Jim Carr visits Calgary as first stop as federal government’s special representative for the Prairies

In his first trip as the federal government’s special representative for the Prairies, Jim Carr will speak in Calgary today. The Winnipeg South Centre

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Alberta government’s delay on cannabis vaping sales the wrong move, industry group says

The Alberta government’s decision to put the brakes on the sale of cannabis vaping products will simply drive people to unsafe alternatives available on the

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Australia’s prime minister defends his government’s climate policy as fires rage – National

Australia’s embattled Prime Minister defended his government’s climate policy Monday, as authorities warned the wildfires crisis ravaging the country’s most populous state could fester

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‘Find some good solutions’: governments, experts, fishermen prepare for 2020 right whale regulations – New Brunswick

An annual roundtable meeting held by officials with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans has wrapped up after discussing how to deal with the

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How minority governments work — and what happens when they don’t

The results of the federal election of 2019 should become more or less clear sometime after 10 p.m. ET Monday night, give or take a

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CAQ caucus highlights government’s priorities, female cabinet ministers

Premier François Legault calls them his “dream team.” When the new parliamentary session begins on Tuesday, the 75 Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ) MNAs will

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Teachers, supporters gather at Alberta legislature to protest government’s curriculum review

A group of teachers, teachers’ aides and their supporters rallied at the Alberta legislature Wednesday at noon to protest the composition of a panel

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Ethics commissioner won’t investigate Kenney government’s refusal to appoint special prosecutor

Alberta’s ethics commissioner says she will not investigate the Kenney government’s refusal to appoint an outside Crown prosecutor to assist an ongoing RCMP investigation

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OSPCA turns down Ontario government’s request to stay on until new animal laws in force

TORONTO – Ontario’s animal welfare watchdog has turned down a government request to continue enforcing cruelty laws until the province passes a new law,

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Governments should help bridge job skills gap to address lack of wage growth: Canadian CEO – National

Canada may be experiencing one of its biggest labour shortages in years but that doesn’t mean employees are seeing wage growth reflecting that talent

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