- Trudeau says Pfizer CEO assured him that vaccines will arrive in February
- Updated Trudeau says he's looking to improve vetting process for GGs following Payette controversy
- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government is looking at ways to strengthen the vetting process for the next governor general after his choice for the job — Julie Payette — resigned yesterday following reports she presided over a toxic work environment at Rideau Hall.
- In letter to PM, Kenney calls for consequences or compensation over Keystone XL cancellation
- Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is repeating his calls for economic retaliation after the U.S. cancelled the Keystone XL pipeline, or at least some compensation for TC Energy and the province for the loss of billions of dollars.
- New Trudeau set to speak with Biden in U.S. president's first call with a foreign leader
- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will speak with newly inaugurated U.S. President Joe Biden this afternoon — the first opportunity for the two leaders to chart a fresh course for the Canada-U.S. relationship following four tumultuous years with Donald Trump.
- China grants Canadian officials consular access to Michael Kovrig, but not to Michael Spavor
- China has granted Canadian officials in Beijing on-site virtual consular access to detained Canadian Michael Kovrig but not to his fellow detainee Michael Spavor, Global Affairs Canada said today.