Christina Romualdo is a field producer with CBC's Parliamentary Bureau. She previously worked at CBC's Power & Politics and CBC's flagship nightly newscast, The National.
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So you've had your second dose. What now?
The number of fully vaccinated Canadians is slowly rising and all levels of government are under pressure to start outlining which restrictions can be lifted for those who've gotten their second doses — and how they'll be expected to prove it.
Some NDP members call on party to stop clawing back campaign rebate cash
As the federal NDP prepares to spend double what it did in the 2019 election on the next campaign, some grassroots members say it's happening off their backs. New Democrat headquarters in Ottawa is keeping 100 per cent of all Elections Canada campaign expense reimbursements that usually flow to candidates and benefit electoral district associations.
Canadian researchers turn to wastewater tests at long-term care homes to detect COVID hot spots
Several Canadian universities are preparing to test wastewater from long-term care homes in Ottawa, Toronto and Edmonton to get early warnings of COVID-19 outbreaks.
Feds taking cautious approach in latest Oka conflict to avoid 'highly explosive situation'
The federal Liberals are treading carefully in how they respond to heated rhetoric over the current conflict in Oka with Quebec and Indigenous votes at stake.
Parks Canada strikes 1st agreement with Indigenous group to run national historic site
A new partnership has been forged between Parks Canada and Algonquin people in northwestern Quebec to co-manage a national historic site together.
Playing for the planet: How scientists use gaming to talk about climate change
The idea — to use video games to make the impacts of climate change "tangible," in a virtual way — came to Manjana Milkoreit after her research showed a problem with how the topic was being handled at the political level.
Meet your e-dealer: Shopify confident its online tech can handle cannabis demand
If the rollout of legal recreational marijuana goes more-or-less smoothly this week, an Ottawa-based tech firm will be able to claim at least some of the credit.
Patrick Brown says he's not to blame for Doug Ford's campaign woes
Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford has been pointing fingers at former party leader Patrick Brown during the current provincial election campaign. In an interview with CBC News, Patrick Brown is pointing back.