A British Columbia cabinet minister who abruptly resigned last week says she has not been contacted by the RCMP and remains in the dark about the allegations that led to a criminal investigation of her conduct.
"In the middle of an election, we’re urging parties to abandon — to disregard — this election wish list, because it really would doom a lot of Canadians to a future that’s less bright than the one we have now," Dale Marshall of Environmental Defence said.
Bernier's year-old People’s Party of Canada calls for "ending official multiculturalism" and slashing the number of immigrants allowed into the country. Its platform also denies the science of climate change.
Alberta's politicians return to the legislature chamber on Tuesday, October 8, 2019, for a fall sitting expected to be dominated by a budget billed as a fundamental long-term reset of spending priorities.
Quebec won't legislate to prevent retail workers from welcoming their customers with "bonjour-hi," Quebec's immigration minister said on Monday, October 7, 2019, — three days after he raised the possibility of outlawing the bilingual greeting.