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Trudeau encouraged by B.C. coronavirus data, but warns ‘we’re not out...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Saturday he was encouraged by data out of British Columbia showing the novel coronavirus pandemic may be starting to...

Government wins unanimous consent to pass emergency COVID-19 legislation – National

The government won unanimous consent to quickly pass emergency legislation to free up $82 billion to help Canadians weather the COVID-19 crisis.After a day...

Canada’s economy is reeling from the one-two punch of coronavirus and...

OTTAWA—Canada may be collateral damage in the oil price war and coronavirus slump that have cratered stock markets and sent economic jitters around...

As coronavirus spreads and oil prices plunge, Bill Morneau’s budget challenge...

OTTAWA—Already facing the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak and weeks of rail blockades, the federal Liberals must now factor in a global...

The key players in the Wet’suwet’en dispute — and how they’re...

OTTAWA—From Monday’s dramatic police action against Mohawk activists in Tyendinaga, to Friday’s closed-door meetings in Smithers, B.C. between government ministers and the hereditary...

Alberta pushes to kill Liberal plan to enshrine UN declaration on...

OTTAWA—Justin Trudeau, blamed by the Conservative Opposition for economic damage caused by rail blockades and Teck Resources’ decision to kill a massive oilsands...

The climate debate is tearing Canada apart, and that’s a failure...

Underneath all the arrests, the protests, the confrontations, the blockades and the threats of Alberta separatism that have engulfed our political space in...

OPP’s removal of Tyendinaga barricade ‘changes the dynamic’ in Wet’suwet’en crisis,...

OTTAWA—If Nathan Cullen took a step back from public life because he needed a break, he’s going to have to wait a little...

Thousands of protesters expected at Queen’s Park to support Wet’suwet’en solidarity...

Thousands of people are expected to rally in soldarity with the Wet’suwet’en chiefs at Queen’s Park Saturday afternoon. This comes a day after...

Wet’suwet’en barricades must now come down, Justin Trudeau says

OTTAWA—Calling the situation “unacceptable and untenable,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is demanding the ongoing Wet’suwet’en solidarity blockades come down as he laments how...
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