Nav Canada seeks minorities to fill air traffic controller jobs

It’s a new era in Canada. It’s the era of the quota filler. You know what that means. No longer do Canadian jobs, especially Canadian government jobs, go to the best person... Read more »

Sports and Gender in the new Budget

The federal budget that was released on Tuesday included many measures in an attempt to close policy gaps between women and men and act on the results of a never before done... Read more »

India Angered over Justin Trudeau’s Defense of Unnamed Official

On Wednesday the Indian government made it clear that they were very upset about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s defense of his official who said that their recent visit to India was sabotaged... Read more »

Trump threatens Canada’s weakest negotiating link: Justin Trudeau

Justin Trudeau has no experience negotiating, which could prove to be costly for the Canadian economy. President Donald Trump threatened to increase tariffs on steel which, if included Canada, could hurt or... Read more »

Conservative Catholicism in Canadian Politics

Politics in Canada is proving to be a great place for Roman Catholics these days. While there have been leading Catholic politicians for years, and at times it could be hard to... Read more »

B.C. Liberal membership chair and former mayor faces sex assault charges

BURNS LAKE, B.C. — The former mayor of Burns Lake, B.C., and membership chair of the provincial Liberal party has been charged with numerous counts of sexual assault and related offences. RCMP... Read more »

Canada – Gas and Oil Spending to Fall This Year

According to Statistics Canada, spending to extract gas and oil will fall this year in Canada, for the fourth straight year. The federal agency released data from a survey of investment intentions... Read more »

Morneau Doesn’t Believe in Saving

Now that people have had a couple of days to look over Morneau’s new budget, people are questioning why Morneau didn’t focus more on balancing the budget, why so much new spending... Read more »

New Ipsos poll shows Trudeau would lose election if held today

Thanks to Justin Trudeau’s disastrous trip to India, the conservative government would win the federal election if held today. A new Ipsos poll by Global News said that only 33 per cent... Read more »

Millions to manage asylum seekers doesn’t mean new influx: Liberals

OTTAWA — The $173 million set aside in this week’s federal budget to respond to people illegally crossing into Canada from the U.S. to seek asylum shouldn’t be interpreted as officials predicting... Read more »