An Ottawa physician who navigated the dangerous roads of Haiti on Friday, February 15, 2019, to get to the Port-au-Prince airport with three Canadian colleagues says he feel lucky to be alive and is warning others stranded in the strife-torn country not to follow his lead.
With a few swipes of his Sharpie, Donald Trump assuaged America's fears of another government shutdown on Friday, February 15, 2019, but not before declaring a national emergency at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it was former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould who asked him in the fall if he planned to tell her what to do in the prosecution of Quebec engineering giant SNC-Lavalin — a conversation, he says, that ended with him telling her any decision was hers alone.
On Friday, the leadership of Ontario's Cat Lake First Nation were at Queen's Park urging Premier Doug Ford and his government to step in and do what the federal government has failed to: provide emergency housing, medical assistance and fire teams.
Ontario basic income recipients are hung out to dry. A lawsuit to save the pilot program from the Ford government's chopping block has failed and the federal government won't step in. A class action suit is in the works but that will take time.
A sister company of Google has been secretly considering some ambitious plans to develop Toronto’s entire eastern waterfront, giving the technology giant new access to tax revenues and development fees that would otherwise go into public funds, National Observer has learned.