Alberta's Conservative justice minister is blaming the opposition NDP, Ottawa and media for the COVID-19 disaster in Alberta, which has the highest rate of COVID-19 infection of any jurisdiction in the US and Canada.
NDP Health Critic Don Davies says the Trudeau government feeds voter cynicism by abandoning their 2019 election promise on universal pharmacare, which would ensure coverage for every Canadians and save $5 billion.
An airline industry lobby group wants Ottawa to drop quarantine requirements for international passengers from some countries.
Dr. Tam warns that even fully vaccinated people can become infected and transmit COVID-19 to others, though the likelihood is far less than among unvaccinated populations.
An UN committee is probing allegations from the Mi'kmaq nation in Nova Scotia that Ottawa's decades of refusing to allow them a "moderate livelihood" fishery is racist discrimination.
With about 10 per cent of its pilot positions unfilled, the RCAF is now working with Immigration Canada to bring pilots from outside Canada.
Alberta and Manitoba are tightening public health restrictions in effort to contain surging numbers of COVID-19 cases.
Protestors rally to support businesses owner in small Alberta town who refuses to follow public health rules. The cafe has been closed by Alberta Health Services after more than 400 complaints.
Liberals say changes to EI to include gig workers must wait until the data systems that administer EI are upgraded. There were about 1.7 million gig workers in 2016, a 70 per cent jump from a decade earlier.
Universities wrestle with requiring students to provide proof of immunization in order to participate in in-person classes when schools re-open in September.