Sunday, November 27, 2022
CTV News/OTTAWA - The Liberal government is defending the military's continued use of a vaccine mandate for Armed Forces members as a condition of employment amid pressure to end the requirement and questions about when a promised "tweak" will finally...
CTV News/On Monday, a rocket will be blasting off to orbit around the Moon as the first step in humanity’s grand return to the lunar surface. But it’s not just an exciting moment for NASA. This time, the journey back...
Canadian military airlift teams are relocating to the United Kingdom from where they have been based during recent years in the Middle East to better support efforts to get vital supplies to Ukraine. A spokesperson for the Department of National Defence on...
Under a cover of grey clouds, federal officials and veterans commemorated the sacrifices of Canadian war dead and veterans, and marked the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War under tight restrictions aimed at limiting the...
When the Last Post sounds at Victory Square in Vancouver on Nov. 11, this year it will be to a nearly empty park. There will be no crowd of thousands, there will be no veterans or cadets parading and there...
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on Thanksgiving: “Today, across the country, Canadians will mark Thanksgiving. It is a time to celebrate the harvest season, provide thanks for our many blessings, and give back to our...
OTTAWA — The RCMP says there is no safe and proven face covering for officers with beards, but it is working to find one for Sikh members temporarily sidelined from front-line policing. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has publicly expressed disappointment...
OTTAWA – The federal government wants the Canada Revenue Agency to start filing taxes for some Canadians, particularly those who are missing out on potentially crucial benefits. It was a short line in Wednesday’s throne speech that took all of...
(Global)Canada is "on the brink" of a coronavirus surge as many parts of the country enter a second wave. And it's likely Thanksgiving gatherings will be out of the question as cases spike across the country following the recent lifting of...
Pilot project will ensure the safety of staff and clients, immigration department says Immigration officials are beginning gradually to resume in-person services after the pandemic forced many programs to shut down, frustrating immigrants whose lives were put on hold. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)...
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