The federal government is conducting a "complete review" of funding to an anti-racism group whose senior consultant sent a series of tweets about "Jewish white supremacists," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday, August 30, 2022.
The use of facial recognition technology as a security tool on Parliament Hill would pose substantial legal, privacy and human rights risks — and might even be unlawful, says a study prepared for the parliamentary security unit.
The federal Liberal government says hundreds of additional staff have been added in recent months to address long wait times and backlogs at Canadian airports as well as passport and immigration offices.
The federal government unveiled what it described as a historic first on Sunday, August 28, 2022, as it announced a five−year, $100 million plan to support LGBTQ, two−spirit and intersex communities across the country.
The world is changing and all governments must fight the climate crisis and ensure economic development benefits everyone, including Indigenous Peoples, Canada's prime minister said on Monday, June 6, 2022, as Chile pushes ahead with reforms to its mining sector.
The Liberal government is spending $3.5 million on two projects to improve abortion access in Canada, as the re-emergence of the landmark Roe v. Wade case in the United States brings renewed attention to the issue on both sides of the border.
Freshly appointed Women and Gender Equality Minister Marci Ien says as part of her effort to combat gender-based violence she intends to place a lens on men to understand why it happens in the first place.