Marie Woolf

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Ukraine calls on Canada to cancel gas turbine sanctions waiver as German chancellor set to visit

As German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is set to arrive in Canada on Sunday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing renewed calls from Ukraine to cancel a waiver of sanctions allowing a gas turbine repaired in Montreal to be sent back to Russian for use in the Nord Stream 1 pipeline.

Ottawa to probe 'disturbing' tweets by consultant on government-funded anti-racism project

The federal diversity minister says he's taking action over "disturbing" tweets by a senior consultant on an anti-racism project that received $133,000 from his department.

Feds urged to crack down on fake Indigenous art, copyright breaches

The federal government is facing calls to take action against fakes and commercial knock-offs in the Indigenous art market.

Trudeau urges Canada Day celebrants to reclaim Maple Leaf as national symbol

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is calling on Canadians to recommit to the country's values, including respect, hope and kindness, in his official Canada Day message.

CRTC could force YouTube, Spotify to 'manipulate' algorithms, under proposed streaming bill

The chairman of Canada's broadcast regulator says it might ask platforms such as YouTube to "manipulate" their algorithms to make Canadian music easier to find, under powers in the proposed online streaming bill.

Almost 100,000 mail ballots not counted in federal election: Elections Canada

Almost 100,000 mail-in ballots were not counted in the federal election, most because they arrived after the deadline, a report by Elections Canada has revealed. 

MPs getting panic buttons after minister reveals he received death threats

MPs are being given panic buttons to increase their personal security in response to a series of threats and rising concerns about harassment of Parliamentarians.

MPs rush over 150 amendments to streaming bill, Senate says it won't be pressured

Bill C-11 updates the Broadcasting Act to include streaming platforms such as Netflix and requires them to follow Canadian content rules. MPs have been forced to rush through over 150 amendments to the online streaming bill.

Labour Minister Seamus O'Regan backs Senate forced labour bill

Labour Minister Seamus O'Regan is backing a private member's bill which would require Canadian companies to ensure they are not using forced labour or exploiting child workers overseas.

Cheese not on the table in Canada-U.K. trade talks as Britain seeks market access

The United Kingdom says it wants more access to Canada's domestic cheese market. The Canadian government is signalling that's not happening.