Christopher Reynolds

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Air traffic controllers say potential cuts at Nav Canada would put lives at risk

About 60 jobs are at stake in seven control towers from Whitehorse to Windsor, Ont.

Internal data shows surge in harassment complaints at Canada Revenue Agency, RCMP

Complaints of workplace harassment and violence have risen sharply at several federal departments and agencies in recent years, according to internal data.

Green Leader Annamie Paul to run in Toronto Centre, setting stage for rematch

Annamie Paul is doubling down on Toronto Centre. The Green Party leader plans to announce her candidacy for the nomination there Thursday ahead of a possible federal election, setting her up for a rematch in the riding she failed to win in a byelection less than four months ago.

NDP makes preemptive strike with election pledge on long-term care

The NDP is calling for the elimination of for-profit long-term care by 2030 in a multibillion-dollar plan presented as a potential election promise.

Parliamentary hearings over Zoom an ongoing headache for interpreters

Interpreters who translate English into French and vice versa at federal government proceedings are increasingly experiencing auditory issues that force them to go on leave, according to a new survey.

New cabinet minister Omar Alghabra slams 'harmful innuendo' by Bloc about his past

Transport Minister Omar Alghabra says he feels let down by Bloc Quebecois efforts to taint his past with "dangerous and harmful innuendo." 

CRTC chairman questions CBC head over transparency as broadcaster calls for 'flexibility' on online content

Oversight and transparency took centre stage on Day 1 of a nearly three-week review of the CBC's broadcasting licences, as the broadcaster asks Canada's telecommunications regulator to renew licences for its various English- and French-language audio and audiovisual programming services.

Anxiety, criticism greet arrival of Liberals' revamped commercial rent relief program

The federal government's latest lifeline to cash-strapped businesses landed with a swirl of anxiety as companies face an uncertain future that the country's finance minister summed up in three words: "Winter is coming."

Senators question Freeland on transparency of aid package for troubled businesses

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is pledging to fill a gap in the government's bid to bolster hard-hit businesses with rent relief, but she faced stern questions from senators about transparency. 

Airlines lure Canadians to buy tickets for flights that will never take off

Despite minuscule travel demand, Canadian airlines continue to schedule tens of thousands of monthly flights, then cancel the vast majority of them several weeks before departure. One expert called the strategy misleading.

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