I actually thought Canada, who was clearly between a rock and a hard place on this one, had a pretty neat strategy. On the one hand, it cooperated with the United States, citing the rule of law and agreeing to hear the extradition case against Wanzhou.
Author Hugh Mackenzie
Muskoka District Council has been kicking around municipal reform for years but has done next to nothing about it. Now, someone from outside is going to do it for them. A shame really, when we could have had a made-in-Muskoka solution.
Canada, as it should be, has always been at the forefront of welcoming refugees seeking asylum status. But Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun’s entry into Canada could and should have been handled differently.
Last week, I wrote about the huge federal debt we are facing going in to an election year; a deficit nearly three times the size Justin Trudeau promised when he became Prime Minister and a balanced budget delayed to 2040, not 2020, as he had committed to.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has just given his year-end address to the Nation. He…
Women in Politics Sydney Allen posted a refreshing opinion piece on Doppler last week…