Cost cutting drove a decision to cancel Global TV’s investigative show 16×9, the Globe and Mail reports. That leaves CTV’s W5 and CBC’s the fifth estate remaining as stand-alone investigative television shows in Canada.
Buzzfeed Canada opened its doors with a two-person parliamentary bureau back in 2015. But now it’s 2016, and there’s no election, so goodbye parliamentary bureau.
Canadian oilsands output is expected to hit 3.4 million barrels per day in 2025, representing an increase of 42 per cent, according to a report by IHS Energy. But …
A month-long battle has ended in victory for Iraqi government forces as they ended the Islamic State’s control over the Sunni Muslim city of Fallujah, located about one hour’s drive west of the capital city of Baghdad.
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As I checked Twitter feverishly on Thursday night, the news I was dreading to hear broke around 10:50 p.m. MDT: The BBC was projecting a victory by the Leave side of the Brexit referendum. The final tally wouldn’t be known for a few hours later (about 7:20 a..m. in London). The Leave camp had won […]
RBC, Canada’s biggest bank, is publicly supporting the policy lever of carbon pricing as a means of controlling greenhouse gas emissions.
The Globe and Mail’s Mark MacKinnon visits Peterborough in Britain and Styria, Austria to find that a dislike of the other and a desire to return to an imagined version of the past and avoid a fervidly imagined future are driving citizens in both places towards populist, right-wing politics.
University of Calgary economist Trevor Tombe, writing at Macleans.ca, tries to disabuse people of the notion that a carbon tax is a “back-door PST.”
Globe and Mail columnist Jeffrey Simpson argues that while governments such as Ontario’s are making a big bet on renewable sources of energy, the reality is that oil and other fossil fuels are likely to remain dominant for decades.
Adopting the letter-to-a-friend approach, the Globe and Mail penned a solid editorial advising residents of the U.K. why they should vote “remain” in the Brexit referendum.