Tag: Justin Trudeau
Bella Caledonia, February 2020
On Wednesday, Paul Wheelhouse, the Scottish government minister for Energy, Connectivity, and the Islands, suggested that firms operating in the North Sea should start using wind turbines to power their oil and gas platforms.
This initiative is already being trialled in Norway by the country’s state-owned petroleum company, Equinor, Wheelhouse said, and could help the UK oil industry realize its “low carbon ambitions” ahead of the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow later this year.
Justin Trudeau’s Anaemic Victory Shows The Limits Of Centrist Politics | Bella Caledonia | October 2019
On Monday night, Canadians delivered a fractured and ambiguous election result. Justin Trudeau, the country’s scandal-ridden Liberal prime minister, watched his parliamentary majority evaporate — but will nonetheless return to power at the head of a minority government.
Justin Trudeau Could Lose The Canadian Election And He Only Has Himself To Blame | Sunday National | June 2019
In October, Canadian voters will get the chance to elect a new Conservative government or re-elect the current Liberal one, under the leadership of prime minister Justin Trudeau. From a distance, this may not seem like a particularly taxing decision.
“Expect More Left-Populism” – How The NDP Is Gearing Up For The October General Election | VICE | March 2019
A week ago, Jagmeet Singh’s leadership of the NDP was hanging in the balance. If the 40-year old former Ontario legislator failed to win the Burnaby South by-election on 25 February, he faced being ignominiously sacked by his own federal caucus in Ottawa.
It’s early Friday evening, and Jagmeet Singh is standing under a blanket of BC rain, surrounded by a small team of activists and advisors, pitching for votes. 24 hours ago, CBC broke a nightmare story for the federal NDP leader: either he wins the upcoming by-election in Burnaby South—a diverse, suburban riding on the outskirts […]
This is what it took for me to secure temporary residence and the right to work in Canada: I applied for a visa; a few weeks later my visa was approved; a few months after that, I arrived in Vancouver, the city I am now, tentatively, beginning to call home. And that’s about it – […]