News Government General
November 5, 2020  

Ottawa’s silence necessary during US election uncertainty: experts

Any premature declaration could create a damaging economic backlash if Trump were to eventually prevail.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
September 9, 2020  

Legault, Ford call on Ottawa to increase health transfers to provinces

No dollar amount set for the support they’re seeking but they believe a significant increase in the Canada Health Transfer is needed.

News Government General
July 29, 2020  

Canada urged to avoid ‘vaccine nationalism’ in race for COVID-19 cure

One senator and some health-care professionals are asking why Ottawa is delaying a decision on the $35-million pitch by Providence Therapeutics

News Government Transportation General
July 29, 2020  

Quebec shipyard late on delivering icebreakers after pushing feds on purchase

Ottawa agreed to purchase the three used civilian icebreakers at a total cost of at least $827 million from Chantier Davie in August 2018

News Government General
July 27, 2020  

Health experts tell Ottawa to hurry domestic vaccine funding amid China delays

The federal government has created a $600-million fund to support vaccine clinical trials and manufacturing inside Canada

News Government General
June 24, 2020  

Ottawa to give $46 million to Quebec, Atlantic provinces to help boost tourism

Most of the funding for Atlantic Canada is coming from money already in the federal budget

News Energy General
May 4, 2020  

Wet’suwet’en pact with Ottawa and BC disputed by elected chiefs

They don’t support the proposed MOU on rights and title, hereditary chiefs have signed on.

News Government Pulp & Paper General
December 16, 2019  

Ottawa won’t assess N.S. mill’s pipeline proposal, leaving it up to the province

Federal Environment Minister said he’s decided not to designate Northern Pulp’s proposed pipeline and effluent treatment plant for a federal impact assessment.

News Government General
August 6, 2019  

Ottawa opposing Saskatchewan’s move to have top court delay carbon tax case

Saskatchewan recently applied to have the top court push back its December hearing in order to better co-ordinate its challenge with ones from other provinces.

News Food & Beverage General
July 25, 2019  

Quebec to clamp down on cannabis candies in effort to protect kids

Ottawa will legalize edible products on October 17, but it will take at least another 60 days for products to hit the shelves.

News Oil & Gas General
July 4, 2019  

Indigenous group says Trans Mountain bid could be ready next week

Group, called Project Reconciliation, proposing a 51% stake in the pipeline.

News Construction Government General
June 4, 2019  

Ottawa, Quebec announce $500M reconstruction of La Fontaine Tunnel

Planned work includes pavement, lighting, vaults, walls, signage and a fire protection system.

News Government General
May 6, 2019  

Federal carbon tax ruled constitutional; Ottawa pressures premiers to get on board

Saskatchewan Court of Appeal ruled in a split decision.

News Construction Government General
April 30, 2019  

Flood victims say more homes would be lost if not for volunteers, military

The City of Ottawa said thousands of people had registered to fill sandbags.

News Government General
April 17, 2019  

Kenney’s premiership to pose challenges, opportunities for Trudeau

Kenney could be a foil for Trudeau in the months to come.