Provinces, regions weigh different COVID-19 factors on reopening: PM
Quebec and Ontario, the country’s two largest provinces, were taking different approaches to easing restrictions
Signs COVID-19 is slowing, provinces talk of easing restrictions
Both Quebec and Ontario called on the federal government to send in troops to bolster shortage of staff in nursing homes.
Easing COVID-19 restrictions presents challenges for provinces: experts
Many provinces in Canada have no hard borders, experts say they must ensure they’re on the same page.
Morneau set to hear from provinces pushing for more financial help [UPDATED]
Five provinces will receive payments in the fiscal year that starts in April.
‘You can call anything a national concern:’ Alberta questions federal carbon tax
Ottawa argues that authorization for the tax comes under the Constitution’s peace, order and good government clause.
Election 2019: Liberal, NDP make promises that need the provinces
Trudeau government changed relationship with premiers, but then things changed again.
Provinces, feds meet to find path to better plastics recycling plan
Canada only recycles about 9% of the plastic it produces.
Pot prices up 17.3% post legalization, large hikes in NB and Manitoba: StatCan
The highest average post-legalization price per gram was in the Northwest Territories at roughly $14.45 per gram.
NS introduces bill implementing Canadian Free Trade Agreement
Includes provisions for binding dispute resolution and labour mobility enforcement.
LeBlanc not expecting resistance from premiers on internal trade barriers
Intergovernmental Affairs minister to help organize a first ministers’ meeting on internal trade, expected to be held in late October.
Trudeau’s pre-election shuffle focuses on border, trade and provincial relations
The PM gave new portfolios to six ministers and expanded his cabinet by five.
Equalization debate re-emerges ahead of finance ministers’ meeting
Three ‘have not’ provinces to press Morneau and other provincial counterparts for changes.
Ottawa could offer carbon tax rebates directly to residents in holdout provinces
Saskatchewan and New Brunswick are the two provinces that could be immediately affected.
Ottawa still wants inter-provincial hydro ties as prices for other renewables drop
Federal government is keen in helping to build more transmission capacity with hydro.
Provincial business conditions point to continued growth: BMO
Drivers shift but national landscape balances out disappointing year.