José Ignacio Guédez, a member of the oppostion party La Causa R, says economic sanctions and political pressure will help restore democracy.
Small producers are already feeling the pain of Canada's new food safety law.
U.S. Air Traffic Controllers Are Working Without Pay During the Shutdown. Canada's Privatized Air Traffic Control System is Bailing Them Out With Free Pizza.
Spinning off America's air traffic control system from direct government control would immunize it from the shocks caused by government shutdowns.
Raising the price of gasoline, heat, and electricity is a steep political hill to climb.
...with a little help from "Distracted Boyfriend" guy.
Canada Will Expedite Record Sealing for People Convicted of Marijuana Crimes That Are No Longer Crimes
The plan does not go as far as it should, but it's still better than the policies of most U.S. states with legal pot.
There is no national ban, taxes are modest, the purchase age is lower, and delivery is allowed throughout the country.
Quebec Nationalists: Teachers Shouldn't Wear 'Religious Signs,' But a Crucifix Hanging in the Legislature Is OK
The Coalition Avenir Quebec claims the crucifix hanging in the National Assembly isn't a religious symbol.
Don't mistake this election for a Trump-inspired victory - Quebec's toxic anti-immigration politics are home grown.
Trump's new United States Mexico Canada Agreement mostly maintains the NAFTA status quo, but it sets new mandates for cars made in Mexico and Canada.
Trump says tariffs aren't hurting the economy, new steel plants are opening up, and some stuff about Canada. It's all wrong.
"If you work for the industry, that is grounds for inadmissibility."
Canada holds the upper hand, as the Trump administration and Mexico rush to finalize new trade deal before Friday's critical deadline.
The United States does not have a monopoly on poorly sourced statistics.
Canada called on Saudi Arabia to release a blogger from prison. Here's how Saudi Arabia responded.
The protectionist impulses of America's northern neighbor are rising to the top.
Wacky rural northerners on parade
The president's trade policy makes as much sense as Canadian Bacon, the farcical 1995 film about a trumped up war against Canada.
Licensed recreational sales are expected to begin in late August or early September.
Slapping tariffs on steel and aluminum from Canada is not a matter of national security, the president admits.
I mean, sure, that makes as much sense as any other reason.
Justin Trudeau and others condemn Trump's protectionist tactics, then respond with protectionism of their own.
Vancouver is the latest city to take aim at singe-use plastic straws.
When government has the power to censor, ultimately it will look for excuses to suppress opposition.