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Trudeau says Canadians watching U.S. events in 'horror,' avoids naming Trump after long pause
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took his time answering when asked to comment this morning on U.S. President Donald Trump's threat to use military force against protesters in the United States demonstrating over the death of a black man in police custody.
MPs meet for 'hybrid' House of Commons COVID-19 special committee LIVE
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his ministers face questions from opposition MPs as the Commons' special committee on COVID-19 meets in-person and via video conference.
Trans Mountain anticipates stable pipeline demand despite pandemic
Canadians are staying home in droves and burning less fuel thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the Trans Mountain pipeline corporation forecasts shipping demand on its existing pipeline will remain strong in 2020.
Interim payments approved after delays in 60s Scoop settlement compensation draw criticism
Report on federal election leaders' debates suggests permanent commission
Trudeau says anti-black racism is alive in Canada and 'we need to be better'
Canada's new drug price rules pushed to next year
Federal government to fast-track $2.2B to help municipalities hit hard by pandemic
B.C. bans commercial landlords who forgo federal rent relief from evicting tenants
Canada, Britain not interested in Russia attending G7 despite another Trump trial balloon
Meet the 'forgotten Canadians' stranded in remote corners of the world demanding help to get home
Canadian Transportation Agency overwhelmed by 2-year backlog of air passenger complaints
Ottawa pledges millions to promote tourism within Canada amid COVID-19 pandemic
Cooped up by the pandemic, more people are taking part in polls
Former Bloc Québécois leader Michel Gauthier dies at 70
As NHL looks to restart season, just how accommodating should governments be with quarantine rules?