- Trudeau, premiers meet in Ottawa on Trans Mountain pipeline
- Lottery losses have B.C. parents hoping for French teachers from Europe
- Canada notified in advance but not asked to help with Syria airstrikes
- Trudeau sidesteps talk of NAFTA deal, prepares to tackle pipeline crisis
- Manitoba agrees to keep public notices in papers
- U.S. VP Pence thanks Canada for backing Syria strikes, optimistic on NAFTA
Posted: 15 Apr 2018 08:13 AM PDT
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says for her, today’s meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and British Columbia Premier John Horgan is about explaining once and for all why the Trans Mountain pipeline is a project of national importance. Arriving on Parliament Hill to a blustery spring day, Notley scurried past two lone protesters carrying a […]
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Posted: 15 Apr 2018 06:50 AM PDT
VANCOUVER — British Columbia parents who have lost the chance to get their children into French immersion through a lottery system are hoping the education minister’s teacher-recruitment trip to Europe will create more opportunities for early bilingualism. Rahel Staeheli said she registered her daughter Milani for French immersion at two schools but learned in February […]
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Posted: 15 Apr 2018 06:30 AM PDT
LIMA, Peru — Canada was told in advance that the U.S., Britain and France were planning to launch airstrikes against Syria, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Saturday — but was not asked to participate. “We were apprised in advance of the operation,” Trudeau told reporters at the end of a three-day visit to Peru. “We […]
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Posted: 15 Apr 2018 06:12 AM PDT
LIMA, Peru — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will return to Ottawa on Sunday following a three-day trip to Peru hoping to calm tempers and find a peaceful resolution to the Trans Mountain pipeline crisis that has pitted Alberta and B.C. against each other. The prime minister is scheduled to sit down with Alberta Premier Rachel Notley […]
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Posted: 14 Apr 2018 04:57 PM PDT
WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is backing down from a plan to stop publishing notices of everything from environmental protection changes to public health orders in newspapers. Cathy Cox, the minister for sport, culture and heritage, says the government realizes it was moving too fast, and will not enact the relevant sections of an omnibus bill […]
Posted: 14 Apr 2018 10:44 AM PDT
LIMA, Peru — A new North American free trade deal appeared closer to reality on Saturday, after U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence became the latest Trump administration official to suggest an agreement could be reached within a matter of weeks. The notably optimistic assessment followed a similar prediction by U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Friday […]
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