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‘No choice’ in enforcing court injunctions against demonstrators, RCMP commissioner says
Canadian spycraft at risk if documents released on scientists’ firing, ex-national security adviser warns
Canada to re-examine definition of fully vaccinated once more people have had boosters
Conservative Saskatchewan Senator Denise Batters confirmed in regional party caucus despite removal from national caucus
NDP calls on federal government to give emergency one-off payment to desperate seniors
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Politics Briefing: Fate of 24 Sussex subject to consultations between PM, National Capital Commission
China’s efforts to force return of citizens who’ve immigrated a ‘growing problem,’ RCMP Commissioner says
Canada to lend Ukraine up to $120-million to counter ‘economic destabilization’ by Russia
Policing key focus of talks among Canada, U.S. and allies on Haiti recovery plan
opinion
New-era Senate won’t face its real test until we get our next Conservative government
John Ibbitson
John Ibbitson
Indigenous Services to provide $125-million for First Nations to respond to Omicron variant
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Politics Briefing: Canada raises alarm about possible Russian cyberattacks on critical infrastructure
Ottawa, National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation sign pact on handover of residential school documents
Ottawa inks agreement to share more residential schools records to Winnipeg centre
Canada’s cyberspy agency warns of Russian cyberattacks on critical infrastructure
Hundreds of academics ask Finance Minister Freeland to scrap carbon capture tax credit
Russia faces severe sanctions if it moves further into Ukraine, Foreign Affairs Minister says
opinion
A warning sign of government bloat
Campbell Clark
Campbell Clark
Canada set to extend training mission in Ukraine as it considers aid request
Liberal government ‘undermines’ financial transparency with delays in disclosing spending details, PBO says
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Politics Briefing: Canada is concerned about prospect of war in Ukraine, Trudeau says
Federal government in no rush to conduct overdue parliamentary review of assisted dying law
Liberals press Conservatives to change mind on proposal for Winnipeg lab documents
Opposition parties call on Auditor-General to investigate McKinsey outsourcing contracts
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Politics Briefing: Ukraine calls on Canada for weapons, other help as war threat rises
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh supports vaccination, but is concerned about Quebec’s proposed tax on the unvaccinated
opinion
O’Toole keeps running, but it doesn’t look like he’s going anywhere
Campbell Clark
Campbell Clark
Security flaw found in smartphone app for Olympians in Beijing
Chinese government expanding use of coercion to bring back citizens abroad, report says
Ottawa turns to consulting firm McKinsey to fix Phoenix pay system, doubling spending on outsourcing
Canada’s former ambassador to China Dominic Barton cleared of possible ethics breach
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Politics Briefing: Health Canada approves Pfizer’s COVID-19 antiviral treatment
opinion
Justin Trudeau’s vaccine promise that wasn’t made to be kept
Campbell Clark
Campbell Clark
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole under pressure to revive Canada-China committee
Liberals spend billions more on outsourced contracts since taking power
CSIS survey finds majority of Canadians leery of giving more powers to police, intelligence agencies
Trailblazing former NDP leader Alexa McDonough dies at 77
CBSA employees awaiting clarification as trucker vaccine mandate looms, union says
opinion
In a dangerous world, Canada is unprepared on every front. It needs to come to its own defence
John Ibbitson
John Ibbitson
Canada urged to reverse on-arrival mandatory COVID-19 testing policy for travellers
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Politics Briefing: Health Minister, top doctor to update Commons committee on pandemic response
Ontario cabinet minister Rod Phillips to resign seat, won’t seek re-election