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john ivison: scientists say canada is ‘losing ground’ in arctic research


'other countries are investing more — norway, france, germany, the u.k., even china is building new research ice-breakers'






john ivison: mob outrage over governor general’s misspoken indigenous comment is


john ivison: it was surprising to see david johnston the subject of online vitriol, the result of his use of the ill-chosen ‘immigrants’ in relation to canada’s aboriginal people






john ivison: blame canada was a spoof, mr. president


donald trump’s unpredictable nature means canada could face its worst nightmare as early as wednesday, when he unveils his tax-reform package






john ivison: resurrected tpp could get done this year and canada is better off w


canada is now the second-largest economy in the tpp11 and will push to ditch provisions in the original agreement that were offered as concessions to the u.s.






matthew fisher: super hornets would make canada reliant on u.s. jets to defend a


if the liberals go ahead with its decision to purchase super hornets instead of stealthy f-35s, canada may be giving up its sovereignty over the high arctic






john ivison: failed access to information reforms the latest in a string of brok


john ivison: the liberals’ new legislation is consistent with the realization that if they don’t know what you’re doing, they don’t know what you’re doing wrong






john ivison: canada’s rocket woman personifies image to which liberals aspire


for a government that operates as if it were making the movie version of itself, the appointment of julie payette as canada’s next governor general is perfect






federal scientists call the warming of the arctic 'unprecedented over the last 1


the trump administration's mixed views on climate change notwithstanding, a group of federal scientists on tuesday released a stark report on the warming at the top of the planet, suggesting that it is unparalleled in more than a millennium. "the arctic is going through the most unprecedented transition...






despite vanishing sea ice, canada’s polar bears appear to be hanging on in the a


but prospects remain grim for a 1,000 lb. carnivore used to hunting seals from sea ice. scrapping by on sea birds and ground squirrels won't cut it for long






john ivison: whoops! liberals might have peaked too early on the economy


the bank of canada’s latest monetary policy report, released last week, makes sobering reading






john ivison: if this is the case against mark norman, it’s awfully thin gruel


based on the documentation, the rcmp has taken a sledgehammer to crack a walnut, ruining the career of canada’s second-most senior military officer






john ivison: heroic malala brings genuine emotion to parliament during extraordi


canada has a particularly vested interest in the 19-year-old's continued activism. we went to war against the same taliban intolerance she faced






john ivison: superpacs are coming to canada unless the liberals shut the door on


in 2015, it was the left that most took advantage of loopholes that allow third parties to pool their efforts into american-style political action committees






john ivison: airport sell-off would offer liberals financial gain without politi


a c.d. howe institute valuation, released tuesday, estimates that canada's eight largest airports could be sold off for between $7.2-$16.6 billion






britain to give canada the shipwrecks of explorer franklin


london (ap) — britain will give canada the shipwrecks of british explorer john franklin, who tried to chart the northwest passage through the canadian arctic in 1845. the ministry of defense said in a statement it would transfer the ownership of the hms erebus and hms terror to parks canada, but retain a small sample […]






john ivison: canada should avoid more protectionism in face of trump’s trade cri


sooner or later, the trump administration will realize that detonating the trading system that has been the basis for global prosperity is a bad idea






arctic ice loss driven by natural swings, not just mankind: study


natural swings in the arctic climate have caused up to half the precipitous losses of sea ice around the north pole in recent decades, with the rest driven by man-made global warming, scientists said on monday. the study indicates that an ice-free arctic ocean, often feared to be just years away, in...






john ivison: mob outrage over governor general’s misspoken indigenous comment is


it was surprising to see david johnston the subject of online vitriol, the result of his use of the ill-chosen word ‘immigrants’ in relation to canada’s aboriginal people






john ivison: liberals’ foreign policy statement not a sign relationship with u.s


‘sometimes you’ve got to stand up and show a little toughness,’ says canada’s ambassador in washington, who calls freeland's speech ‘a recognition of reality’






john ivison: liberals’ foreign policy statement not a sign relationship with u.s


‘sometimes you’ve got to stand up and show a little toughness,’ says canada’s ambassador in washington, who calls freeland's speech ‘a recognition of reality’






john ivison: conservative leadership candidate lisa raitt could beat trudeau — b


when stephen harper stepped down, lisa raitt was mentioned in the top tier of potential successors by many conservative watchers. she had been a cabinet minister for eight years, where she dealt adroitly as labour minister with major disputes at air canada, canada post and canadian pacific railway, and with the lac megantic tragedy while […]






john ivison: slow, steady o’toole makes his pitch to be the cpc’s consensus cand


even rivals admit o’toole has run a solid ground game, particularly in nova scotia, where he was stationed in the navy, and in his home province of ontario






john ivison: langevin was a man of his time, not a monster, so don’t take his na


canada is addressing many past wrongs. but that does not require we repudiate our past by renaming every bridge, road and building






john ivison: liberals’ hopes in infrastructure plan to grow canada’s economy dim


as a new senate review makes clear, stimulus spending is not like a vending machine, where you insert your money and economic growth is dispensed






arctic climate study canceled due to climate change


the canadian research icebreaker ccgs amundsen, an arctic expedition vessel, will not be venturing north for its planned trip this year. the highly anticipated voyage aimed to monitor and understand the effects of climate change on arctic marine and coastal ecosystems. but due to warming temperature...






john ivison: liberals looking to implement roadside tests for pot smokers, says


despite the leak of news that marijuana use will be legal by canada day 2018, mp bill blair calls it ‘speculation,’ adding ‘there’s tons of work to do’






john ivison: new liberal defence plan looks likely to leave military short-chang


if trudeau turns up with a defence plan that indicates canada is not serious about paying its own way, he will be greeted by a turbulent president trump






john ivison: nafta makeover will succeed after ‘serious and demanding’ negotiati


mulroney was back, briefing the liberal cabinet committee on canada-u.s. relations, ahead of nafta renegotiation demanded by the trump administration






john ivison: millions of canadians will pay at least $1,000 more if ottawa taxes


the debate is about to get intensely political, as canada’s doctors and dentists tell voters exactly how much the move to tax health plans might cost them






john ivison: trudeau liberals offer reluctant support for trump’s unilateral att


canada has little choice but to fall in line and support the attack, while trotting out the fiction that this was the preferred course of action all the time






john ivison: boost border security funding before canada finds itself in donald


a potentially disastrous article this week quoted officials, who suggested the u.s. is looking in the wrong direction when it comes to border security






report to congress raises spectre of american ships challenging canadian arctic


the u.s. has three active marine disputes with canada in the arctic, plus the big one: whether the northwest passage is a canadian waterway or an international strait






scientists baffled by new study from arctic on co2, methane, negates warming pre


in a new article, scientists appear to be “surprised” by their finding that the arctic ocean absorption of carbon dioxide ” more than offset the potential warming effect of the methane emissions.” according to a study by the usgs gas hydrates project, in collaborators in germany and norway, the ocean waters near the surface of the […]






john ivison: boost border security funding before canada finds itself in donald


a potentially disastrous article this week quoted security officials, who suggested the u.s. is looking in the wrong direction when it comes to border security






john ivison: thanks to trump’s ludicrous demands, nafta negotiations are going n


trump has already tweeted that both canada and mexico are 'being very difficult' in the negotiations and he 'may have to terminate'