OTTAWA — The Trudeau government's economic advisory council unveiled new recommendations Monday under five categories. Ottawa is widely expected to incorporate elements of these suggestions into its upcoming budget.
MONTREAL — The BC Lumber Trade Council and provincial government said Monday they will try to convince American consumers, politicians and lumber buyers that an equitable softwood lumber deal is needed to avoid the damage that will result from import restrictions into the U.S.
OTTAWA — About 200 Canadian people have been unable to use their Nexus cards to cross the American border since U.S. President Donald Trump ordered a temporary halt to immigration from certain countries, the federal public safety minister said Monday.
OTTAWA — RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson referenced the Mounties' decision to give rifles to more frontline officers as he expressed fears Monday about the increasing militarization of Canadian police forces.
OTTAWA — The head of the government's economic growth advisory council says governments need to find better ways to confront income inequality that risks becoming deeper as technology makes some jobs irrelevant.