A delicate balance would be upset, the justice minister says.
Ryan Maloney is the senior politics editor at HuffPost Canada. A graduate of Western University's journalism program, he previously worked at Yahoo! Canada. Ryan won a Canadian Association of Journalists award for best text feature in 2013 and his work has been nominated for several other journalism awards. Raised in Port Colborne, Ont., Ryan now lives in Toronto with the world's best French bulldog, Murphy.
"Were you not being honest with the people of the province or were you being incompetent?''
06/03/2016 10:36 EDT
The Senate adopted Bill C-14 at the second reading.
06/03/2016 01:53 EDT
I didn't want to think about a Canada without Gord Downie. So when the texts and emails rolled in, I reverted to pragmatism. I thought instead about the band's last tour and how difficult it will be to snag tickets. I told co-workers that The Tragically Hip are magic in concert.
05/24/2016 01:37 EDT
A black market for weed won't just go up in smoke.
04/25/2016 09:41 EDT
The proposed law will not be as permissive as recommended by a special joint parliamentary committee.
04/14/2016 08:31 EDT
The provinces hold a lot of power.
04/14/2016 05:24 EDT
Let's imagine the prime minister went for it. Let's imagine he called Trump a fascist and urged U.S. Republicans to disown him, to shut down the circus. The story would make a much bigger splash than that photo of Trudeau striking a yoga pose on a desk shot in 2011 and inexplicably inescapable this week.
03/31/2016 03:38 EDT
Mauril Bélanger served as honorary House Speaker.
03/09/2016 07:27 EST
And the PM says Canada is sending the "right signal" on Iran.
03/07/2016 04:13 EST
The message he delivered Monday was similar one from the U.S. president.
02/08/2016 09:37 EST
In total, 94 recommendations were made.
12/15/2015 12:49 EST
“It takes something like that to … open the door to people who are not seeing that as part of their daily reality.”
12/14/2015 01:44 EST
The man dubbed "not a leader" has been named Canada's foreign affairs minister. It's one of the most coveted and prestigious roles in government. Dion will now get the chance to represent Canada on the world stage, a prospect that might have seemed impossible back when the death of the Liberal party was being exaggerated.
11/04/2015 07:05 EST
Canada has turned to a political scion to deliver on a promise of change. On Monday night, Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party
10/19/2015 10:46 EDT
"The idea that the only way to hold a government to account is to try and go after the prime minister is actually not the way our parliamentary system works."
10/14/2015 02:33 EDT
"I hope Canadian voters – I particularly hope Conservative voters – will decide they can’t reward this kind of behaviour."
10/09/2015 07:10 EDT
Said Trudeau: "We have a prime minister that doesn't like Barack Obama."
09/29/2015 12:17 EDT
But the Liberal leader says "a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian."
09/29/2015 05:19 EDT
"I didn't always agree with Pierre Trudeau but he was a great man. I can't say the same about Tom Mulcair."
09/28/2015 10:27 EDT
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