On Jan. 15, the Conservative Party of Canada announced a strategy to double the amount of researchers and students coming from abroad. The program centers around $5 million per year in funding primarily going toward branding and marketing.
After more than five years of being thwarted by opposition parties, Stephen Harper will finally get his chance to reshape Canada's justice system to become meaner, more bloated and less effective.
The political makeup of Saskatchewan's federal representation remained unchanged after an election that saw unprecedented change elsewhere in the country.
The federal election results are in, giving the Conservatives a majority in Parliament.
Brad Trost, incumbent for Saskatoon-Humboldt, spoke at an all-party election forum at the University of Saskatchewan following controversial remarks he made to a pro-life group that was leaked to media.
Brad Trost, the MP for Saskatoon-Humboldt addressed the Saskatchewan Pro-Life Association's annual convention on Saturday and thanked its members for their help in stopping federal funding for the group.
Students at the University of Guelph lined up for hours on April 13, some even studying while they waited in line, to vote on campus by special ballot in this year's federal election.
Even before the official announcement of the election, Stephen Harper had been fear-mongering, dubbing an election “unnecessary” and labeling the possible coalition “reckless.”
Michael Ignatieff is back — but for how long? And where the hell was he all this time?
Unless you are well versed ”” well, even slightly versed ”” in Canadian politics, you probably have no inkling as to who Bev Oda may be, or why you should care. But you should care.