Erin O’Toole may regret lavishing as much praise as he did on Alberta Premier Jason Kenney 11 months ago for his government’s pandemic-management skills.
Canadians who are tired of the Trudeau government and wish to bring sanity back to Ottawa have one option come Monday, that’s to vote for Erin O’Toole and the Conservatives.
Justin Trudeau could never satisfactorily explain why he called the election in the first place. The opposition parties could never satisfactorily explain why the governing Liberals should be replaced.
The election call, seen as perhaps no more than a nuisance by most Canadians, seems to have acted as a catalyst driving social cohesion over a cliff and a significant portion of the country to anger.
There’s no clear reason for Canada not being part of a new defence and intelligence alliance by our three closest allies — the U.S., U.K. and Australia — as a check on China’s power.
Should Quebec’s laws and practices be out of bounds for criticism, whether inside the province or in the rest of the country? No, they shouldn’t.
Ontario reported nearly 600 new COVID-19 cases and five more deaths on Wednesday as the number of coronavirus tests processed hit a high not seen in over three months.
When students return to classrooms at the Toronto Catholic District School Board in about two weeks, they will experience what Kimberly Dixon describes as “just-in-time learning.”
A new study suggests Ontario residents between the ages of 55 and 64 are most involved in spreading misinformation about COVID-19 on social media.