Catherine Brossard

Ontario Party Leader Resigns Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

  • Catherine Brossard
  • Jan 25, 2018 4:51PM

The allegations moved swiftly against Ontario Conservative Party Leader Patrick Brown, and may jeopardize the party's chances of winning the election this July. 

Ontario Wage Hike: Anyone Who Claims To Know What Will Happen Is Lying

  • Catherine Brossard
  • Jan 12, 2018 11:34AM

No matter what side of the minimum wage debate you are on, you can find studies to support your position. The truth is a 21% wage hike is unprecedented, and we don't know what will happen. 

Former Taliban Hostage Joshua Boyle Arrested And Charged

  • Catherine Brossard
  • Jan 3, 2018 10:21AM

Though many speculated there was more to the Boyles' Afghanistan hostage story, these recent string of charges adds more questions than answers. 

Kinder Morgan: Canada Shows Short-Term Thinking On Energy

  • Catherine Brossard
  • Dec 11, 2017 10:06AM

The federal government and NEB are content to power through in a desperate attempt to create jobs without any regard for long-term effects. 

Canadian Hostage Story Is Bizarre And Full Of Red Flags

  • Catherine Brossard
  • Oct 19, 2017 11:45AM

Though the return of the Boyle's to Canada is a good thing, there are quite a few things about Joshua Boyle's statements and past that leave unanswered questions. 

Ontario Gov't Monopolizing Weed Like It Did With Alcohol

  • Catherine Brossard
  • Sep 24, 2017 11:04AM

Thanks for taking excitement and logic out of weed legalization, Ontario government. You'll have to excuse me if I continue to buy from my own dealer.

Canada Is Not Ready For A Haitian Refugee Crisis

  • Catherine Brossard
  • Aug 25, 2017 3:27PM

If the current rate of asylum claimants continues to climb, it will take 11 years for the Immigration Review Board to adjudicate a claim filed this year.

Alleged Cover Up In Toronto Police Beating Of Black Teen

  • Catherine Brossard
  • Aug 4, 2017 1:04PM

It’s not just Americans that are having trust issues with their police. Dafonte Miller was not only allegedly assaulted by police, it also appears they tried to cover it up.

Canada Ranks Near Bottom On Healthcare Study

  • Catherine Brossard
  • Jul 21, 2017 12:22PM

Canada often comes up in discussions about Universal Healthcare, but it seems we're still a ways away from earning our flattering reputation.

Historic Canada 150 Marred by Indigenous Protests

  • Catherine Brossard
  • Jul 1, 2017 9:45AM

This July 1 marks a highly anticipated bash for Canada honoring the 150th anniversary of Confederation, but as organizers ramp up for celebrations across the nation, indigenous activists are rallying.