Christian Noel

Reporter, Radio-Canada

Christian Noel is a reporter with Radio-Canada.

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Data shows Canada remains dependent on COVID-19 protective gear from abroad

The vast majority of masks, N95 respirators, gloves, screening equipment and other personal protective equipment (PPE) purchased by the federal government continues to come from foreign companies, according to information obtained by Radio-Canada.

Jean Charest to launch Conservative leadership bid Thursday, Radio-Canada sources say

Jean Charest, the former Premier of Quebec, will be a candidate to succeed Erin O'Toole as the head of the Conservative Party of Canada, and will make the official announcement on Thursday, two sources confirmed to Radio-Canada.

Jean Charest considering Conservative leadership run: sources

Jean Charest, the former Quebec premier and ex-leader of the federal Progressive Conservative Party, is preparing to run for the leadership of the Conservative Party, according to party sources who spoke with Radio-Canada.

Canada's new climate change target will exceed 40% cut in emissions: Radio-Canada sources

The Trudeau government is expected to announce a new target for greenhouse gas emissions — at least a 40 per cent reduction from 2005 levels by 2030.

Liberals introduce new bill to relax penalties for drug offences

The federal government has introduced a new bill to repeal mandatory minimum penalties for certain drug offences — penalties the Liberals say have disproportionately harmed Indigenous and Black offenders and those struggling with addictions.