Why shouldn’t the government use an inanimate object that belongs to nobody to offer someone a concrete chance at extending their life?
Although the Canadian health care system covers all essential medical services for residents, medication and prescriptions are not covered by this plan.
“Having students from all over the world means more diversity of thought, cultural exchange, and higher tuition f—I mean academic rigour.”—Jacques Frémont
In a time where personal genetic technology is advancing, and companies like 23andMe are offering such services to the public, it’s imperative that Canadians have legislation to protect them against the misuse of this technology.
Under this new proposal, journalists who frequent the press gallery would be screened by the RCMP with fingerprinting and criminal background checks, and could be denied access if the police deem necessary.
In the wake of his first official meeting with Trump on Monday, how should Trudeau tackle this diplomatic minefield going forward?
The agreement assumes that the U.S. has, and will continue to have, good asylum policies. The new Trump administration is making a very good case against that assumption.
With the debate over electoral reform still raging, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau—henceforth retitled “Glorious and Eternal Leader of Canada”—quietly passed legislation on Monday, ending all subsequent elections.