Trans Mountain is in deep trouble. So why is Trudeau getting chummy with B.C.’s premier?

Justin Trudeau keeps insisting the Trans-Mountain expansion will be built. But judging by his recent meetings with the country’s feuding NDP premiers, the prime

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Anti-pipeline protesters shout at Trudeau during campaign event in Burnaby, B.C

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says some people will choose the politics of anger, fear and division, but Liberals will stay focused on serving Canadians, bringing people together

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Cabinet shuffle shows reconciliation dropping in priority for Trudeau, say Indigenous advocates

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision to break up the “dream team” that was leading the work of mending Canada’s relationship with Indigenous Peoples is triggering concerns

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Kamloops mayor asks Trudeau for federal support for storm-drain, rail infrastructure

The mayor of Kamloops, B.C., made some lofty requests for federal funding when he met Justin Trudeau this week, saying he was “planting the seed” for

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‘Be a man!’: Indigenous protesters assail Justin Trudeau at B.C. town hall

“I don’t want to see your crocodile tears!” That was one of a number of comments with which Indigenous protesters confronted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at

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Why Justin Trudeau will be spending a lot of time in B.C. in 2019

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in British Columbia today, a province that could play a significant role in a Liberal victory in October’s federal election —

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Jason Kenney blames Trudeau, Notley for Alberta’s oil troubles

United Conservative Party Leader of Alberta Jason Kenney puts the blame of Alberta’s economy and oil trouble squarely on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and

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Why Trudeau is such a lightning rod in Alberta politics

OK, let’s just make it official and put Justin Trudeau’s name on the ballot for Alberta’s 2019 provincial election. I mean, Premier Rachel Notley

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Moe and Notley call on Trudeau to include oil price ‘crisis’ at first ministers meeting

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley have sent a joint letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asking him to include the oil

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Three’s Company: Trudeau, Ford and Scheer

On this week’s Focus Ontario, Who is the Prime Minister’s biggest opponent on the carbon tax file: Doug Ford or Andrew Scheer? A grave

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