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It's the 30th anniversary of the agreement.
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Three past prime ministers and prominent Liberal fundraisers were named.
The former PM said Canada will prevail in getting a new free trade agreement with the United States.
Canada will prevail in getting a new deal, ex-PM says.
"If we were ever to lose NAFTA you'd see grave challenges in Canadian society."
He is expected to share his perspectives on upcoming NAFTA renegotiations.
He doesn't think Canada will throw Mexico "under the bus."
Mulroney sang the same song to Reagan in 1985.
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The former PM had a Marilyn Monroe moment.
Ethiopia is no stranger of aid workers, community builders and contributors from Canada. But what sets John Graham apart is, he has lived through many African episodes of disasters, from the Ethiopian...
Ex-PM says Canadian government should move beyond deal.
Ex-PM warns of anti-trade talk.
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And he shared some thoughts on Donald Trump.
I'm proud of Mrs. Grégoire Trudeau's involvement and support of causes. I just think she chose the wrong audience at the wrong time. Most parents who work full-time or more would be over the moon to have one helper. To want to have two plus an office of staff comes across as tone-deaf and elitist, even if it is warranted by the purposes you are taking on. I think I speak for the majority of the average families out there when they would say that if you can't handle the workload you're taking on, you're going to have to consider cutting back or looking at taking some money out of your pocket to find a workaround.
Sinatra was, outside of the world of opera, the greatest singer of the 20th century. As we mark on December 12 the 100th anniversary of his birth, we remember that he was a once-in-a-century talent. Until his later years, he never hit a wrong note.
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"Our new prime minister is 43 years old, sparkling with promise and passion. I know that all Canadians wish him well."
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During the past nine years, reputations have been shattered, national institutions have been destroyed, the rules of parliament abused, the federation itself weakened, and the trust in the institutions of democracy profoundly undermined. Justin Trudeau will have to do a lot of heavy lifting to repair the damage.
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This will be the first generation of Canadians in our history to be worse off than their parents. That blunt fact is the new reality of our country, where seven per cent of workers are officially jobless (and much more if hidden unemployment is included) and youth unemployment stands at over 13 per cent. And that reality is a direct result of the policies and actions of this Conservative government and the Mulroney government that came before it. Friday's headlines point to the 26,000 auto parts jobs at risk as Harper drives ahead to sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal.
By the time you read this column, my membership in the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario will likely be revoked (if not, I will resign). I will no longer be the director of a riding association in the Toronto Centre Conservative Association. This is not because I am no longer useful to the once-proud party of Bill Davis, John Robarts and, yes, Christine Elliott, but because I am coming out against comrade Stephen Harper -- our party's federal counterpart. The Stephen Harper era has made us too partisan, extremely fearful of our neighbours, cheerleaders in world affairs, less tolerant to new immigrants and refugees and mere observers in the affairs of our country -- instead of active actors.
"A strong and dominant national feeling is not a luxury in Canada, it is a necessity."
"It has become a dysfunctional chamber and has fallen in disrepute."
Last night, at the Isabel Bader Theatre in downtown Toronto, the foundation hosted a sold-out talk called Ask Her and allowed us all a chance to interact and have a conversation with some of the remarkable women of Africa. What an impressive list of speakers.
After more than a year on the market, Brian Mulroney’s posh home in Montreal’s Westmount has found a buyer. The seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom house on Forden Crescent went on sale in September, 2013,...
The former prime minister is the first Canadian to receive the "Order of the Companions of O.R. Tambo."
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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Canada for his first official visit today, drawing attention to the opportunity that India offers for the Canadian economy. Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his Conservative government have made global market access a priority, and India, a Commonwealth cousin, is at the top of the list.
Why hasn't my Facebook feed filled with at least the same level of indignation about our government's disgraceful treatment of our Veterans as it was about the a tobogganing hill? We must learn to calibrate our anger so it's proportional to the injustice or slight. Let's fight for the things that make life fun for us like tobogganing while also fighting the things that make life miserable such as payday loan companies, multinational corporations, venture capitalists, a failed War on Terrorism and the self-serving hacks in the media and government who enable it all.
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When it comes to Brian Mulroney, you can count on the numbers going down. Canada’s 18th prime minister took the Progressive Conservatives from a record electoral landslide in 1984 to just two seats in...
The overall benefit to Canada are such that even the New Democratic Party, which has historically been opposed to free trade agreements, has announced its support for this deal that is expected to increase Canadian exports by 32% and add $1.7B to our economy.
OTTAWA - No one was safe from Joan Rivers' sharp-edged humour, not even Mila Mulroney, who, a decade ago, found herself on the pointy end of a Rivers dart.The comedian was among a gilt-edged group cel...
OTTAWA - What had been a renewed political friendship between Stephen Harper and Brian Mulroney could be back on the rocks.The prime minister found himself offering up a defence Friday in the face of...
OTTAWA - Brian Mulroney is pulling no punches on the 30th anniversary of his historic majority election win, chastising Stephen Harper on everything from foreign affairs to the prime minister's spat w...
Former prime minister Brian Mulroney says he would hold a Royal Commission on missing and murdered aboriginal women if he were Canada’s leader today, in a sharp rebuke of Stephen Harper. In a wide-ran...