Younger voters make up around 40 per cent of the electorate but are often seen as unmotivated to participate in the electoral process. Here are some of those who did show up on Monday on what matters to them.
Justin Trudeau blamed Taliban checkpoints rather than bureaucratic red tape and delays on Wednesday as his government continued to face questions about the pace of Canada’s effort to evacuate hundreds of Afghans from their country.
Undocumented workers in Canada fear that getting vaccinated could mean being arrested if someone reports them to police or immigration authorities because of their lack of proper identification, say advocates.
Critics say the federal government’s latest three-year target for permanent immigration only makes up for lost COVID-19 volumes and fails to solve big problems facing current international students, recent graduates and other temporary residents.
Canada and the United States are both "very comfortable" with their mutual ban on non-essential cross-border travel, but Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland won't say if the Americans want to extend the restrictions beyond June 21.
The Conservative Opposition raised broad concerns on Tuesday, April 14, 2020, about the Canadian government's reliance on the World Health Organization, questioning the accuracy of its data and its relationship with China during the COVID-19 crisis.
Employers bringing thousands of agricultural labourers into Canada in the coming weeks will be required to quarantine them before they can work, and the federal government is promising to offset some of the costs.