The latest federal figures show direct spending at just over $174 billion.
Big-money pledges for schools, housing and infrastructure in an attempt to move on from the pandemic.
COVID-19 cases on local farms have complicated Windsor-Essex’s transition to the second stage of reopening
Germany has long called for the plant to be shut down
Japan will seek to co-operate with the U.S. in sending astronauts on an American lunar mission
The bill would create a new state of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth
Trudeau wouldn’t say which premiers weren’t on board
Since 2008, only 12 cases, nine of them initiated by the U.S., have been discharged or terminated by the justice minister
The planned changes come three years after the former Liberal government enacted a moratorium on new and expanded permits to take water for bottling
The move is part of the oil giant’s plan to shift activities to renewable sources of energy
Many fear future COVID-19 outbreaks could renew closures and interruptions.
Move comes as Steve Dobler, another co-founder of the company, prepares to retire as president and a director.
Reaffirms that the 1982 UNCLOS is the basis for determining maritime entitlements, sovereignty, jurisdiction over maritime zones.
Contribution includes $180 million to address humanitarian issues and $120 million for Access to COVID-19 Tools Accelerator.
Trump’s “iron fist of zero-tolerance enforcement” aimed at aluminum looms large.