• The Resistance (Nov. 8)

    The Resistance (Nov. 8)

    dailies | Nov 9, 2018
    Maclean’s latest cover positions prominent Tory leaders as resistors to the Liberal’s carbon plan. What exactly are these five, boring white guys resisting? 22 Minutes powers up.
  • Shuffle Scuffle (Nov. 6)

    Shuffle Scuffle (Nov. 6)

    dailies | Nov 7, 2018
    Four months into his first term, Ontario Premier Doug Ford shuffles his cabinet. The move may be related to allegations of sexual misconduct by a minister. 22 Minutes investigates.
  • Catfished! (Nov. 7)

    Catfished! (Nov. 7)

    dailies | Nov 6, 2018
    After sharing sexually explicit images and a video with someone online, Tory MP Tony Clement now finds himself in an alleged extortion scheme. 22 Minutes cashes in.
  • Bernier’s Bewilderment (Nov. 5)

    Bernier’s Bewilderment (Nov. 5)

    dailies | Nov 5, 2018
    Maxime Bernier is asking members of the People’s Party of Canada to sign a “no embarrassment” pledge, which seems kind of odd considering his track record. 22 Minutes checks in.
  • Olympic Rush (Nov. 1)

    Olympic Rush (Nov. 1)

    dailies | Nov 2, 2018
    With politicians divided, Calgarians themselves will go to the polls in just a few days to decide if the city should host the 2026 Olympics. 22 Minutes hits the slopes.
  • Mature Murder (Oct. 31)

    Mature Murder (Oct. 31)

    dailies | Nov 1, 2018
    It has been decades since Michael Myers terrorized babysitters in Haddonfield, IL and now he’s back. But 40 years is a long time. Maybe too long? 22 Minutes gets spooky.
  • Villainous Vows (Oct. 30)

    Villainous Vows (Oct. 30)

    dailies | Oct 30, 2018
    From claiming he will axe the carbon tax to blatantly lying about rebate numbers, Doug Ford is acting like a cartoon villain come to life. 22 Minutes delivers the sucker punch.
  • (Game of) Throne Speech (Oct. 29)

    (Game of) Throne Speech (Oct. 29)

    dailies | Oct 29, 2018
    The epic fight for control of New Brunswick rages on this week. To earn support from opposition parties, the Liberals plan to deliver a pandering throne speech. Will it be enough?
  • Bomb Wear (Oct. 25)

    Bomb Wear (Oct. 25)

    dailies | Oct 25, 2018
    22 Minutes correspondent Graham Clark asks: what is life like when you already look like a unibomber?
  • Passing The Buck (Oct. 24)

    Passing The Buck (Oct. 24)

    dailies | Oct 24, 2018
    It’s Day #1 of Week #6 and Prime Minister Trudeau says canceling sales of arms to Saudi Arabia would cost Canadian billions. 22 Minutes digs into the PM’s excuses.
  • Carbon Compliance (Oct. 23)

    Carbon Compliance (Oct. 23)

    dailies | Oct 23, 2018
    It’s Day #4 of Week #5 and the federal government has unveiled a nation-wide carbon pricing plan. But will every province comply? 22 Minutes investigates.
  • Choice Candidates (Oct. 11)

    Choice Candidates (Oct. 11)

    dailies | Oct 11, 2018
    It’s Day #3 of Week #5 and voters across Canada head to the polls this month to vote in municipal elections. From coast to coast, 22 Minutes offers up a series of primers to help.
  • Reefer Madness (Oct. 10)

    Reefer Madness (Oct. 10)

    dailies | Oct 11, 2018
    It’s Day #2 of Week #5 and Canada is officially one week away from legalizing cannabis. As new details roll out, lots of budding questions still remain.
  • Sorry State (Oct. 9)

    Sorry State (Oct. 9)

    dailies | Oct 9, 2018
    It’s Day #1 of Week #5 and one Conservative MP thinks Canadians should talk about our past with pride, not shame and apology. But isn’t saying sorry in our blood?
  • Skip The Dishes (Oct. 8)

    Skip The Dishes (Oct. 8)

    dailies | Oct 8, 2018
    Canadians are celebrating Thanksgiving! We’re taking a break from the daily news to bring you a collection of sketches to enjoy after the ‘fun times’ wit
  • Global Gridlock (Oct. 4)

    Global Gridlock (Oct. 4)

    dailies | Oct 5, 2018
    It’s Day #3 of Week #4 and rising global temperatures are showing no signs of slowing down. 22 checks in with an expert to see why more isn’t being done to reverse the effects.
  • Cash-4-Crown Corporations (Oct. 3)

    Cash-4-Crown Corporations (Oct. 3)

    dailies | Oct 3, 2018
    It’s Day #2 of Week #4 and a new report recommends Ontario sell its crown corporations like the LCBO & Ontario Power Generation. But if the province is selling, who’s buying?
  • CAQ Attack! (Oct. 2)

    CAQ Attack! (Oct. 2)

    dailies | Oct 3, 2018
    It’s Day #1 of Week #4 and Québec has a new majority government. But who exactly are the Coalition Avenir Québec? 22’s Trent McClellan delivers the CAQ FAQs.
  • Age Against The Machine (Oct. 1)

    Age Against The Machine (Oct. 1)

    dailies | Oct 1, 2018
    It’s Day #4 of Week #3 and machines are poised to take over half of all workplace tasks by 2025. In this era of automation, are we quickly losing our human touch?
  • Border Ban (Sept. 27)

    Border Ban (Sept. 27)

    dailies | Sep 27, 2018
    It’s Day #3 of Week #3 and U.S. Customs and Border Protection warns that Canadians who work or invest in the cannabis industry could be banned from the U.S. for life.
  • The Bernier Unit (Sept. 26)

    The Bernier Unit (Sept. 26)

    dailies | Sep 26, 2018
    It’s Day #2 of Week #3 and Maxime Bernier has defected from the Tories to form the People’s Party of Canada. Mark Critch finds out what it’s like to lead a party of one.
  • A New Brunswick Tie (Sept. 25)

    A New Brunswick Tie (Sept. 25)

    dailies | Sep 25, 2018
    It’s Day #1 of Week #3 and the results of the New Brunswick election are still up in the air. With no official winner yet declared, why is every party celebrating? 22 Minutes weigh
  • Beard Behaviour (Sept. 24)

    Beard Behaviour (Sept. 24)

    dailies | Sep 24, 2018
    It’s Day #4 of Week #2 and Air Canada has changed its policy on pilot facial hair. 22’s Susan Kent speaks with two pilots who are re-examining their beard behaviour.
  • Thinking Outside the Hot Box (Sept.19)

    Thinking Outside the Hot Box (Sept.19)

    dailies | Sep 19, 2018
    It’s Day #2 of Week #2 and weed is almost legal in Canada. 22’s Trent McClellan offers up financial advice for savvy investors hoping to cash in on the pot boom.
  • A .22 for 22 (Sept. 18)

    A .22 for 22 (Sept. 18)

    dailies | Sep 18, 2018
    It’s Day #1 of Week #2 and the Liberals are talking a handgun ban. Mark Critch visits a Calgary gun range with Michelle Rempel to talk about shooting for sport and... relaxation.
  • Atlantic Cruise (Sept. 17)

    Atlantic Cruise (Sept. 17)

    dailies | Sep 17, 2018
    It’s Day #3 of Week #1 and Hurricane Florence has forced a cruise ship destined for Bermuda to dock in Halifax. 22 Minutes speaks with one couple who took the change in stride.
  • Too High to Drive (Sept. 13)

    Too High to Drive (Sept. 13)

    dailies | Sep 13, 2018
    It’s Day #2 of Week #1 and the Liberal government has given the green light to a roadside saliva test that checks for cannabis use.
  • A Leg to Notwithstand On (Sept. 12)

    A Leg to Notwithstand On (Sept. 12)

    dailies | Sep 13, 2018
    It’s Day #1 of Week #1 and Doug Ford has already overruled the Ontario Superior Court. 22 Minutes responds to his controversial decision to invoke the nothwithstanding clause.
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