Christina Montgomery

Christina Montgomery is a Vancouver journalist who has worked as a reporter and editor at newspapers and magazines across Canada. Chris is happy to debate pretty much anything that hits the headlines, or should have. But these days, her biggest personal interest is financial, political and maritime developments.

Without Jack Layton, "NDP in freefall in Quebec"

"Le bon Jack" gone, heat on leadership contenders to deliver Quebec.

Justin Trudeau calls environment minister "a piece of shit'

Quebec MP follows in his famous father's colourful footsteps.

Prince Charles and Camilla pack for Canada

Canada gets the old folks; Wills and Kate to go tropical for the Jubilee.

Thousands could sue over bad drunk-driving convictions

Some lost homes, jobs over law ruled unconstitutional.

TransLink, Ferries expand holiday hours

We've got a complete guide for getting you there. And back.

It takes an Effin village to get through to Facebook

Irish woman wants social media site to cut her unfortunately named village some slack.

Spot the error in this Christmas card

Stephen Harper's re-gift to the nation: a holiday card filled with ghosts of Christmas past.

Surrey hit in early-morning cross-Canada police raids

900 officers stage raids over alleged attempted murder, prostitution, firearms and drug trafficking.

Viva El Huff: The Post goes Spanish

Online news and opinion website Huffington Post says latest in string of new sites will be Spanish.

Santa is a woman. And she's wired.

Survey says female does holiday shopping in 80 per cent of Canadian households, a lot of it online.