Jeremy Appel

May
09
Who Are The Candidates Running for Conservative Party Leader?

Who Are The Candidates Running for Conservative Party Leader?

The Conservative Party’s third leadership race since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defeated Stephen Harper in 2015 is officially underway.
Apr
08
Journalist-Turned-Senator Says Online News Compensation Bill Misses The Mark

Journalist-Turned-Senator Says Online News Compensation Bill Misses The Mark

"This is not going to replace the lost revenues, it's not going to bring back the size of the newsrooms and it's not going to bring back public trust"
Apr
07
Canada Ramping Up Military Spending

Canada Ramping Up Military Spending

With the $8-billion injection, Canada will be spending 1.5 per cent of its GDP on defence, compared to 1.39 per cent pre-budget.
Apr
05
Progressive Economist Makes Budget Predictions

Progressive Economist Makes Budget Predictions

Feb
28
How Police Enabled the Far-Right ‘Freedom’ Occupation

How Police Enabled the Far-Right ‘Freedom’ Occupation

“It’s because of racism, really. That’s what it comes down to."
Jan
11
Omicron Was Present In Nova Scotia's Wastewater In Mid-November

Omicron Was Present In Nova Scotia's Wastewater In Mid-November

The first Omicron case was officially detected in Nov Scotia on Dec. 13, weeks after it was first confirmed in South Africa on Nov. 24.
Jan
10
Experts Say Alcohol Should Have Cancer Warning Labels

Experts Say Alcohol Should Have Cancer Warning Labels

Jan
07
Canada Is Way Behind On Its Promised Vaccine Donations To Developing Countries

Canada Is Way Behind On Its Promised Vaccine Donations To Developing Countries

Jan
06
CEO Pay Increased During The Pandemic While Workers Lost Their Jobs

CEO Pay Increased During The Pandemic While Workers Lost Their Jobs

"It's the power of the corporate culture in Canada, and elsewhere, to control and increase executive compensation."
Jan
05
Federal Government Unveils Details Of Compensation Agreement For Indigenous Kids

Federal Government Unveils Details Of Compensation Agreement For Indigenous Kids

From the Globe and Mail: The federal government announced Tuesday that it has reached a $40-billion settlement with the First