Ontario government will need to recall new defective licence plates, minister says

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B.C. government won’t get involved in taxi boundary debate as Metro Vancouver prepares for ride-hailing business licence – BC

B.C. Transportation Minister Claire Trevena says she will not wade into the debate over whether municipal taxi boundaries should be scrapped in Metro Vancouver.

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How ongoing, year-old talks between Wet’suwet’en and B.C. government could help solve pipeline impasse

As cabinet ministers broker urgent meetings over rail blockades in support of hereditary chiefs in northern British Columbia, a series of negotiations over the

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Contract talks between Alberta government, doctors fall apart

Efforts to secure a new deal between the Alberta government and physicians hit another roadblock Friday after the government called the voluntary mediation process “unsuccessful.”

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Halifax mental health walk-in clinic project to resume thanks to government help – Halifax

A Halifax mental health walk-in clinic program, aimed at helping those who are marginalized, homeless or live with addictions, will soon be back up

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Federal government provides millions to companies working on ways to cut plastic waste

The federal government will give $1 million each to three companies developing technologies to address plastic waste from food packaging and construction. Environment Minister

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First Nation chief and Alberta’s Kenney government in war of words as Teck oil mine decision nears

Alberta’s Indigenous relations minister says a last-minute war of words with a First Nations leader over a multibillion-dollar oilsands mine is a case of

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Alberta government to table budget on Feb. 27, finance minister says

The Alberta government will table its budget on Feb. 27, two days after the spring session opens with a throne speech. To prepare for

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The Venezuela Project: Canadian man charged in alleged Iranian government money laundering scheme

An Iranian-Canadian man has been accused of bank fraud in an alleged money laundering and sanctions evasion scheme involving Iran’s government, a state-owned oil

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B.C. government to rebuild washed out road south of Quesnel

The B.C. government will spend $103.4 million to rebuild a Cariboo road that was washed out by flooding nearly two years ago. Five sections of West Fraser

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