Obama Addresses a Conference in Toronto

While speaking at a news conference in Toronto yesterday, Barack Obama had some words of encouragement to the Canadians who are pondering about the relationship between Canada and the... Read more »

More Problems for Bombardier

The United States government has decided to side with Boeing as it fights with Canadian government-backed Bombardier. As a result, the US government announced that it would impose preliminary... Read more »

Rule prevents brothers and sisters from sharing bedrooms, parents from finding housing in Vancouver

In Vancouver, rising rent and several-year waitlists for apartments are pushing some families to look elsewhere for affordable housing. One such Vancouver family is now seeking an apartment in... Read more »

Theresa May Plans Canadian Visit to Discuss Trade Deal after Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May schedules trade visit to Canada to discuss a possible trade deal after Brexit. May was quoted as saying that the United Kingdom and Canada... Read more »

Endangered Species in Canada on the Rise

It has been reported that the laws that were passed to protect endangered species in Canada are failing. At the same time, these laws are supposed to rebuild these... Read more »

Canadian Judge Suspended for 30 days

A Hamilton judge has been suspended for 30 days following a recommendation by an independent disciplinary commission. He was suspended for wearing a cap into his courtroom following the... Read more »

Canadian Judge Suspended for Wearing MAGA Hat

Judge Bernd Zabel, a judge in Hamilton, Ontario, has been suspended for 30 days in response to him wearing a “Make America Great Again” baseball hat in court, the... Read more »

Uncertainty Could Lead to Increased Migration to Canada

The U.S.’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program is set to end, leaving up to 800,000 Dreamers uncertain about their future in the United States. Canadian immigration lawyers have... Read more »

International Scholarships on the Rise in Canada

A recent report has shown that the number of international students enrolling in Canadian universities is on the rise. This has been noted as some of the biggest universities... Read more »

How Canadian Businessman Louis Chenevert Changed UTC for the Better

As one of the most influential production managers in the world, Canadian businessman Louis Chenevert has had an amazing journey over the course of his career. Obtaining his bachelor’s... Read more »