Alberta government calls on feds to resume Parliament to address CN Rail strike

Alberta’s energy minister is calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to resume Parliament early to address a strike by Canadian National Railway Co. workers. The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference, the union representing employees, announced the work stoppage Monday night after…

Trudeau addresses Western alienation: ‘It’s extremely important government works for all Canadians’

In his first speech as prime minister of the Liberal minority government, Justin Trudeau addressed major concerns in Alberta and Saskatchewan and the sense of alienation and anger in Western Canada. READ MORE: With the Liberals’ new minority, Trudeau’s greatest…

Federal Election 2019: Trudeau vows to work with premiers in Saskatchewan, Alberta following Liberal lockout

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Oct. 23, that he will be reaching out to provincial premiers across the country, and had already spoken with the Alberta and Saskatchewan premiers, two provinces where the Liberals won no seats during the…

Millennials can have a very strong voice in deciding Canada’s future — if they choose to vote

It’s that time again. Canadians are thinking about whom they’ll vote for in the upcoming federal election on Oct. 21. According to Elections Canada, there are 27.2 million Canadians who will have the power to make a difference, should they…

Anti-federal Liberal billboards in Edmonton purchased by Saskatchewan group

Billboards have gone up in Edmonton, Calgary and Regina discouraging people from voting for local Liberal Members of Parliament. The signs say: “send Trudeau a message. Vote out Amarjeet Sohi.” Similar ones name Edmonton Centre MP Randy Boissonnault and Minister…

Are the federal Liberals to thank for spike in job creation? Prime minister weighs in

May 10 2019 2:11pm Prime Minister Justin Trudeau explains the moves his government has made, which he believes have led to job creation across the country. It comes as Stats Canada released new job numbers Friday. ‘ }); } else…