Month: January 2024

The Year Ahead: Politics in 2023

Trudeau, Poilievre, and the fight for democracy take centre stage The Smith-Notley fracas escalates in Alberta as Trudeau wages multiple battles federally. Meanwhile, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues to reverberate around the world, while cost-of-living woes dominate on the home front. 1. The highest-stakes election will be in Alberta Maybe by the time Albertans head to […]

Canada’s Carbon Pricing: Poilievre vs Trudeau

Canada’s Carbon Pricing Policy: A Political Chess Game As the fifth anniversary of Canada’s carbon tax approaches, a significant political chess game unfolds with Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre leading the charge against the controversial policy. The carbon pricing, designed to combat climate change, has become a pivotal issue in Canadian politics, with Poilievre attributing it […]

Matthew Savoie injury update: Latest news on Team Canada forward’s status for World Juniors game vs. Germany

Canada wraps up group play Sunday at the 2024 World Juniors with a matchup against Germany. However, the defending champs are going to be shorthanded at the forward position.  Matthew Savoie is sitting out with a lower-body injury. His status was up in the air heading into Sunday, however, Hockey Canada’s Peter Anholt confirmed that […]

Canada’s heated political conflict over carbon pricing will continue into 2024

OTTAWA — Canada’s price on pollution is supposed to help battle global warming, but as it nears its fifth anniversary, nothing in Canadian politics is hotter. Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre has so successfully convinced Canadians the carbon price is to blame for inflation that he even earned begrudging respect for his “axe the tax” campaign […]

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