Narrator and writer for TPMs Canada Explained Series on Youtube.
A Toronto man's ingenious project to help those struggling with homelessness ended with him being sued by the city of Toronto.
Matthew Grainger / Mar 3, 2021
It may appear that Trudeau and Biden have a newfound 'bromance,' but that doesn't mean cross-border tensions will evaporate overnight.
Matthew Grainger / Feb 24, 2021
Calls to boycott or relocate the Beijing 2022 games are growing in number and strength.
Matthew Grainger / Feb 10, 2021
The news of Julie Payette’s resignation shocked many Canadians; but if reports are to be believed, her premature exit as governor general had been a long time coming.
Matthew Grainger / Jan 27, 2021
One of his first acts as president will end the 11-year construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, which planned to stretch from Alberta’s oil fields to Steele City, Nebraska.
Matthew Grainger / Jan 20, 2021
Canada is not as corruption-free as we might like to believe.
Matthew Grainger / Dec 30, 2020
Has O'Toole's success in the CPC leadership race translated to popularity among the broader Canadian electorate?
Matthew Grainger / Dec 16, 2020
With a 'controversy' of this magnitude, Trudeau was forced to use every tool in his arsenal to weasel his way out of a career-ending scandal.
Matthew Grainger / Dec 9, 2020
Looking past the laughs, the success of these pranks raises real questions about the influence that media figures can have on our top politicians.
Matthew Grainger / Dec 2, 2020
After 36 years of hosting Jeopardy, and a nearly two-year battle with cancer the world learned that one of our most beloved television personalities had passed away.
Matthew Grainger / Nov 18, 2020
Americans and Newfoundlanders have never used the poppy to the same degree as most Canadians. And for good reason.
Matthew Grainger / Nov 11, 2020
For Canadians, a Biden presidency would have immediate implications.
Matthew Grainger / Nov 4, 2020
In recent months, popular support for a CANZUK agreement has swelled and is beginning to catch the attention of the world leaders who could soon make it a reality.
Matthew Grainger / Oct 28, 2020
Schadenfreude at Trump's expense is nothing new, but this may be its most sinister incarnation to date.
Matthew Grainger / Oct 7, 2020
The fact that these scandals are 'lesser-known' doesn't mean they're inconsequential; it's a testament to the extent of Trudeau’s gaffe-ridden tenure.
Matthew Grainger / Oct 6, 2020