In the wake of the Senate Scandal, pundits from all corners of the Canadian media have been taking breaks from their discussions about Mike Duffy, Nigel Wright, and the mysterious $90,000 cheque in order to ask a bigger question: will Stephen Harper...
Last Sunday, an original comedy series about the inner workings of the Canadian government premiered on the CBC. Are you excited yet? No? Well, that's OK, and we'll tell you why.
In 2012, the Conservative government introduced legislation that allowed employers to pay foreign workers 15% less than their Canadian counterparts, paving the way for their full-scale exploitation.
The new treaty will allow Chinese investors to sue over decisions made by the Canadian government, since they have so much dough invested in our fair country.
REAL Women "speaks for women who support the values of traditional marriage... We see the fragmentation of the family as one of the major causes of disorder in society today." In other words, they don't like it when gay folks get married.
While you were staring at your Twitter feed and thinking about why everyone cares so much about the Royal Baby, new data came out that revealed how massively ineffective the Conservative government's expensive advertising campaigns really are.
On Tuesday, Canadian gay and lesbian news site Xtra revealed that one of the scantily clad women who appear on Page three of every issue published by the newspaper chain Sun Media was actually Amelia Maltepe, a transsexual model from Toronto by way of...
That's a problematic stance for about 100 reasons.
Despite losing billions of dollars under their couch, the Conservatives are pointing their finger of accountability at the CBC and compromising its independence.
A private pharmaceutical company and the Canadian government are playing the blame game in which the real losers are the patients.
But they accidentally drove into Canada before they could.
A homophobic, Christian group of TV producers got over half a million dollars from the Canadian government to help out in Uganda—a place where homosexuals may soon face the death penalty.