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The Sprout: Transport legislation amendments hit the Commons floor

Posted: 03 May 2018 08:05 AM PDT

Good morning and welcome to the Sprout, where it’s World Press Freedom Day – the annual day of remembrance for those journalists and media workers who have lost their lives and a day to reflect on the challenges, struggles and sometimes downright dangerous situations journalists find themselves in to ensure the public is well informed. Here's […]

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Erin Weir booted from NDP caucus after harassment claims

Posted: 03 May 2018 07:55 AM PDT

NDP MP Erin Weir. THE CANADIAN PRESS IMAGES/Adrian WyldErin Weir has been booted from NDP caucus following multiple allegations of harassment, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh confirmed Thursday. Singh informed Weir of his decision Wednesday night. Singh launched an investigation after a Feb. 1 allegation of sexual harassment against the Saskatchewan MP. After scrutinizing the claims, the investigator found one accusation of harassment and […]

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The Drilldown: Hawaii to ban sale of sunscreens harmful to coral

Posted: 03 May 2018 05:46 AM PDT

Legislators in Hawaii passed a groundbreaking bill on Tuesday, which will prohibit the sale of sunscreens that are believed to be harmful to marine ecosystems. The legislation was introduced by Senator Mike Gabbard and bans the sale and distribution of any non-prescription sunscreen containing oxybenzone and octinoxate. The chemicals in question have been shown to […]

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Stop executive bonuses until rank-and-file employees are paid properly: PSAC

Posted: 03 May 2018 05:14 AM PDT

In the wake of the Phoenix fiasco, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) is taking aim at federal executives and demanding the government stop paying them performance bonuses until employees are paid properly. The union's demand for bonuses paid to executives to be put on hold "until every worker is correctly paid every time" […]

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At committee today: Brison’s $7 billion, Morneau’s budget and human rights in Iran

Posted: 03 May 2018 04:30 AM PDT

Treasury Board President Scott Brison can expect to spend most, if not all of his upcoming question-and-answer session at GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS defending his decision to establish a controversial $7 billion contingency fund that has sparked concerns amongst both opposition parties and independent accounting experts, including Parliamentary Budget Officer Jean-Denis Frechette. Scrap the $7 B fund […]

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Cannabis Act would further criminalize some marijuana users, committee hears

Posted: 03 May 2018 04:07 AM PDT

The government's Cannabis Act doesn't go far enough to legalize marijuana, a panel representing law and bar associations told the senate committee studying Bill C-45 today. "The message that Canadians have is that cannabis will be legal soon. This is not true," said Paul J. Calarco, a member of the Canadian Bar Association. There are […]

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NDP MP promotes bid to combat plastic pollution as Tories raise concerns over proposed tanker ban

Posted: 03 May 2018 04:00 AM PDT

After cancelling Wednesday afternoon proceedings due to the sudden death of Conservative MP Gord Brown, the House is set to revert to the pre-scheduled itinerary today — which, for Transport Minister Marc Garneau, means rising in the Chamber to make the case for why the Commons should reject the Senate's proposed changes to his attempt […]

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Morning Brief: Press freedom, paused partisanship and pot

Posted: 03 May 2018 03:59 AM PDT

Today's Morning Brief is brought to you by the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions.

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Press Freedom Cartoon

Posted: 03 May 2018 03:32 AM PDT

Cartoon by Ed Hall

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Despite opposition anger, Brison sticking with $7B spending fund

Posted: 03 May 2018 02:56 AM PDT

The Liberal government shows no sign of backing down on a $7-billion fund for budgetary spending that Canada's budget watchdog has assailed for weakening Parliament's control and scrutiny of the public purse. Treasury Board Scott Brison is facing attack on all fronts over a new $7-billion reserve fund. The opposition calls it a giant 'slush […]

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