The Canadian military got in on trolling the far-right group the Proud Boys this weekend, by reappropriating the hashtag #ProudBoys with sentiments about gay love.
The Green Party of Canada’s three member caucus, including former leader Elizabeth May, defended the party’s former executive director following revelations that he helped cover-up allegations of sexual abuse at a previous job.
The federal government has reintroduced its proposed changes to the medical assistance in dying legislation to address a Quebec ruling against the original bill first introduced in 2016.
The bill, numbered as Bill C-7, matches that which was introduced in February, long before Parliament was prorogued, clearing progress of all legislation before the House.
Andrew Wilkinson’s BC Liberals used a digitally-altered image of The Province newspaper’s front page for a recent series of partisan ads on Facebook.
Postmedia confirmed to PressProgress they were aware of the BC Liberal ads and said the media conglomerate’s legal department is currently looking into them.
Should we be getting ready for "Alberta Day," my fellow Albertians?
Does Jason Kenney have a plan to erase Labour Day and replace it with something called Alberta Day on or about September 1?
Throughout the pandemic we have consistently heard stories about brave front-line heroes. Those who have kept the essential sectors of our economy and society operational in these most uncertain of times. Whether it is health care, construction, public transportation or grocery stores -- we rightfully see these workers represented, acknowledged and thanked in public service announcements and advertisements.
A tax plan that includes progressive taxation and the creation of a sovereign wealth fund have the potential to improve lives post-pandemic.
Confronting the immediate economic fallout from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will be the primary focus of the federal government in the weeks and months to come, according to experts and economists, especially as the ‘second wave’ is likely to flatten any economic growth Canada has seen following the reopening of major parts of the economy in the summer.
Lyft Canada Inc. is looking to the federal government for clarity around several issues concerning its ride-share app.
According to its latest log in the federal Registry of Lobbyists, Lyft wants to get in touch with staff in Transport Minister Marc Garneau’s office about it’s commitment to having only electric vehicles drive for the company. It’s also interested in talking to Labour Minister Filomena Tassi about the status of gig workers in Canada.