Things have improved, he said. Chiefly due to provincial legislative changes such as graduated licensing, programs for young drivers, zero blood-alcohol content for drivers until age 21, and enhanced administrative licence suspension.
It’s easy to be cynical about spending on public infrastructure. If it’s not driven by crude pork-barrel politics, it’s being wasted on overpriced boondoggles, and too often — military procurement is a good example — it’s both.
Of all the things about Justin Trudeau that grate on non-Liberals, a big one is his “speech disfluency” — the habit of interlacing sentences with large numbers of “uhs” and “ums.” “It’s how we tell when he’s gone off script,” one Conservative MP told the National Post.
Michael Zekulin is an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Calgary. For the third time in a year and a half, France has suffered a major terrorist attack.
Note: to view additional photos, click the photo under Image Gallery. Ottawa, Ontario — On July 14, 2016, Lieutenant-General Paul Wynnyk officially stepped into the role of Commander of the Canadian Army (CCA).
Over all, the Canadian Armed Forces are working to “extend the fleet to 2025” as part of a series of upgrades, said the document, which was also provided to The Globe and Mail. As he announced a two-month-long consultation with the defence industry last week, Mr.
I write this column in the shadow of Canada Day, a time when politicians like me remind Canadians that we live in the greatest country in the world. Our country is great because Canada provides tremendous freedom and opportunity for people to grow pursue their dreams.
Is Russia Vulnerable?The White House has described Russia’s action in Syria as motivated by ‘weakness’Russia’s intervention in Syria caught the world by surprise. Moscow gave Washington just one hour’s notice before it began its aerial bombardment.
—Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) refurbishment of its Darlington Nuclear Generating Station is expected to boost Ontario’s nominal gross domestic product (GDP) by a total of $14.9 billion from 2010 to 2026.