July 9, 2016

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Obama: Gun Control Is Necessary 'If You Care About the Safety of Our Police Officers'

Speaking from the NATO Summit in Poland on Saturday, President Obama dismissed rhetoric that the nation is sharply divided and back to where it was...

Generational divisions underlie debate over Vancouver's housing market

Perhaps he's been influenced by Martin Collacott, a former Canadian diplomat and long-time critic of Canadian immigration policies. In his columns, Todd has sometimes cited...

'AMERICA IN TATTERS': 'hurtling toward the most racially divisive and acrimonious election in a generation ...

“If a whiter and more conservative America embraced the law-and-order message in the past, current-day America, with its more polyglot face, may well respond by...

Veterans' Affairs office closures should never have happened

The VAC closure controversy wasn't the pivotal election issue but the Liberal promise carried plenty of weight hereabouts. Enough to call the Cape Breton seats...

Factbox: From finance to fox hunting, Britain's Leadsom in her own words

Now the junior energy minister is battling interior minister Theresa May to become Britain's next prime minister in a Conservative Party contest that will be...

Millions for Corner Brook sewer system work a fraction of full treatment cost

Advanced Education and Skills Minister Gerry Byrne, the Liberal legislature member for Corner Brook, right, speaks at a press conference in Corner Brook on Friday...

Bob Wakeham: Cleary's attempts at self-righteousness fall flat

But if you expand the rather twisted reasoning of Ryan Cleary in a letter to the editor in last week's Telegram (“A little too close...

Brexit is a tragedy that reads like a satire

For sheer chutzpah I can think of few things more farcical than the statement by Kelvin MacKenzie, former editor of the Sun, that even he...

Girl Guides converge onto Sylvan Lake for rare national camp

Getting organized for the 2000 Girl Guides from across the globe arriving for Guiding Mosaic 2016 from July 9-17 at Camp Woods, about 10 kilometres...

Former prime minister Stephen Harper expected to host his last Stampede barbecue

Former prime minister Stephen Harper is expected to ride off into the political sunset after what is likely to be his Stampede swan song on...

Canadian Provinces Agree On New Internal Trade Rules

Dan Albas, the Conservative critic for internal trade, said in a statement that it's time for the interprovincial alcohol rules to be loosened. "It's time...

The week's passages

William L. Armstrong, 79, a Colorado media executive who became a major conservative voice in the U.S. Senate from 1978 to 1991, died Tuesday after...