Nearly a year into a pandemic, despite Christmastime scandals over politicians' vacation trips, and after more virulent strains have already entered Canada, the Trudeau Liberals have finally taken action to strengthen border control.
Last winter, the Alberta Kenney government proposed to privatize 164 provincial parks. A year later there's no public list of the private sector partners or the contracts they've struck with the Alberta government.
Six years after after a report recommended an independent body be created to hold the military to account on sexual assault and harassment, experts and opposition MPs say new allegations against former CDS Vance are proof the Trudeau Liberals need to act.
Canadian Labour Congress calls on Liberals to extend pandemic aid to unemployed workers who will start to exhaust CRB benefits next month.
Alberta Federation of Labour wants to meet with Premier Kenney and his labour minister for commitments that UCP government will protect workers facing workplace outbreaks.
Ontario's delayed pandemic response resulted in record-setting job losses late last year as 355,000 jobs killed, 765,000 workers took work hours cut, and youth employment jumped to 22 per cent.
Rural Municipalities of Alberta president says Alberta tax loopholes have made it hard to collect municipal taxes from oil and gas companies and their unpaid municipal taxes have tripled to $245M in two years.
After big surge in hate crimes -- particularly anti-Asian hate -- BC Premier Horgan says new anti-racism legislation is being prepared by his government.
Law firm Spiegel Sohmer reasoned that since many guests at the wedding of their lawyer's daughter were firm clients, $70,000 of the $169,000 wedding cost could be deducted from the firm's tax bill. The court disagreed.
An amended assisted-dying bill was finally approved by the Senate, but now won't be scheduled for Commons debate until next Tuesday and still needs to go back to the Senate. The third deadline extension is end of next week.