Despite recently voting non-confidence in the federal government during the peak of the third wave, the BQ will now sponsor a motion today saying triggering an election during the pandemic would be irresponsible.
Saskatchewan's Moe government is proposing to start lifting public health restrictions once 70 per cent of residents have received a single shot, but an epidemiologist warns a single dose doesn't prevention transmission, particularly against variants.
Conservative MP Diane Finley has resigned her Commons seat, effective immediately. Finley has held the rural southwest Ontario seat of Haldimand-Norfolk since 2004.
Nazi flags being flown in Alberta towns of Breton and Boyle are "displays of hate that go against the values that Canada stands for," says Jewish community advocate.
After two members of a small community in BC have been shot in two separate incidents with RCMP, local First Nations leaders want greater access to the watchdog investigating.
Excepting ultra-conservative MP Derek Sloan, all MPs have given second reading support to Bill C-19, which allows a three-day voting window and wider use of mail-in ballots to be used in case of an election during the pandemic.
After chewing up three quarters of Bill C-19 debate time to discuss pipelines, Conservatives are angry the NDP will vote with the government to move ahead with the bill, which would establish pandemic safety measures for any election.
A new Leger poll says 82 per cent of Canadians are confident in vaccines and almost 75 per cent want to receive a vaccine passport when they have received two doses. Passports could be required for travel, dining out or attending sports events.
Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says there's a clear link between anti-mask protests and far-right extremism. As health care workers work to battle the deadly virus, ultra-conservative politicians have been key speakers at anti-mask rallies.