Chrétien warns against ‘Trump mentality’ during Liberal campaign event with McKenna

Former Liberal prime minister Jean Chrétien warned against what he called a “Trump mentality” coming to Canada during an endorsement appearance in Ottawa Saturday. Appearing at Liberal candidate Catherine McKenna’s riding office in an effort to support her bid for…

60 per cent of sailors who battled HMCS Chicoutimi fire developed PTSD, asthma and depression: report

A study says 60 per cent of the sailors who fought a deadly fire aboard the submarine HMCS Chicoutimi in 2004 were diagnosed with post-traumatic stress within five years. The Royal Canadian Navy says the 56 sailors were 45 times…

Candian Armed Forces set to release study on long-term health effects of HMCS Chicoutimi fire

More information on the long-term health effects of one of the “darkest hours in the history of Canadian submarine service” will be released on Thursday. Several crewmembers were injured and one died as a result of an electrical fire aboard…

Jean Chrétien hospitalized in Hong Kong as a precaution

Former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien was admitted to a Hong Kong hospital as a preventative measure after he was reportedly experiencing discomfort. READ MORE: Debate over religious symbols will ‘fade away’ in Quebec: Chrétien Chrétien, 85, was scheduled to…

Jean Chrétien hospitalized in Hong Kong for a kidney stone

Former Canadian prime minister Jean Chrétien was admitted to a Hong Kong hospital as a preventive measure after he was reportedly experiencing discomfort. READ MORE: Debate over religious symbols will ‘fade away’ in Quebec — Chrétien Story continues below Chrétien,…

Stephen McNeil says N.S. RCMP found no evidence that Jean Chretien lobbied illegally

Nova Scotia’s premier says the RCMP has found no evidence that former prime minister Jean Chretien carried out illegal lobbying during a visit to his Halifax office last year. Stephen McNeil said a complaint that Chretien carried out lobbying without…