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NDP looks to take advantage of Liberals' polling slump by pushing for policy wins: sources

Knowing that the Liberals have little appetite for an election over the coming year, the NDP is looking to push the government for more policy concessions, party sources tell Radio-Canada.

Justin Trudeau is preparing a summer cabinet shuffle — and all eyes are on Mendicino

As the Liberal team recovers from a bruising few weeks in Parliament, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is preparing to reshuffle his cabinet over the summer, sources tell Radio-Canada.

A foreign agents registry bill will be tabled later this year: source

The federal government will move forward with the creation of a registry of foreign agents to help prevent China and other countries from meddling in Canada's affairs, Radio-Canada has confirmed. 

Trudeau family vacationed with wealthy friends who donated to Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family spent the last holiday season at a luxurious estate in Jamaica belonging to a wealthy family that made a large donation two years ago to the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation, Radio-Canada has learned.

Poilievre asks CRA to audit Trudeau Foundation over donations connected to foreign governments

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre has written to the Canada Revenue Agency asking it to “launch a fulsome audit” of the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation with a focus on donations the charity received from foreign governments.

After years of stalled talks, Canada and U.S. reach border deal on irregular migrants: sources

The Trudeau government has reached a deal with the United States on irregular migration which will allow Ottawa to close the Roxham Road irregular crossing at the Canada-U.S. border, sources told CBC News.

Ottawa preparing to go toe-to-toe with U.S. to subsidize EV battery production in Canada

The federal government is preparing to transform its industrial policy in a bid to shelter Canada’s production of electric-vehicle batteries from the threat of billions in new subsidies that are being offered in the United States, sources said.

Ottawa sanctions 34 Iranian officials and entities — Liberal MP says it's not enough

The federal government is slapping sanctions on 34 Iranians and Iranian entities, including members of the country's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and morality police — but a Liberal member of Parliament says the sanctions are "too little, too late."

With Poilievre's victory, some Liberal MPs hope party will pivot to the centre

A handful of Liberal MPs say the party needs to refocus as it prepares to go head-to-head against a new brand of Conservatives — including being "less woke," according to Radio-Canada.

Ottawa preparing to charter 3 flights for Ukrainian refugees

Faced with growing pressure to evacuate Ukrainian refugees, Ottawa will soon organize three charter flights to Winnipeg, Montreal and Halifax.