Justin Trudeau came to Alberta, and he packed some truth bombs in his carry-on luggage. Why he's right about Alberta's continued filibuster of federal climate targets, and why the UCP seems determined to keep getting in the way.
The New Democrat government pledged more homes for middle-class people in British Columbia and eviction protection for renters in a throne speech that promised affordability measures in this week's budget, with a provincial election set for this fall.
Canada's mental health and addictions minister believes fear and stigma are driving criticism of the government's decision to support prescribing pharmaceuticals to drug users to combat the country's overdose crisis.
Justin Trudeau's political comeback depends on things like inflation going down and the economy doing better. But none of that will matter if he can't get key members of his team to take their jobs — you know, politics — more seriously.
Bell Media's recent layoffs were a slap in the face to both journalists and the public they serve. Now, it's time for the federal government to start slapping back at Canada's corporate media conglomerates — hard.