Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne hosted delegates from the Lima Group of nations in Gatineau, Que. today — part of what he called a campaign to “reinvigorate” efforts to remove the Nicolas Maduro regime in Venezuela. Those efforts seem to have lost some momentum over the past year, after Juan Guaidó took the oathRead More →

The most evocative image coming out of this week’s protests against the Coastal GasLink pipeline was that of a Canadian flag hanging upside-down outside the provincial legislature in Victoria, with the words “Reconciliation is dead” scrawled across it. Because it’s 2020, that phrase was a hashtag, too. Between the declaration ofRead More →

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer declined Saturday to shed any light on lingering questions about the use of party money to pay for his children’s tuition, an issue that threw his party into turmoil just as he announced his decision to step back from the leadership job. Scheer wrapped up meetingsRead More →

A new special parliamentary committee created to examine Canada’s fraught relationship with China will hold its first meeting today in Ottawa. The committee’s creation was the result of a Conservative motion passed in December, thanks to support from other opposition parties in the minority Parliament. The motion authorizes the committeeRead More →