Department plans to hire a company to test employees with phoney phishing messages.
The change is part of a sweeping set of proposed Canada Labour Code amendments.
Greyhound announced in July that it would end service on all but one of its routes in western Canada.
Some argue the new rules don’t go far enough, and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner needs enforcement powers.
A case dealing with whether Canada’s spy agency overstepped the law in monitoring environmental activists will be open to the public.
Feds are on pace to post a $19.4-billion deficit in 2018-19, $1.3 billion higher than the projection in last February’s budget.
The jobs are being defined as those that help reduce energy consumption, limit GHGs and minimize pollution.
Senators have voted 46-32 to delete a so-called escalator tax on booze from the federal government’s budget.
Review will be designed to better target young Canadians who need the most help to get into the changing labour market.
Independent senator says the government has yet to fully answer questions about the so-called infrastructure bank.
22-member panel to come up with options for addressing barriers to zero-emission vehicles.
Consortium-led approach to innovation brings together small and large companies, academia and not-for-profit organizations.
Plans include help for skills to address rapidly transforming workforce needs.
Federal plan mimics Alberta, with a direct tax on heating and transportation fuels and a separate levy on large emitters.
The details of BlackRock’s relationship with the federal Liberals is ruffling feathers among opposing politicians.