Politics And Policy


Trudeau government to spend $88 million on COVID-19 advertising

The Liberals are set to spend over $88 million on spreading public messages about COVID-19, everything from health advice, to marketing government programs.

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Rod Rosenstein admits Russians tried to interfere with elections with no American collusion

"Russians committed crimes seeking to influence the election and Americans did not conspire with them."

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West Nipissing strikes down bylaw to outlaw smell of cannabis

Pot smokers everywhere can exhales a smoky breath of relief as the smell of cannabis will not be outlawed in West Nipissing.

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Doug Ford pays tribute to late brother Rob in touching birthday tribute

On Thursday, Doug Ford released a post to Twitter paying tribute to his late brother Rob for what would have been his 51st birthday.

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Quebec government to help bail out Cirque du Soleil amid pandemic

The famous Cirque du Soleil is set to be bailed out by Quebec's provincial government, as announced by Pierre Fitzgibbon, Quebec's Economy Minister.

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NDP applies for Trudeau government's federal wage subsidy as donations drop-off

The New Democratic Party is now one of the organizations looking for a federal wage subsidy amid the pandemic.

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WATCH: Joe Biden says black voters who don't vote for him "ain't black"

Joe Biden is taking some heat after making a controversial statement on the popular morning radio show The Breakfast Club.

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Cuomo and other governors blame Trump for their own deadly nursing home failures

Governors that have engaged in lockdowns and enforced quarantines and business closures for all of their residents have sorely neglected their nursing home populations.

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Most Canadians are in favour of postponing elections due to coronavirus

Most Canadians feel that elections in the country should be pushed until COVID-19 is under control.

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WATCH: Pierre Poilievre highlights major problems with Trudeau's bailouts to large corporations

Poilievre says that while large corporations are indeed hurting, the measures announced today by Trudeau could come back to harm Canadians down the road.

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Ontario Premier Doug Ford's approval rating skyrockets to 74%

After a rocky start to the year, Ford has turned things around and his approval rating is soaring during Ontario's fight against the pandemic.

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Ford to unveil Ontario economic reboot plans next week

Plans on how to reopen the Ontario economy will be unveiled as early as next week by the provincial government.

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Windsor Water World opens its doors to homeless during the pandemic

Homeless people in Windsor, Ontario will now have a place to go while the pandemic continues with a new day program offered at Windsor Water World.

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Calgary bans public events to August 31

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi announced on Friday that all public events in the city will be banned until August 31 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Over 7 million Canadians have applied for CERB in a month

The number of Canadians who have applied for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit has reached over seven million, according to recent data.

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