US Elections

Will Canada's Real Estate Market Get Trumped?

Atrina Kouroshnia | Posted 01.04.2017 | Canada Business
Atrina Kouroshnia

I think I speak for (almost) all Canadians when I say that Donald Trump's win came as a wee surprise. Now that the shock has worn off, just weeks before he takes office, Canadians everywhere are asking what this means for us. While the rumour mill churns, I'm left wondering what Trump's presidency means for Canada and our real estate market. Will Vancouver too, get trumped?

Bad Gal Rihanna Endorses Nasty Woman With A Very Meta T-Shirt

The Huffington Post Canada | Al Donato | Posted 11.08.2016 | Canada Style


The Dos And Don'ts Of U.S. Election Etiquette (For Canadians)

Lisa Orr | Posted 11.07.2016 | Canada Living
Lisa Orr

A recent study found that 81 per cent of Canadians are very worried about the election and what the results could mean for our neighbours and Canadians. The challenge, in these next days and months pre- and post-election, is to share our views appropriately and support our neighbours as best we can.

How Trump Can Lose The Election Without Ever Admitting Defeat

Steven Shehori | Posted 08.08.2016 | Canada Politics
Steven Shehori

For what may be the first time ever, Trump is becoming cognizant of his campaign's mortality. Should Clinton clinch the election, she will, by obvious definition, be the winner. Which would make Trump the loser. And Trump. Doesn't. Lose. Ever.

Why "The Donald's" Tuesday Night Speech Should Change Your Life

Mary Donohue | Posted 05.07.2017 | Canada Living
Mary Donohue

Whether you love him or hate him, Trump wins because he is a great communicator. And you can learn from that and apply it to your own life.

Lady Gaga For President! And Other Celeb Candidates We'd Like To See

Posted 11.05.2012 | Canada

In the heated 2008 election, John McCain infamously disparaged Barack Obama as a “celebrity” candidate. Before slinging the term “celebrity” l...

Romney's Hollywood Remake of Canada's Foreign Policy

Christopher Sands | Posted 12.09.2012 | Canada Politics
Christopher Sands

On Canadian Thanksgiving Monday, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney gave a major foreign policy address to the faculty and students of the Virginia Military Institute. He did not mention Canada once despite the fact that his vision of U.S. global leadership is like the Hollywood-budget version of Canada's indie foreign policy sensation. Should Romney become the 45th president of the United States, it will be essential, though, for him to recognize that U.S. leadership must be exercised in a spirit of partnership for it to be successful. The message to Ottawa in January can't be "Thanks Canada for doing the right things in world affairs -- we'll take it from here."

Is The World Safer Under Obama?

Samuel Getachew | Posted 07.29.2012 | Canada
Samuel Getachew

Recently, the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies will be hosting a gala event -- the Spirit of Hope Gala Benefit -- to benefit the organization's advocacy, human rights and outreach efforts here in Canada and abroad. There will also be a debate by distinguished Americans on the resolution "Be it resolved, the world is safer under President Obama." Well, is it?