Today marks the two-year anniversary that Justin Trudeau got elected as the 23rd Prime Minister of Canada.
He’s delivered on many of his promises, but on the contrary, has failed to deliver to certain promises he made.
By: Hunter Crowther Canadian businesses are adjusting to Donald Trump’s announcement the United States will withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement once he takes office. In a video released Monday night, the president-elect shared his priorities for when he succeeds President Barack Obama on Jan. 20. He called the TPP “a potential disaster” for the United States.
Ali Amad and Morgan Gallagher Prime Minster Justin Trudeau marked Day 100 in office by announcing 35,000 additional summer jobs for students during a visit to a downtown Toronto youth club today. Trudeau committed an added $113 million for each of the next three years’ budgets for the Canada Summer Jobs program. This brings total
BY JASMINE KABATAY A social media initiative called “Am I Next?” is being brought on by Aboriginal women of Canada and is looking for one thing: getting Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s attention. At least 1,200 Aboriginal women are missing or have been murdered, according to a 2014 RCMP report. The aim is to get the
By Marlon Gomez Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister confirmed today that Canada will be providing humanitarian aid while keeping full control of their troops. Earlier last week Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced Canada would be sending troops to Iraq. The goal is to send military personnel from the Canadian Special Operations Regiment for 30 days, he
By Amber Daugherty Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s prime minister, cast his vote Tuesday in his country’s election that many are anticipating will return him to a third term in office. “We want Israel to succeed, we vote Likud-Beitenu,” Reuters reported the prime minister saying in reference to his political party. “The bigger it is, the more