Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Tacklem says funding affordable child care will help recovery from a recession that has forced many women from work due to closure of schools and child care.
Vaccine effectiveness mean workplace closures could be over by end of summer, but requirement for masking and limiting close contacts outside households may need to continue.
Over 300 workers at Canada Post's Gateway sorting plant are COVID-19 positive, but the federal government won't share information on safety enforcement, saying employers know best safety measures to protect workers.
After two days of silence about a far-right rally in Edmonton lit by tiki torches, a UCP Minister condemns white supremacy and racism.
Conservatives yesterday abstained from a Commons committee vote condemning the president of a pro-gun group who urged Canadians to "construct guillotines" for federal politicians who support gun control legislation.
PM Trudeau is welcome to raise U.S. federal government's Buy American policies on infrastructure projects, but "no change anticipated," says President Biden's spokesperson.
The cost of building a new science vessel for the Canadian Coast Guard has soared to nearly $1 billion, three times more than the cost estimated in 2016.
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan is refusing to tell Commons Committee when he became aware of allegations of sexual misconduct against former Chief of Defence Staff Vance, but insists he acted promptly.
Conservative leader Erin O'Toole has refused to respond to a video in which Conservative MP Cheryl Gallant tells members of the Queen's University Conservative club that Liberals want to legalize all drugs and normalize pedophilia.
Wave Two is receding, says Canada's chief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam, but new strains put Canada at "critical juncture" and provinces should not be lifting restrictions yet.