No text of Canada-UK trade deal as Dec. 31 tariff deadline looms
Trade minister says both countries are working on mitigation measures to provide stability to businesses.
Spending too little worse than spending too much: Freeland
Federal government’s record deficit is more than $381 billion but she calls it affordable, given low interest rates.
Freeland to deliver update on federal finances, economic outlook
Look for a full accounting of pandemic spending so far, and the depth of this year’s deficit.
Family employed by Ontario accused of $11M COVID benefit fraud
Unproven civil claim on behalf of the province, which also seeks $2 million in punitive damages.
Two supply ships not enough to ensure Navy can resupply fleets
Documents show the federal government originally planned to buy three new joint support ships.
Things to know about AG’s report on Ontario’s COVID-19 response
Said that Ontario’s measures were “slower and more reactive relative to most other provinces”
Bloc leader slams Trudeau over handling of COVID-19 vaccine orders
Says government should have moved sooner to obtain manufacturing rights and beef up Canadian production capacity.
Canada calls US softwood duties unfair, unjustified, despite reduction
US Department of Commerce imposes countervailing duties of nearly 9%, down from just over 20%.
May be no need for Trans Mountain expansion: Canada Energy Regulator
Under an evolving scenario, Line 3 alone is enough added capacity to handle an 15% increase before peaking in 2039.
Lack of Canadian vaccine production means others getting them first: PM
Will build a biomanufacturing facility in Montreal that includes the National Research Council for future vaccine production.
Alberta outlook improves but budget deficit $21.3B: finance minister
Province’s economy hit by COVID-19 pandemic, the drop in oil prices and a global economic contraction.
Lunar mission is latest milestone in China’s space ambitions
Future includes a permanent space station and putting people back on the moon more than 50 years after the US.
Tough talk on China could hurt efforts to free Kovrig, Spavor: Champagne
Urges MPs to keep their fate in mind when they spout off about the perils and perfidy of China’s Communist regime.
How the leading COVID vaccines differ and what it means for Canada
They’re rolling out within the coming months, but they differ slightly in efficacy, delivery and other components.
Biden signals sharp shift from Trump with Cabinet picks
Marks a return to a more traditional approach to governing, relying on veteran policymakers.