Jimmy Carter

'Trump Is Right' About Canada's Softwood Lumber: Jimmy Carter

CP | Alexander Panetta, The Canadian Press | Posted 05.11.2017 | Canada Politics

Meanwhile, John McCain is playing good cop.

Solving Canada's National Housing Crisis Begins At Home

Habitat for Humanity Canada | Posted 10.03.2016 | Canada Business
Habitat for Humanity Canada

According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 12.5 per cent of all Canadian households experience an affordability crisis every day. Let me be clear -- this crisis is not limited to the real estate markets in Toronto and Vancouver. It is endemic and disproportionally affects low income working families, seniors, Indigenous people and recent immigrants. This is a large segment of our population that continually struggles to pay for the necessities of life.

Jimmy Carter Says His Brain Cancer Is Gone

CP | The Associated Press | Posted 12.07.2015 | Canada

The former U.S. president said doctors found no evidence of the four lesions discovered on his brain this summer and no signs of new cancer growth.

Jimmy Carter's Advice To Canada On Prostitution Laws

CBC | Posted 07.26.2014 | Canada Politics

As the federal government looks to update its prostitution laws, former U.S. president Jimmy Carter is once again urging Parliamentarians to adopt the...

Harper Government Scolds Jimmy Carter

CP | Alexander Panetta, The Canadian Press | Posted 06.16.2014 | Canada Politics

WASHINGTON - The Keystone XL pipeline issue has created a tiff between a former U.S. president and the Canadian government.The Prime Minister's Office...

A Coup in Venezuela Means Another Victory For Corruption

Mark Taliano | Posted 05.12.2014 | Canada
Mark Taliano

All of the destabilization tactics are designed to convey the impression that the government is incompetent, and that it needs to be changed. Ultimately, though, widespread support is needed, and in this respect, the opposition -- though well-funded by the U.S. -- has so far failed.

The He Said/She Said Over bin Laden Kill

Peter Worthington | Posted 07.02.2012 | Canada
Peter Worthington

It's been a year since Osama bin Laden went down, but a debate rages on. Republicans accuse Democrats (if not Obama himself) of trying to get political mileage out of the anniversary, while Democrats (and Obama) say that Romney felt it wasn't worth spending billions of dollars to catch one man. Both factions are right, and both factions are wrong.