As Ottawa commits to protect treaty rights, Sipekne’katik chief says ‘actions speak louder than words’

The chief of the First Nation that has launched its own self-regulated lobster fishery and been the victim of multiple violent attacks in return

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Ottawa comes out in favour of injectable opioid therapy, urging Alberta not to shutter program

Canada’s health minister is calling on the Alberta government to reconsider the closure of its injectable opioid agonist treatment program, which Premier Jason Kenney

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Ottawa woman, 53, charged after breaking quarantine to work in long-term care home: police

An Ottawa woman has been charged under Canada’s Quarantine Act after police say she violated self-isolation orders to work at a long-term health facility

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How Ottawa hopes to supercharge Canada’s hydrogen fuel sector

For years, David Lloyd has been intrigued by hydrogen-powered cars. Living in Burnaby, B.C., he regularly passes by Ballard Power Systems — the hydrogen fuel cell company

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Ottawa to name two former residential schools as national historic sites

The federal government is today formally recognizing one of the darkest chapters in Canadian history as an event of national significance and is designating two former

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Ottawa to give provinces $2 billion to help reopen schools

The federal government will transfer $2 billion to provinces and territories to help them with the safe reopening of schools, CBC News has confirmed. Prime

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Albertans hope new Conservative leader has fresh ideas to boost economy, relations with Ottawa

The leadership race for the federal Conservatives, which ends on Sunday, comes at a time when Albertans are facing challenges on a number of

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TekSavvy raises monthly prices, accuses Ottawa of siding with major internet carriers – National

Independent telecommunications provider TekSavvy says it is raising its monthly internet prices while accusing the federal government of siding with major phone and cable

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Morneau leaves Ottawa with mixed record as politician, finance minister – National

Bill Morneau leaves federal politics as suddenly as he burst onto the Ottawa scene less than five years ago. In November 2015, the newly

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Ottawa reports $29M profit at Trans Mountain but critic says accounting flawed

A report that says the Trans Mountain pipeline system has earned net income of $29 million in the 19 months since it was purchased

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