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Here's what everyone seems to be missing in the PBO's climate policy math
The simple math of climate policy rarely makes for straightforward politics. Consider this week's analysis by the parliamentary budget officer, and the respective responses of the Liberals and Conservatives.
CSIS destroyed secret file on Pierre Trudeau, stunning historians
Canada's spy service destroyed a Cold War dossier on Pierre Trudeau in 1989 instead of turning it over to the national archives, The Canadian Press has learned.
Canadians can expect tight supply when cannabis edibles become legal mid-December, officials say
Canadians should expect a small supply of cannabis edibles when they become legal in mid-December, and the limited range of products won't include goodies that might appeal to kids, government officials say.
Canada delays departure from Mali until end of August
Canada's peacekeeping contingent will stick around in Mali for an extra few weeks this summer in order to smooth the transition for the next country set to provide helicopter support for the United Nations mission in the war-torn country.
Election a chance to toughen climate-change targets: McKenna
François Legault defends decision to quash debate over immigration, religious symbols bills
Canada has a lot of catching up to do on sustainable growth, says panel
Canada Post wants to hike stamp prices to 92 cents starting next year
Fake online stories claim Trudeau begged foreign leaders 'to send him a million immigrants'
Feds approve $453M Manitoba-Minnesota transmission line
Cannabis edibles available for sale legally in mid-December
Ottawa picks 11 communities for pilot immigration project
Pharmacare plan presents fiscal problems that go beyond the price tag
House of Commons unanimously adopts new parental-leave policy for MPs
McKenna announces carbon tax on Alberta a week after province kills former tax
Beijing suggests its snub of Canada will continue until Meng Wanzhou is released
MP Cooper's statements on NZ attacker will be purged from the official record
Ottawa needs to boost carbon tax by $50 a tonne to meet emissions reduction targets: budget officer
Power & Politics June 13: China says responsibility in bilateral dispute 'lies entirely with Canada'
Metals mines association, accounting for most federal enviro assessments, OK with Bill C-69
Trudeau and Trump will meet in Washington next week
The Pollcast: The Year of Doug Ford