Politics

What do Canadians want to see in the upcoming federal budget?

All eyes will be on Ottawa on Tuesday as the federal government is set to deliver its annual budget. Prime…

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Quebec employers group worried ‘political’ immigration debate will hurt jobs

The latest spat between Quebec and Ottawa over immigration is based on politics and not the reality of the labour…

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We’re taught that our homes are an asset. And that’s helping keep housing prices high

If you listen to Canadian politicians, the solution to our housing crisis seems to be some combination of immigration reform…

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Israel calls on Canada to list Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps as terrorist group

Israel’s ambassador to Canada is calling on Ottawa to list the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as a terrorist organization, as…

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Israel hails success in blocking Iran’s drone and missile strikes as Tehran warns against retaliation

The latest: Iran warns of further attacks if Israel retaliates. Israel will exact price from Iran when time is right, minister says. Israel reports…

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The federal government under Trudeau is bigger — but not as big as it used to be

Earlier this year, the Public Service Commission of Canada reported that the size of the federal public service had reached a…

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Countries that lost citizens in aid convoy attack reject Israel Defense Forces report

Alone among the countries that lost citizens in the Israeli drone strike on an aid convoy on April 1, Canada…

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How to follow CBC’s federal budget coverage

The prime minister and cabinet ministers have spent the last few weeks touring the country to preview some of the key…

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Unions want action to protect rights, not rhetoric, from federal leaders, Canada’s largest labour group says

Canada’s largest labour organization is urging unions to hold politicians to account when they profess to champion the country’s working…

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Alberta premier says she’s prepared to take Ottawa to court over housing deals

Federal officials and Alberta Premier Danielle Smith clashed again on Friday over steps Ottawa is taking to boost housing construction across…

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