"His reaction was ugly": Jacques Legros attacks a prestigious journalist

© Benochh/Sipa "His reaction was ugly": Jacques Legros attacks a prestigious journalist in recent days, he strongly was talked about with his book in which he evokes relations...

It's time to think of replacing Hockey Canada with a new organization, says Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it's time to think about starting a new organization to replace Hockey Canada, which continues to defend itself despite paying out nearly $9

In time of crisis, Canada Sports Hall of Fame inductees highlight what is good about sports

Sport is facing a time of crisis on many fronts and its relevance is being questioned, but against this backdrop Canada's Sports Hall of Fame will induct the Class of 2022 and

Canada’s supply chains ‘desperately’ need overhaul amid global pinch: report

Supply chain issues 'exposed and exacerbated longstanding weaknesses in the Canadian supply chain,' says the final report from the National Supply Chain Task Force 2022....

Pierre Poilievre’s YouTube channel included hidden misogynistic tag to promote videos

Poilievre's office said the misogynistic term has been embedded in his YouTube videos for four and a half years, but was removed when Global News alerted them to its use....

Hockey Canada: Canadian Tire cuts ties as group ‘continues to resist’ change

'If we have to create an organization, get rid of Hockey Canada and create an organization called Canada Hockey instead, people will look at doing that,' Justin Trudeau...

Real estate and agency fees: What are the limits?

© AFP/Archives - Ozan Kose Boundaries Agence Fraps Practical - Agency fees are supervised by ALUR law within the framework of a rental and cannot exceed a certain amount. In the...

Why it is illegal to photograph the Eiffel Tower

is really the truth or just fiction? © ANYABERKUT/ISTOCK Eiffel Tower at night You are in Paris, have just eaten noble for dinner and are now on the way back into your four-star...

broken in business, the Nuts put on the March 16 march to relaunch

© Geoffroy van der Hasselt The logo of the Nuts (New People's Ecological and Social Union), on June 7, 2022 Bayou and Quatennens Affairs and Quatennens , and more broadly the...

FIRST READING: Even ArriveCan's supporters think it was a disaster

First Reading is a daily newsletter keeping you posted on the travails of Canadian politicos, all curated by the National Post’s own Tristin Hopper. To get an early version sent...

Ivison: 'Nothing left to prove.' An exit interview with Jason Kenney

Albertans won’t have Jason Kenney to kick around for much longer. The province’s 18th premier will leave office after a new United Conservative Party leader is named on Thursday,...

Telus will not sponsor Hockey Canada's men's programs this season

TORONTO — Telus Corp. says it will not be sponsoring Hockey Canada’s men's hockey programs for the 2022-23 season, including the upcoming World Juniors tournament. The move...

Helen Hirsh Spence: It's time to tackle ageism — no matter your age

The United Nations International Day of Older Persons, an often unacknowledged annual event, took place Oct. 1. It was first designated by the UN General Assembly in 1990,...

Military's chief orders halt to non-essential activities, focus on personnel crisis

OTTAWA — Chief of the defence staff Gen. Wayne Eyre is ordering an immediate halt to all non-essential activities in favour of boosting military recruitment and retention, with...

Moscow refers to the oil price lid as harmful to all states

Moscow. In the new EU sanctions against Russia there is also a price cover on Russian oil. Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskow considers this to be "absurd". Russia now wants to...