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Pharmacare may appeal to premiers seeking consensus this week in N.B.
Canada's premiers have been calling for a national pharmacare program since 2004. But they may never have been as close to getting one as they are this year — if they can put differences aside and agree on how to do it.
Number of government employees fired for misconduct, incompetence sees sharp increase
The number of federal government public servants fired for misconduct or incompetence has risen sharply in recent years, according to figures obtained by CBC News.
Trudeau to make announcement with premier today
The prime minister will meet with Premier Stephen McNeil and attend a barbecue in Antigonish.
Premiers' much-hyped internal trade deal hasn't amounted to much
On the day they released the Canadian Free Trade Agreement in 2017, all the provincial and territorial trade ministers were given a symbolic pair of golden scissors to remind them to start cutting interprovincial trade barriers. The trouble is, they aren't using them.
Indigenous housing providers raise alarms about future of federal funding deals
Watch Power & Politics for July 16, 2018
Members of Trudeau's youth council urge cancellation of Kinder Morgan buyout
U.S. launches tariff challenge at WTO against Canada, Mexico, Turkey, China and EU
Trump says he doesn't see why Russia would have meddled in election
As Trudeau shuffles his cabinet, which Liberals could use the profile boost at the ballot box?
Abdoul Abdi no longer facing deportation hearing, for now
Lobbying commissioner rejects complaints against firearms panel member
Half of 28 new judge positions announced in 2017 remain unfilled
Former NAFTA negotiator calls Trump's 'bluster' on trade deals offensive
If Canadians want pharmacare, tax hikes will follow, Kevin Page to warn first ministers
Doug Ford tilts the table away from Trudeau's agenda
At the NATO summit, Trudeau won the argument. Did it matter?
Father of bullying victim Rehtaeh Parsons calls Ford's sex-ed repeal 'infuriating'
Trudeau to shuffle cabinet Wednesday, source says
Senator breaks tradition, opens local office in Membertou
'Not Canadian': Hussen, MacLeod exchange sharp words over asylum seeker 'crisis'
Bellegarde slams 'wrong-headed' and 'exclusionary' meeting on First Nations rights
Peter MacKay calls for 'calm' following Trump's latest diplomatic blowup
Watch Power & Politics for July 13, 2018