Prime Minister Justin Trudeau quickly backed up his pledge for more dialogue with the West, opening his on Thursday, November 21, 2019, meeting with Calgary's mayor up to the two members of his government now entrusted with being ambassadors to the region.
Ongoing efforts by senators to distance themselves from party politics took another turn on Monday, November 18, 2019, as a Conservative senator quit his caucus over concerns about the party's leader, and an attempt by the last senators sitting as Liberals to officially rebrand themselves ended.
Fewer newcomers from disadvantaged groups became Canadian citizens during a 10-year period that coincided with the previous Conservative government's changes to the citizenship program, new Statistics Canada research shows.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe's back-to-back meetings with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday, November 12, 2019, yielded few results in the search for national unity after a divisive federal election.
Justin Trudeau pushed aside on Friday, September 20, 2019, global mockery of his decisions years ago to dress in blackface, saying he's focused on apologizing to Canadians — including his rival, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh.