Month: June 2019

Canada, U.S. Sign Deal To Give Travellers More Options Crossing The Border

OTTAWA — A new agreement between Canada and the United States will soon allow travellers and cargo to pre-clear customs

MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes: Black Civil Servants Are Passed Over For Promotions In Federal Government

OTTAWA — Independent MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes says qualified black Canadians are being passed over for promotions to senior positions in

Why Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith Tabled A Drug Decriminalization Bill At The Worst Time

OTTAWA — In the final days of the final days of the  House of Commons, a Liberal MP introduced a

Deal Between Feds, Unions Gives Paid Time Off For Domestic Violence

OTTAWA — Several new deals reached between the federal government and one of its biggest civil-service unions that allow paid

'Follow-Up' Podcast: Liberals Gear Up For The Election With Some Baggage

OTTAWA — Days before the House of Commons adjourned, Government House Leader Bardish Chagger lamented in her office that the

Renata Ford To Run For People's Party In Federal Election

TORONTO — Renata Ford is running for a seat in Parliament with the People’s Party of Canada. Ford is the

Trump Tells Trudeau He'll Do 'Anything I Can' To Help With Canadians Detained In China

WASHINGTON — It was third time lucky for Justin Trudeau in Washington on Thursday as President Donald Trump welcomed his

Desjardins Group Data Breach Affects Nearly 3 Million Customers

MONTREAL ― Desjardins Group said Thursday the personal information of more than 2.9 million of its members has been shared

Canada Resettled More Refugees Last Year Than Any Other Country: UN

OTTAWA — As the number of displaced people worldwide reaches modern highs, new figures show Canada resettled more refugees last

Ontario Layoffs Affect 400 Health-Care Workers

TORONTO — More than 400 health-sector workers are being laid off in Ontario as the Progressive Conservative government moves to