The federal government is in hot water after a major Auditor General’s report this week revealed that the COVID-era ArriveCan app may have cost Canadian taxpayers a whopping $60 million dollars to build and run. The initial contract was valued at a mere $2.4 million.
Journalist Sam Cooper left Global to found The Bureau, an online news outlet focussing on domestic and international intelligence stories, which he launched on Substack in June of last year. Since then, the new media outlet has been making a name for itself among fans of long-form, hard-hitting investigative journalism.
If passed, Premier Smith’s legislation would make Alberta the third province to implement a policy around parental rights, with her plan being the most far-reaching.
The announcement was met with a firestorm of praise and criticism from within Alberta and across Canada. Here is a roundup of Tweets demonstrating the polarizing nature of the Alberta government’s new policies on parental rights.
Founded in 2017 by writer and musician Dave Bidini, the West End Phoenix has become a monthly fixture in Toronto’s west end. At a time when community newspapers are folding and larger print publications are in decline, how has this relatively new print paper managed to thrive in Canada’s largest city?
This week, the federal government announced it will pause expanding MAID to cover Canadians suffering from mental illnesses. The expansion was supposed to take place this March.
Canada’s overall debt picture remains bleak. About a quarter of Canadians can only make their minimum credit card payments, and 22 percent are sinking further into credit debt.
We at The Hub thought it would be a good time to ask lawyers and law professors from across the country which impactful Supreme Court cases they will be keeping an eye on in 2024.
While Canadians may have major concerns about the prospect of another Trump presidency, when it comes to trade, at least, things might actually not look so different than they do right now.
This week, Tucker Carlson, the controversial American Twitter/X host, headlined two packed speaking events in Alberta. One took place at Calgary’s Telus Convention Centre, where he had a “fireside chat” with Alberta Premier Danielle Smith. The other was held at Edmonton’s Roger’s Place.