Wednesday, February 28, 2024
OTTAWA — The Liberal government wants to impose "health breaks" to eliminate overnight voting in the House of Commons and to combat what they say is Opposition Leader Pierre Poilievre's personal agenda to "obstruct and create chaos." Government House leader...
It's no secret that Canadians are grappling with economic challenges posed by the rising cost of living. Whether it's the increasing prices of groceries, rise in rent or essential day-to-day expenses, stretching a paycheck has become significantly more difficult for individuals and families, especially...
Retired general Rick Hillier, Canada's former chief of defence staff, says he believes the country risks facing “irrelevance” in an unstable geopolitical world. In an interview on The West Block, host Mercedes Stephenson asked Hillier what he thought Canada’s biggest national security...
KYIV (Reuters) - Four Western leaders, including the prime ministers of Italy, Canada, and Belgium, arrived in Kyiv on Saturday to show solidarity with Ukraine on the second anniversary of Russia's invasion. Italy's Giorgia Meloni, Canada's Justin Trudeau, Belgium's Alexander...
OTTAWA — The federal government posted a budgetary deficit of $23.6 billion for the first nine months of its 2023-24 fiscal year. The result compared with a deficit of $5.5 billion for the same stretch of its 2022-23 fiscal year. Government...
The federal Liberals and New Democrats have reached a deal that would allow every Canadian with a health card to access free diabetes medication and birth control, the NDP confirmed Friday. The coverage is to be included in the first...
MONTREAL — The federal government is committing an additional $15 million over three years to fight the rise in vehicle thefts across the country. Minister of Public Safety Dominic LeBlanc made the announcement today in Montreal. LeBlanc says $9 million will...
TORONTO — As Ontario prepares to expand the number of private clinics that perform publicly funded cataract surgeries, documents show those procedures form one of the most common complaints the province receives from patients about unfair billing practices. The Canadian...
VANCOUVER — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it’s "obvious" contracting rules weren't followed during the development of the controversial ArriveCan app. Trudeau says the app was developed at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic when everything was in question, but...
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