Justin Trudeau Coughed During an Oval Office Press Conference and People Are Pretty Sure He Was Totally Trolling Trump
President Donald Trump made waves last week when he ejected his Chief of Staff, Mick Mulvaney, for coughing while Trump was answering an interview question.
“Let’s do that over," Trump said. "He’s coughing in the middle of my answer. I don’t like that…If you’re gonna cough, please leave the room. You just can’t, you just can’t cough.”
Justin Trudeau Just Announced Canada Will Lead the World in Eradicating Single Use Plastics for a Very Important Reason
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a sweeping ban on single-use plastics in the country by 2021.
The ban includes plastic bags, plates, straws, cutlery, and a wealth of other single-use plastics in one of the most ambitious steps to reduce plastic use and its harmful effects on the environment due to its difficulty to recycle.
Cryptocurrency Site's Founder Died Without Leaving His Passwords, and Now Customers Can't Access $190 Million of Their Own Money
Cryptocurrencies—or digital forms of alternative currency like Bitcoin—have seen a huge investment spike over the last decade, often to lucrative results.
But there are still huge risks when trading in online money, as investors in Canadian cryptocurrency company QuadrigaCX have learned.
Reporter Who Constantly Factchecks Donald Trump Just Tweeted Trump's Latest Whopper About Tariffs, and People Are Speechless
It's nothing unusual for President Donald Trump to lie, but every now and then, one whopper is so bald-faced that even a jaded public is shocked.
This week's came in an interview with the Wall Street Journal. The president discussed a number of issues from the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi to disdain for the Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, but his false statements on the tariffs he's imposed and subsequently touted raised eyebrows everywhere.
Canadian Citizens Are Now Retaliating Against Donald Trump's Tariffs, and Sharing It on Social Media
Canadians are standing in solidarity with their leader following President Donald Trump's behavior at last week's G-7 summit.
President Trump had blamed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for his decision not to sign a joint communiqué with other members of the G-7. The move followed Trudeau's announcement that he would impose retaliatory tariffs on U.S. imports because Trump imposed tariffs of 25 and 10 percent on aluminum and steel from Canada and other countries.
When President Donald Trump decided to ignore existing trade agreements with United States allies and impose tariffs on Canada, Mexico, Japan and the EU, it was on the premise it would be a boon for the U.S. economy. But a new analysis out of Trump's own White House says the opposite will occur.
The White House Council of Economic Advisers review of President Trump’s trade agenda concluded the president's tariffs will hurt economic growth in the United States. The only way Trump's tariffs can benefit the U.S. economy?
Doctors in Quebec Are Refusing Millions in Proposed Salary Increases and It's the Most Canada Thing Ever
Capitalism is synonymous with American culture. It is the very thing that promotes a society dedicated to long work weeks and a competitive workforce.
Imagine that you and your coworkers are offered raises totaling $700 million. You’d celebrate your windfall, correct? Given how much of American society is driven by competitive salaries and profit margins, most Americans would jump at the offer. In Canada, however, the reaction has been the exact opposite. Doctors in Canada are resisting a proposed $700 million increase to their annual salaries.