Earlier this week, Environment and Climate Change Canada said it would decide later whether its fossil fuel subsidies review would be published in full. After a line of questioning from National Observer however, it appears to have changed its tune.
A government archivist said Monday she wants to hear more about Facebook’s “forward-thinking strategies" on how to educate people on telling fact from fiction when scrolling through their social media feeds.
A federal bill to legalize recreational cannabis was bounced back to the Senate on Monday, June 18, 2018, where the government's representative argued it's time to get on with lifting Canada's almost century-old prohibition on marijuana.
Alexandre Bissonnette, who murdered six men in a Quebec City mosque in January 2017, is a fragile narcissist, a man unable to overcome the hardships he suffered in his youth, his lawyer argued on Monday, June 18, 2018, during his sentencing hearing.
Canada can preserve its dairy supply management system and resolve its trade dispute with the United States over dairy subsidies by ending its domestic milk ingredient pricing system, the head of Canada's largest dairy processor said on Monday, June 18, 2018.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will not "play politics" over immigration policies when it comes to the controversial U.S. practice of charging and separating illegal migrants from their children when they cross the border into the United States.
The Conservatives have stolen a Quebec riding away from Justin Trudeau's ruling Liberals, in the first test of Andrew Scheer's effort to recreate the nationalist-conservative coalition that helped federal Tories dominate the province in the 1980s.