Trudeau soft pedals terrorism, again - Toronto Sun

Is Prime Minister Justin Trudeau up for the serious task of combatting terrorism in Canada? Judging by his response to this week's stunning revelation of ISIS supporters working at the Montreal airport, Canadians could be forgiven for believing Trudeau ...

Don't forget the 'killer robots,' feds told amid artificial intelligence push - Waterloo Record

Finance Minister Bill Morneau wears an augmented reality helmet during a tour of the Vector Institute for Artificical Intelligence in Toronto on Thursday. next play/pause pre 1/1. Waterloo Region Record. By Andy Blatchford. OTTAWA — The Trudeau ...

US has trade surplus with Canada, Freeland says - The Globe and Mail

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is taking aim at a core assumption of Donald Trump's upcoming review of American trading partners — she said Friday the U.S. has a trade surplus with Canada, not the other way around. Freeland's assessment ...

LETTER: Justin Trudeau's priorities are not the priorities of hardworking Saskatchewanians - Parkland Review

Saskatchewanians and all Canadians were hoping for a better outcome from Justin Trudeau's Liberal budget announced this week. At a time when Liberals in Ottawa are making life more expensive for us here in Saskatchewan, Justin Trudeau could have ...

'Justin Trudeau effect' credited with driving up tourism to Canada in 2016 - The Sun Daily

CANADA'S dashing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is credited with putting the formerly quiet, demure country on the travel map and increasing ticket sales by as much as 65% from one country. That's according to the "Expedia Trudeau Travel Effect" which ...

National Post View: Even when doing the right thing, the Liberals find ways to look helpless and adrift - National Post

Earlier this week, the Liberals took steps to reassure worried voters that they still intend to follow through on their oft-made promise to legalize marijuana. There's not much meat on the policy bones yet, and trying to read the tea leaves — tea, we ...

Canada wants to keep free trade with US: PM Trudeau - India.com

Ottawa, Mar 31 (AFP) Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised today to explain to the Trump administration the importance of free trade between Canada and the United States, particularly for jobs. By PTI Feeds | Published: April 1, 2017 1:03 AM IST Email.

Trudeau speaks about artificial intelligence strategy in Brampton - Brampton Guardian

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the Magna International Incorporated facility to announce the federal government's new Pan-Canadian Artificial Intelligence Strategy. next play/pause pre 1/1. Brampton Guardian. By The Brampton Guardian. Brampton's ...

Canada: Trudeau Administration Looks to Legalize Marijuana By July 2018 - The Daily Chronic

OTTAWA, ON — Legislation is anticipated from the Trudeau administration in early April to regulate the use, production, and sale of marijuana. In 2015, the Liberal Party pledged to “legalize and regulate” marijuana if Justin Trudeau became Prime Minister.

Canada Looks to Develop a New Resource: Artificial Intelligence - Wall Street Journal (subscription)

Don Walker, chief executive of Canadian auto-parts giant Magna International Inc. hosted a number of the country's leading executives, scientists and politicians, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, at his summer home last July to mull ways Canada ...

Trudeau looks to make Canada 'world leader' in AI research - Geo News, Pakistan

MONTREAL: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced his hopes Thursday of making Canada a "world leader" in artificial intelligence and so-called "deep learning" research and development. The government, he said, would spend Can$40 million (US$30 ...

MacDougall: Trudeau show wearing thin, but Canadians not ready to change channel - Ottawa Citizen

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes questions at a town hall meeting in Calgary, Alta., Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh ORG XMIT: JMC126. Share Adjust Comment Print. How does Justin Trudeau get away with it? I try not to ...

World in brief - Buenos Aires Herald

TORONTO — Canadians are expected to be able to smoke marijuana legally by July 1, 2018. A senior government official says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government will introduce legislation to legalize recreational marijuana the week of ...

Question of how best to tax legal pot still a long way off, Morneau suggests - Ottawa Business Journal

The Trudeau government is still wrestling with how to tax recreational pot, even as it indicates it's poised to introduce long-awaited legalization legislation next month in advance of April 20 – the "Weed Day" popularly known as 4/20. Finance Minister ...

Think tank urges Liberals to sell money making assets to private sector - Ottawa Business Journal

A new report is urging the Trudeau Liberals to make their new, experimental infrastructure bank a centre for helping cities and provinces sell off existing assets, rather than just helping to build new infrastructure. The C.D. Howe Institute says the ...

Justin Trudeau Doubles Down In Defence Of Canada's Military Spending Levels - Huffington Post Canada

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau doubled down Friday in his defence of Canadian military spending levels, as the U.S. brought fresh pressure to bear on NATO allies to pony up. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson used his first NATO summit in ...

Trudeau Crony Hired To Manage Liberal Party 'Liberalist' Database - Daily Caller

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau isn't talking about how his close friend Tom Pitfield got the job of managing the Liberal Party's database. Asked on Thursday in Brampton, Ontario why Pitfield's firm, Data Sciences, got the contract over what the ...

Wanted: more walk, less talk in today's federal budget - ClickLancashire

Not so long ago, the conventional wisdom around Ottawa was that the second budget of Justin Trudeau's government would be a blockbuster. NDP Leader Tom Mulcair accused the Liberals of deferring the funding to massage the budget's overall numbers, ...

PM defends military spending in face of new U.S. calls for allies to pony up - Cape Breton Post

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is doubling down in his defence of the amount of money that Canada spends on its military in the face of fresh pressure from the United States. Advertisement. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has given all ...

Federal Liberals earmark old Tory infrastructure money for GO Transit project - Times Colonist

TORONTO — The federal government is earmarking $1.8 billion in idle infrastructure cash to a regional express rail project around Canada's largest city and millions more for smaller transit projects around Ontario. Combined with provincial money, the ...