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AFN chiefs adopt unified front, demand Ottawa pay 'minimum' of $20B to child welfare survivors
Assembly of First Nations chiefs agreed to set their differences aside and demand Canada immediately compensate people harmed by the underfunded on-reserve child-welfare system in an 11th hour show of unity on Wednesday night in Ottawa.
Government will review RCMP contract awarded to China-linked company
Government officials says the federal government will investigate an RCMP equipment contract awarded to a company with ties to China's government — and will also change its approach to procurement.
Federal government awarded RCMP contract to firm with ties to China
The federal government awarded a contract to provide and maintain RCMP communications equipment to a firm with financial ties to the Chinese government, Radio-Canada has learned.
Visa issues at COP15 biodiversity summit in Montreal could be due to UN delays
The COP15 conference on biodiversity loss is underway in Montreal, but hundreds of delegates from developing countries are missing out due to visa issues that could stem from the United Nations issuing late accreditations.
Ukraine will negotiate with Russia on the battlefield, MPs tell Canadian audience
Russia needs to be defeated, isolated and punished for making war on Ukraine — and western policymakers need to accept that and start thinking about what could happen after the shooting stops — a senior member of the Ukrainian parliament told a Canadian audience on Tuesday.
'This type of a ban will affect the hunters': Yukon leaders say federal gun bill worrisome
The federal government introduced a bill earlier this fall to ban handguns to address gun violence in Canada. In late November, proposed amendments added certain long guns to the bill, and the change is raising concerns for many hunters across the country, including in the Yukon.
Trudeau announces $800M for Indigenous-led conservation initiatives
Ottawa not legally required to bring Canadians home from Syria, federal lawyer tells court
Federal COVID-19 vaccine, benefits rollout swift but wasteful: AG
Danielle Smith rejects suggestion that bill giving cabinet sweeping powers was a mistake
Proposed changes to Greenbelt risk 'irreversible harm,' Parks Canada says
AFN begins assembly amid still-simmering internal tensions
14 beams of light lit above Montreal in honour of victims of Polytechnique massacre
Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin acquitted of sexual assault
Amnesty International Canada hit by cyberattack out of China, investigators say
Veterans Affairs says it has no proof former paralympian was offered assisted death
NDP MPs call on feds to step up after Winnipeg police charge man with multiple murders
Ottawa reopens 2 NEXUS offices in effort to address application backlog
Assembly of First Nations chiefs to vote on $20B child welfare deal
Canada imposes more sanctions on Haitian elites, targeting country's wealthiest people
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