As the Conservatives swept to power in the U.K. with a pledge to “Get Brexit Done,” business leaders in Canada are watching with interest to see what a new free trade deal with Britain could look like.
Signs began to emerge Friday that the coming race to replace outgoing Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer will be an acid test for whether social conservatives have a place in the Conservative Party of Canada.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged Saturday to repay the trust of voters in the working-class heartland of northern England who rejected the Labour Party and helped give him an 80-seat majority in Thursday's election.
A new study of Canadian sexual assault cases shows that raising the age of consent from 14 to 16 has not led to the prosecution of significant numbers of young men for engaging in sexual relationships with younger teenage girlfriends.
A written decision from an Ontario Superior Court justice provides more insight into how the money was initially taken and the trip the massive sum took through a hazy financial world with international reach.
Andrew Scheer is resigning as the leader of the Conservative party, but will stay on until a replacement is named. Now, the party has to embark on another contest to select the person who will lead the party into the next federal election.