The minority Liberals have offered the opposition NDP to strengthen their climate target legislation, Bill C-12, but appear to reject the NDP proposal to add more target dates. The bill's first target date is 2030.
A tax of just 15 per cent on 2020 excess corporate profits during the pandemic would yield $7.9 billion in federal revenues, while a one per cent tax on personal wealth over $20 million would generate $5.6 billion, says PBO.
Commons committee testimony and email evidence contradicts Prime Minister Trudeau's claim yesterday that no one in his office knew allegations against Canada's top military officer was a "Me Too complaint."
Patients in ICUs from COVID-19 rose 21 per cent last week, now over 4,000 hospitalized says Tam.
As applications to nursing schools swell, some say their interest was sparked by a concern for the inequality of the coronavirus pandemic.
Commons committee probing government handling of Vance allegations will consider new witnesses after former PMO staffer testifies the PM's chief of staff Katie Telford directed him to investigate concerns raised to the Minister of Defence.
Montreal dockworkers, without a contract since 2018 and facing a "policy of provocation" with shift changes, are now under attack from the federal Liberals, who've indicated they plan to outlaw any effort to strike.
A failing response to climate change threatens to cost Canadians $100 billion, says a global insurance company's report. Canadian emissions continue to rise even thought they are falling -- in some cases, rapidly -- in all other G7 countries.
Former Chief of Defence Staff Vance said he "owned" the military police investigative service and threated the woman he was having an affair with if she didn't lie to investigators, according to testimony at a Commons committee yesterday.
Canadian MPs yesterday unanimously agreed to an opposition motion calling on the federal government to suspend flights from COVID-19 hot spots, a few hours before the government banned flights from India for 30 days.