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New voluntary standards released for long-term care homes devastated by the pandemic
Promised new national standards for long-term care homes in Canada have now been published — part of Ottawa's attempt to avoid a repeat of the alarming death tolls in long-term care homes that marked the early phase of the pandemic.
Assembly of First Nations CEO Janice Ciavaglia resigns
The CEO of the Assembly of First Nations is resigning, according to an email seen by CBC News, another blow to the national organization that has been hounded by allegations of a toxic workplace.
Emergencies Act commission granted extension to finish writing, report still expected next month
The commission investigating the federal government's use of the Emergencies Act to quell the trucker protests last winter in Ottawa has asked for more time to complete its report.
Canada spends millions on safe sport. It's not going where it's needed
Many parents with kids in sports programs might be under the impression safe sport in Canada is a well-funded, well-organized effort. But a CBC investigation reveals the opposite, with a growing number of officials saying the system is unable to properly protect children.
Liberal government tell Defence Department to drop appeal of military class-action deadline extension
The Liberal government has told the Department of National Defence to drop its appeal of a court ruling that extends the deadline to submit a claim for a sexual misconduct class action settlement.
Parliament returns with Liberals facing pointed questions about ethics, health care
Parliament is back after a six-week break and the Liberal government is facing aggressive questions from the opposition bench about a number of ethical missteps and the sorry state of Canada's health-care system — two issues that are poised to dominate this spring sitting.
RCMP says it's running checks on equipment purchased from company linked to China
Gold medallists call for resignations at Gymnastics Canada as MPs question CEO about misconduct claims
Yazidis plead with Canada not to repatriate ISIS members
Ottawa undermined Canadians' language rights with ArriveCAN app, language commissioner says
Parliament returns — with a lot of 'unfinished business' on its plate
Election unlikely in 2023 despite recent political posturing, pundits say
With tanks on the way, Ukraine's defence minister sets his sights on fighter jets
Ex-sport minister says verbal abuse about her weight as a young gymnast led to lifelong struggles
Actress Viola Léger, celebrated as an ambassador for Acadian people, has died
'Hurricane Hazel' McCallion, longtime mayor of Mississauga, Ont., dead at 101
City of Ottawa says thousands in fines remain unpaid one year after 'Freedom Convoy'
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Power & Politics Video
Power & Politics - 10 videos
- Duration 8:54
'I have no interest in watering down what Ontario already has in place': Paul Calandra on LTC standardsPower and Politics2 hours ago
- Duration 7:46
Feds welcome new voluntary 'resident-centred standards' for long-term carePower and Politics2 hours ago
- Duration 9:59
Opposition MPs weigh in on government's agendaPower and Politics1 day ago
- Duration 9:04
'We're putting clear, concrete solutions forward for Canadians': government House leader on 2023 agendaPower and Politics1 day ago
- Duration 10:18
How do the federal parties stack up as MPs prepare to return to Ottawa?Power and Politics4 days ago
- Duration 8:31
Opposition MPs respond to Canada's tank commitment to UkrainePower and Politics5 days ago
- Duration 10:02
Four Canadian tanks for Ukraine is the 'starting point': defence ministerPower and Politics5 days ago
- Duration 6:44
Canada probably could provide 50 tanks to Ukraine: retired generalPower and Politics6 days ago
- Duration 8:50
U.S., German tanks significantly enhance Ukraine's defence capabilities: ambassadorPower and Politics6 days ago
- Duration 9:59
Feds heading into health-care funding talks 'prepared to invest': Dominic LeBlancPower and Politics6 days ago
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