Justin Trudeau

Amid pressure from Trudeau, Treaty Alliance vows to stand against Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion

First Nations from the Maritimes all the way to Alberta who are among the 150 Nations in Canada and the US who have signed the Treaty Alliance Against Tar Sands Expansion  are standing stronger...

Directly Affected: a new film with everything you need to know about B.C.’s pipeline battle

Justin Trudeau faced hecklers in Nanaimo. Rachel Notley and John Horgan are flinging indignant words, threats even, back and forth between Edmonton and Victoria.  A national columnist demands...

Canada and B.C. contribute total of $90M for new building at university

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has committed $45 million in federal funding for a new building at the Surrey, B.C., campus of Simon Fraser University to advance research and innovation in the energy...

Trudeau warns housing solution in Vancouver could hurt markets elsewhere

A direct admission from the PM: overseas money is playing a role in fuelling superheated markets such as Vancouver, where the average price of a single-family detached home is $1.5 million.
Justin Trudeau, Christy Clark, TransLink, SkyTrain, Burnaby

Trudeau and Clark announce big transit dollars after epic SkyTrain entrance

The dramatic entrance was paralleled in awesomeness by the $460 million in federal investment for public transit that came with it.

Think hybrid: the case for ranked ballot plus proportional representation

It would be regrettable if the unmistakeable sigh of relief which accompanied the election of the Trudeau government gave way to complacency.  Canadians should never forget that a “majority”...

'This isn't who we are': Trudeau condemns pepper spraying of Syrian refugees

Police say a man wearing a white hoodie apparently rode by on a bicycle and sprayed 15 to 30 people at refugee welcome night.

As Liberals prepare to legalize, Canadians facing pot charges left in limbo

Cannabis-related crimes continue to tie up police and court resources, but no timeline is in sight for Justin Trudeau's vow to free the weed.

Canadians with marijuana convictions call on Trudeau to offer pardons

VANCOUVER — Marcus Richardson is, in the eyes of the law, a criminal. Never mind that a judge ruled the six kilograms of cannabis police found in his car was for severely ill patients at a medical...