Former justice minister and attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould said on Thursday, August 15, 2019, it is "troubling" to her that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tried to "discredit" her through submissions made to the ethics commissioner from his lawyer.
The federal government is overhauling the way it regulates the cost of patented medicines, including ending comparisons to the United States — changes that Canada's health minister is billing as the biggest step towards lower drug prices in a generation.
Canadians will continue to have access to the medications they need, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised on Thursday, August 1, 2019, in the face of escalating worry about a Trump administration decision to allow prescription drug imports from Canada.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is putting Canada's money where his mouth is, promising to increase health and social transfer payments by at least three per cent every year should he become prime minister.
Federal officials say Ottawa was not consulted in advance about the details of a Trump administration proposal announced on Wednesday, July 31, 2019, aimed at allowing American patients and consumers to legally import cheaper prescription drugs from Canada.
With a federal election campaign just weeks away, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh scored a blow against Justin Trudeau's Indigenous bona fides on Monday, July 29, 2019, as he introduced a prominent First Nation chief as one of his party's candidates in northern Ontario.
A new poll conducted for The Canadian Press seems to show the cloud of the SNC-Lavalin controversy is lifting for the federal Liberals, who now face a closer fight with the Conservatives less than three months to go until the election.
The Ontario government's rejection of shared responsibility for legal aid is an "excuse for spending cuts" that will leave many of the province's most vulnerable at greater risk, federal Justice Minister David Lametti said on Tuesday, July 23, 2019.