year after the historic rallies that coincided with Donald Trump’s inauguration as U.S. president. Organizers say they feel a sense of... Read more »