Dairy farmers facing losses due to CUSMA will be compensated: Trudeau
They’ve received a multi-year commitments for trade deal losses from EU and Pacific Rim agreements, but not North American deal.
PM blasts Tories for push to keep WE probe alive
Sidestepped questions about having one special committee continue the investigation into the charity.
Conservatives want anti-corruption committee to probe WE controversy
Also to press the House ethics and finance committees to resume looking at the matter.
Infrastructure bank to invest $10B in priority areas for pandemic recovery
Three-year plan would create 60,000 jobs by expanding access to high-speed internet, greening transit fleets.
Throne speech lacks support for farms, energy: Saskatchewan Premier
Moe said the address failed to mention the request for a $28-billion boost in health care funding.
Trudeau declares COVID-19 second wave underway
COVID-19 has killed about 9,250 people as the case count has been edging toward the 150,000 mark.
Ethics watchdog dismisses conflict of interest allegations against Telford
Dion called Tory accusations against Trudeau’s chief of staff “speculative” and don’t measure up to requirements of the Act.
Liberals plan fund to spur green technology, jobs
Plans to spend on building retrofits, clean energy and production of electric vehicle.
Case against man accused of threatening PM put off again
He faces 21 weapons charges as well as one of threatening the prime minister
Watchdog bites former envoy to US over corporate meetings with ministers
MacNaughton was Trudeau’s point man in Washington for three-and-a-half years before he left one year ago.
Trudeau doesn’t want an election but country will ‘figure it out’ if need be
He believes it’s what opposition parties want, not what Canadians or the government wants.
Trudeau, cabinet plot Canada’s path through and beyond pandemic
Prime Minister warns the country first needs to get through the pandemic in order to talk about “next steps.”
Political fallout continues despite shuttering of WE’s Canadian operations
Trudeau and Morneau under investigation by the federal ethics watchdog for possible breaches of the Conflict of Interest Act.
Only private investment will save Canada’s economy
Generating, rather than consuming government revenues will require a profound reversal by the Trudeau government.
Calls mount, frustration grows over Trudeau’s promise to help Hong Kong
No new pronouncements despite Chinese authorities’ having conducted several waves of arrests as part of a crackdown on pro-democracy activists and media.