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MONTREAL Quebecers living near the Canada United States border, where thousands of migrants have crossed irregularly into the country since 2017, will receive more than $400, 000 to compensate them for...
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ST. JOHN S, N.L. Newfoundland and Labrador will receive $2.5 billion from Ottawa over 38 years from the newly reviewed Atlantic Accord, a crucial federal provincial agreement on offshore resource...
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Immigration officials say the funding increase contained in last week s federal budget is needed because more people are making refugee claims. Ensuring that the most vulnerable people...
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The federal government has finalized a deal that will deliver millions of dollars to a remote Indigenous community in northern Ontario to help tackle a housing crisis that is affecting...
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OTTAWA The federal government is launching a review of the Official Languages Act, saying it is time to modernize the decades old law. The 1969 law enshrined Canadians right...
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OTTAWA Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the federal effort to end all boil water advisories in First Nations communities has all the funding it needs. In response to a university...
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Last July, an Ontario judge quashed the Canada Revenue Agency s long standing rule that charities could devote no more than 10 per cent of their resources to political activities or...
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OTTAWA The federal government is boosting its funding for pre arrival settlement services for immigrants to Canada, with the aim of accelerating newcomers ability to adjust to life in...
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A presentation to top civil servants last year, marked secret, says the government wanted to find a way to dispel stereotypes that act as employment barriers. Published Thursday, January 3,...
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OTTAWA The federal infrastructure minister says he is looking to connect private backers with some of the country s rural and northern communities to pay for badly needed broadband...
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OTTAWA Federal foot dragging over secrecy is risking the right to timely justice for a man accused of trying to spy for China on Canadian shipbuilding plans, his lawyer charges....
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OTTAWA Suspended Vice Admiral Mark Norman s lawyers are accusing the federal Department of Justice of refusing to co operate with their numerous requests for documents that they say are required...
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OTTAWA Internal memos show Canadian officials have been quietly preparing for the fallout from an atmospheric nuclear weapons test by North Korea, including the spread of radioactive debris across the...
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OTTAWA The Liberal government plans to introduce federal legislation on Indigenous child and family services in the new year, written in co operation with Indigenous groups. Indigenous Services Minister Jane...
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OTTAWA The current ban prohibiting men who have sex with men from donating blood for one year could soon be reduced to three months. Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor...
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OTTAWA The federal government is taking immediate steps to remove some regulatory barriers to trade across the country, hoping to persuade provinces to follow its example. For starters, it...
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OTTAWA Despite publicly confirming that Russia interfered in the last federal election and warning that it will doubtless try again in next year s vote, the Trudeau government won...
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OTTAWA Less than 24 hours before one of the busiest shopping days of the year, the federal government has tabled legislation that once passed, would force Canada Post workers...
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The federal government could introduce legislation to force an end to strike action by Canada Post workers as soon as Thursday night. We are extremely serious, Labour Minister Patty Hajdu...
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