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News Government General
June 18, 2020  

Canada loses bid for seat on the UN Security Council on first vote

Second consecutive defeat in a bid for a seat on the world’s most powerful body.

News Government General
June 17, 2020  

Canada to stay engaged regardless of UN Security Council outcome: PM

It’s competing against Norway and Ireland for two seats, and the competition is expected to be heated.

News Government Economy General
June 9, 2020  

Trudeau to push police body cameras with premiers to aid ‘transparency’

They’re described as one relatively simple way to address complaints that police in Canada treat racialized people unfairly.

News Government Manufacturing General
June 4, 2020  

Canada’s efforts to get on the UN Security Council will likely end in failure

A petition was signed by close to 150 individuals and organizations, all calling on the UN to deny Canada the coveted seat

News Manufacturing General
June 3, 2020  

Trudeau positions Canada as global recovery champion

Canada will partner with developing countries hardest hit by the pandemic to help to rally the world behind measures like debt relief.

News Government Manufacturing General
June 2, 2020  

Trudeau rejects Trump suggestion to re-admit Russia to G7, citing Crimea

PM says nothing has changed since Russia was ejected from the G8 in 2014 over its annexation of territory from Ukraine.

News Government General
May 28, 2020  

Trudeau co-hosts major UN COVID-19 conference

Canada is competing for a seat on the UN Security Council next month against Norway and Ireland

News Government General
May 28, 2020  

‘In-person’ G7 more effective, but deal with safety concerns first: Trudeau

Trump wants a physical meeting somewhere between the White House and Camp David in late June.

News Government General
May 21, 2020  

Trudeau asks commercial landlords to help tenants through new program

Business groups warn of leery landlords unlikely to take part in the program.

News Government General
May 20, 2020  

UN Security Council needs Canada post pandemic, akin to WW2: PM

Canada is competing against Norway and Ireland for two available seats on the council.

News Government General
May 19, 2020  

Proposed federal privacy reforms could hinder spy operations: CSIS

Wants any reforms to take into account “the critical public interest in national security activities” carried out by the spy agency.

News Government Manufacturing General
May 14, 2020  

PM wants answers from China, other countries on early days of COVID-19

Trudeau suggested Canada would press Beijing for answers at an opportune time.

News Government General
May 14, 2020  

Trudeau cites uncertainty around pandemic for budget delay

Federal spending to combat the economic fallout from the pandemic is approaching $150 billion.

News Food & Beverage Government Manufacturing Economy General
May 5, 2020  

Feds to unveil emergency aid for agri-food sector hit hard by COVID-19

Farmers are making decisions about whether to plant crops, culling livestock because of reduced meat processing capacity.

News Food & Beverage Government Manufacturing Economy General
April 28, 2020  

Dairy processors to lose $100M if USMCA takes effect in July: Plett

Processors stand to lose upwards of $100 million if the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement takes effect as scheduled.