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G20 leaders end summit with pledges aligned to Trudeau agenda

NUSA DUA, Indonesia: The world's largest economies are closing the G20 summit with strong condemnation of Russia and a pledge to deepen collaboration aimed...

Minister links chronic pain with toxic drug overdoses, commits $5M to...

Vancouver: The federal government is putting $5 million toward chronic pain resources in what Carolyn Bennett, minister of mental health and addictions, says is...

PM free to reopen Constitution if he has problem with notwithstanding...

Ottawa: Ontario Premier Doug Ford raised the spectre of a fresh constitutional battle between Ottawa and the provinces on Monday even as he indicated...

Trudeau joins families of Flight 752 in Canada wide protests against...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stood with the families of the victims of Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 on Saturday as they lent their voices...

Survey suggests 20 per cent of Canadians skipping meals to cut...

Saskatoon: Laurie O'Connor says more people in Saskatoon are struggling to get food for themselves and their families as prices in grocery stores rise...

Food bank usage across Canada hit all time high, nearly 1.5M...

The number of people using food banks across the country surged to an all-time high earlier this year, with high inflation and low social...

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits Ottawa, will meet with...

Ottawa: U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in Ottawa today, where he will meet with Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly and Prime Minister...

Two children dead, 46 year old man arrested in Laval, north...

LAVAL, Que. _ Police say two children are dead and a 46-year-old man is under arrest after officers were called to intervene at a...

Potential tax relief on the way for B.C. small businesses, non-profits

Small businesses and non-profit organizations paying high property taxes because of future development potential may see some financial relief through new municipal property tax rate...

Jason Kenney on list of past Alberta premiers to resign amid...

Edmonton: Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced in May that he would be stepping down as United Conservative Party leader after receiving 51.4 per cent...

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