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National Post – The agreement by 136 countries, reached Friday, sets a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15 per cent for multinational companies. It...

National Post – In May last year, Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s youngest prime minister, also became its most popular since records began. The phenomenon of...

National Post – Trudeau, in power since 2015 and governing with a minority of House of Commons seats since 2019, decided to gamble on an...

National Post – This election is hollow. It is without centre. It is without national purpose. It is idle, contrived, opportunistic, premature and cynical. It...

National Post – Despite repeated government pledges that Canada would rescue imperiled interpreters and other Afghans who worked for this country, only a small fraction...

National Post  – Quebec will test a smartphone application over the next two weeks that will run the vaccine passport system the government plans to...

National Post –  Thank goodness the COVID lockdowns are over. Now we can get back to normal life which, unfortunately, increasingly means ending one lockdown...

National Post – Former Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney’s credibility as a global climate finance leader is under fire as environment lobby groups say...

Former star NDP MP Ruth-Ellen Brosseau failed her return to federal politics Monday, losing in her Quebec riding of Berthier—Maskinongé by a razor thin margin. With...

It turns out a 2016 edition of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s memoirs was not his family’s first foray into Chinese state-run book publishing. In 2005,...

Former U.S. president Donald Trump has weighed in on the removal statue of Confederate commander Robert E. Lee from its base in Richmond, Virginia’s capital. ...

National Post – Amid layers of uncertainty, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is asking Canadians to trust him once again in the federal election now underway. Though it’s...

National Post – Canada’s hard-luck softball team can do no better than win a bronze medal after falling to Japan in extra innings, 1-0, on...