Conservatives’ post-election report gives mixed reviews on O’Toole’s performance: source

Erin O’Toole’s performance on the 2021 campaign trail received mixed reviews in an election post-mortem being…

Canada’s big-city mayors call on federal government for transit funding

Canada’s big-city mayors are calling for the federal government’s help to make up huge shortfalls in…

Biden threatens personal sanctions on Putin if Russia invades Ukraine

Western leaders stepped up preparations for any Russian military action in Ukraine on Tuesday, with talks…

Quebec punching below its economic weight, federal officials tell new minister

The Quebec economy is strong but is punching below “its demographic weight”, suffering from labour shortages…

‘Havana Syndrome’: Canada cautions diplomats about mysterious illness symptoms

Canada’s foreign ministry has advised staff serving around the world to watch for mysterious illness symptoms…

Experts say truckers should have done more to prepare for vaccine mandate

The trucking industry’s hardline stance against the vaccine mandate for drivers marks a wrong turn, experts…

Omicron cases may be dropping in Canada’s First Nations: top doctor

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As unvaccinated workers sue for wrongful dismissal, Ottawa working on shielding employers

When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his election platform on Sept. 1, he made a promise…

Canada eyeing 5G’s impact on ‘critical’ aircraft tech amid U.S. warnings

Canadian officials and airline leaders are weighing the potential impacts of 5G technology on “critical” aircraft…

Reality check: Could mail from Canada to China spread Omicron?

Chinese health authorities have claimed that the highly transmissible Omicron variant of COVID-19 may have arrived…