- Why we must care about Donald Trump’s sex life
- No province asks to use federal carbon pricing system by deadline
- Industry committee aiming for early 2019 finish for Copyright Act review
- Senate sends transportation legislation back to the House
- Easter (Playboy) Bunny cartoon
- Evening Brief: Big Bills and Bulldozers
- Notley swaps royalties for debt, but keeps spending more
- NDP’s Singh says his caucus is united
- New federal bill would change jury selection, cut many preliminary hearings
- Ford will take a ‘bulldozer’ to Ontario: Wynne
Posted: 30 Mar 2018 07:00 AM PDT
All the Great Apes – and that includes you and me – live in groups and are intensely social. One of the ways they use their big brains is to monitor the relationships in their community: who is strong, who is dominant, who beats up whom, who submits to whom, who is virile, who is […]
Posted: 29 Mar 2018 03:28 PM PDT
No province has yet shown any interest in signing on to the federal government’s carbon pricing system instead of creating their own, potentially setting up a log jam for meeting the federal deadline for every province to have a $20 a tonne price on pollution by Jan. 1. Environment Minister Catherine McKenna told provinces last […]
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Posted: 29 Mar 2018 03:20 PM PDT
As Parliament settled into the Easter long weekend, the House of Commons committee on industry, science and technology announced it’s ready to take on the mandatory review of the statute governing Canada’s copyright laws – and will aim to complete the much-anticipated study “by early 2019.” The committee’s work plan, which it announced in a […]
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Posted: 29 Mar 2018 03:11 PM PDT
The Senate has sent the Liberal government’s proposed overhaul of Canada’s transportation legislation back to the House of Commons for reconsideration. The bill passed third reading on Thursday afternoon – two days after the Senate Transport Committee made 19 changes to the bill. Those changes include stricter guidelines around the use of video cameras in locomotives […]
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Posted: 29 Mar 2018 02:57 PM PDT
Posted: 29 Mar 2018 02:16 PM PDT
Tonight’s Evening Brief is brought to you by Canadian Nuclear Laboratories. Join CNL for the Ottawa premiere screening of "The New Fire" on Thursday April 26th. Learn how the next generation of nuclear engineers are taking on climate change with optimism, science, innovation and a commitment to a more equitable world. Good evening to you. […]
Posted: 29 Mar 2018 02:03 PM PDT
Deficit and debt mean current and cumulative financial shortfall respectively. Although consumers and households are warned against them, they have become the norm for most finance ministers. Alberta tabled its annual budget last week. The economy is sluggish but beginning to show signs of recovery. The NDP government is forecasting a deficit of $8.8 billion, […]
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Posted: 29 Mar 2018 01:40 PM PDT
BURNABY, B.C. — Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says his caucus is united behind him, despite recent discord over his decision to punish a veteran MP. After facing a backlash, Singh reversed his decision to oust Hamilton MP David Christopherson from his role as deputy chair of the procedure and House affairs committee. Singh says […]
Posted: 29 Mar 2018 01:35 PM PDT
The federal justice minister has tabled a mammoth bill that proposes, among other things, changing the way juries are selected and doing away with preliminary hearings for most criminal cases. Bill C-75, if passed, would update the Criminal Code to reform jury selection so the panels are “more representative of the Canadian population.” The minister […]
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Posted: 29 Mar 2018 01:15 PM PDT
TORONTO — Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has delivered her strongest attack yet against Doug Ford. Speaking ostensibly about her government’s budget to the Economic Club of Canada on Thursday, Wynne said Ontarians will face the “clearest, starkest choice” in the coming election. “Doug Ford wants to take a bulldozer to a province that has worked […]
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