Justin Trudeau is standing firm on his government's commitment to build the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion and to its national climate-change plan — both of which were put in jeopardy by a bombshell court ruling that overturned federal approval for the project.
On Wednesday, August 29, 2018, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau painstakingly explained to students in Kapuskasing, Ont., how the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project is a central pillar of his government's agenda.
Conservatives, from leader Andrew Scheer on down, are predicting that Maxime Bernier's decision to quit their party and start his own will end up helping Justin Trudeau's Liberals win re-election next year.
Foreign and domestic actors will almost certainly abuse digital media to try to manipulate voters and undermine the integrity of Canada's next federal election, experts are warning the Trudeau government.
Justin Trudeau's twin objectives to reduce Canada's carbon emissions and build a pipeline to carry oilsands bitumen to the coast collided Wednesday in a province ravaged by wildfires that the prime minister's own government attributes to climate change.
Little more than a year before the next federal election, Justin Trudeau's Liberals are hoping to remind Canadians about the benefits derived from one of their signature promises from the last election: investing billions in infrastructure.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says he's reviewing his tour schedule and his party's policies in the wake of a federal byelection on Monday, June 18, 2018, in Quebec, in which the New Democrats' vote collapsed.
Canadians will be able to legally purchase and consume recreational marijuana by mid-September at the latest after the Senate voted on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, to lift almost a century-old prohibition on cannabis.
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.