One American who vowed to move to Canada after the U.S. election tried to make good on the promise, a (totally satirical
U.S. President Barack Obama won the 2012 Presidential election on Tuesday in a tense night that saw the race come down to
This Presidential election was a cacophony of noise, nattering and nonsense from its start to its ignoble and therefore entertaining finish. It has reduced American prestige in the eyes of many Canadians, not because of who won, but because of everyone who lost -- observers interested in bipartisan solutions to America's problems.
The 2012 U.S. election, like just about every presidential campaign in recent memory, was couched as a culture-wars battle
Jamie Dimon is not going to like this one. Elizabeth Warren has been projected as the winner of her Massachusetts Senate
U.S. President Barack Obama has been re-elected. See the live blog for latest updates. As the U.S. election results for 2012
America's ambassador to Canada, David Jacobson, has had to sit on the sidelines of this election because of his diplomatic
We Canadians care about the U.S. election -- we just can't help it. Yes, it's partly because of our inferiority complex (token
The Canadian media rarely bears even the slightest apprehension about bossily dictating U.S. elections. Our papers state their partisan preferences loudly and often, but thankfully no one south of the 49th seems to give a doodle-dandy. And to be fair, as far as nefarious foreign endorsements go, you could do a lot worse than the Canadian stamp of approval. Anyway, who's getting the honour this year?
When it came to colour and discrimination on account of colour, Obama's election four years ago was a much-needed opportunity to heal the soul of his troubled nation. With a black man in the White House, old scars left by slavery could finally mend. What will happen if he loses?