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Hockey Canada scandal shows the need to ban non-disclosure agreements, advocates say
There are growing calls to outlaw non-disclosure agreements across the country as Hockey Canada and other sports organizations reel from sexual assault scandals, including some that led to multi-million dollar payouts to keep details about the incidents secret.
Greens pitch an unconventional leadership race featuring video games and an open mic night
The Green Party of Canada prides itself on doing politics differently, and its upcoming leadership race might not disappoint.
Top commander defends military's vaccine requirement, says 'tweak' in the works
Canada's top military commander said he will "tweak" the vaccine mandate for the Armed Forces in the next few weeks but defended vaccine requirements as necessary to keep the military ready to respond to any emergency.
Freeland condemns police brutality after altercation between police and Senegalese diplomat
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland is condemning police brutality in the wake of an allegedly violent altercation between Gatineau police officers and a Senegalese diplomat.
Kitchener, Ont., man pleads guilty to threatening prime minister at 2021 campaign stop
A Kitchener, Ont., man has pleaded guilty to threatening Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a campaign stop in nearby Cambridge last summer, court documents confirm.
Hockey Canada appoints lawyer as new chair of board of directors amid controversy
Hockey Canada appointed Toronto-based lawyer Andrea Skinner to serve as interim chair of its board of directors while facing intense public pressure for a major shakeup in leadership.
Liberals will fulfil promise of dental care for kids, Freeland says
Diplomat involved in Gatineau police altercation was in legal dispute with landlord
Top soldier says he won't confirm or deny that Canadians troops are on the ground in Ukraine
Hockey Canada dropped non-disclosure agreement with sexual assault complainant
Bill Graham, a former defence and foreign affairs minister, has died
Nearly 9 million Canadians have uncashed cheques from the CRA — worth $1.4B
Hockey Canada clarifies incidents reported to Sport Canada after discrepancy at committee
RCMP says it's not using controversial Pegasus spyware to covertly access cellphones
Bill with incentives for 'North American' electric vehicles passes in U.S. Senate
Many federal government employees balking at returning to offices
Ottawa on track to spend $200M per year on cannabis for veterans
Quebec police watchdog asked to investigate alleged beating of Senegalese diplomat
A secret no more: Canada's 1st codebreaking unit comes out of the shadows
Chair of Hockey Canada's board of directors resigns
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