Tag: Justin Trudeau
9 months ago
inews.co.uk

UK in 'close touch' with Canada over claim India had role in Sikh leader's assassination

The Canadian prime minister said the country had 'declared its deep concerns' about possible Indian involvement

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9 months ago
inews.co.uk

'Labour must nail its colours to the mast'

'The British public wants to know what Labour stands for. When they find out, some won’t like it'

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9 months ago
dailymail.co.uk

Keir's 'PM-in-waiting' tour of Europe: Starmer cosies up to EU by unveiling 'open door' plan to t...

Keir Starmer rolled the dice on the key election battleground of immigration as he visited The Hague - and the HQ of ...

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11 months ago
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RCMP union head says Trudeau government’s ‘vague language’ around Mounties’ future is ‘demoralizing’

Brian Sauvé, head of the National Police Federation, demanded “clarity and certainty” for the nearly 20,000 Mounties ...

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11 months ago
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Sources say Justin Trudeau wants to transform the RCMP. Will he turn the Mounties into Canada’s v...

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police could one day transform into a federal police agency that operates more like the FB...

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11 months ago
thestar.com

Doug Ford and Justin Trudeau got squeezed in a multibillion-dollar bidding war they couldn’t affo...

Spending more to keep a Stellantis EV battery plant in Ontario was a cost of doing business, and a cost of doing gove...

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12 months ago
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‘We had no choice’: The inside story of how Doug Ford finally blinked and spent billions of dolla...

The Stellantis deal is part good news story — the Windsor EV battery plant and its 2,500 future jobs will not move to...

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12 months ago
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Justin Trudeau is showcasing new MPs — and not his top ministers. What does that mean?

There’s an unmistakable whiff of change in the unusually hot air of the nation’s capital as federal cabinet shuffle r...

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12 months ago
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Olivia Chow says Ottawa to blame for Toronto’s refugee housing crisis

Mayor-elect Olivia Chow said Wednesday that the federal government was “not paying a cent” for refugee housing.

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12 months ago
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Antitrust experts say Competition Bureau unlikely to oppose merger between Postmedia and key Tors...

Trudeau says Competition Bureau will look into the proposed merger, but experts say the bureau will focus on the fina...

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12 months ago
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Pierre Poilievre calls this ‘crazy’ — but has Justin Trudeau stumbled on the future of politics i...

Deals like the one between the Liberals and NDP could be the future of politics in this country, especially if none o...

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12 months ago
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Justin Trudeau and Pierre Poilievre have been humbled this year. Here’s how they win back Canadians

Canadians generally don’t mind seeing political figures knocked down a few pegs, so it’s not a bad thing that our pol...

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12 months ago
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This former boxer survived the Parliament Hill attack. Now, after a standing ovation from MPs, sh...

After 20 years, Nora Daigle has clocked her final shift for the Parliamentary Protective Service.

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about 1 year ago
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Justin Trudeau’s government is in trouble and needs a major change. Here are four things he could do

Down in the polls and with a large majority of Canadians wanting something new, the Liberals need a reset — on a fair...

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about 1 year ago
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Chrystia Freeland disputes report VW deal will cost $16.3B — $3B more than publicly announced

The analysis comes as the Trudeau government is in the midst of separate high-stakes talks to prevent another EV batt...

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about 1 year ago
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Canada’s top judge slams Trudeau government over judicial vacancies, warns serious criminal trial...

Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Richard Wagner says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised “to try to correct t...

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about 1 year ago
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David Johnston quits, Justin Trudeau to consider public inquiry into foreign elections interference

Johnston was appointed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in March to probe the extent of foreign interference in Canad...

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about 1 year ago
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As wildfires rage across Canada, debates about anything but dominate Parliament

Wednesday was one of those days when the House of Commons seems somehow to barely pay lip service to what’s top of mi...

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about 1 year ago
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Stellantis considering Ottawa’s enriched subsidy offer as Windsor EV battery plant hangs in the b...

Officials from Stellantis and LG Energy Solution are poring over an enhanced subsidy deal from Ottawa designed to sav...

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about 1 year ago
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Doug Ford commits to funding one-third of Stellantis cost, as Ottawa says deal’s details still be...

Stellantis halted construction in Windsor of its $5-billion joint venture with Korea-based LG Energy Solution on May 15.

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about 1 year ago
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David Johnston forgot something important in his report — and it could give the reassurance Canad...

The former governor general’s mission was to help us retain our trust in the integrity of things that are bigger than...

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about 1 year ago
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Pierre Poilievre has made the job of Justin Trudeau’s ‘ski buddy’ almost impossible

Asked to look into the issue of foreign interference, David Johnston has to figure out a way to reassure Canadians th...

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about 1 year ago
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Justin Trudeau will try to salvage Stellantis deal during Seoul visit, as Ottawa calls on Ford go...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will use a state dinner in Seoul, South Korea to try to salvage an imperilled $5-billio...

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about 1 year ago
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How much will Pierre Poilievre’s Conservatives borrow from Donald Trump? Here’s a taste

The byelection in Portage-Lisgar is shaping up as the showdown for the hard-right, red-meat base of the conservative ...

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about 1 year ago
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Justin Trudeau still has a grip on the Liberal party. Here’s why

The Liberal party that gathered in Ottawa this past weekend is still Trudeau’s party; the one created out of the dept...

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about 1 year ago
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Pierre Poilievre will be bigger than the featured guests at the Liberal convention

The best possible motivational speaker for the federal Liberals hasn’t even been invited to this weekend’s gathering ...

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about 1 year ago
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Think Pierre Poilievre and Justin Trudeau dislike each other now? Just wait

Every week, Parliament’s question period reveals just how much the prime minister and Conservative leader detest each...

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about 1 year ago
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In the Justin Trudeau era, trashing the rich has become a political obsession. What’s going on?

Federal political parties are all seeing the value in using wealth as a wedge against each other, Susan Delacourt wri...

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about 1 year ago
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Justin Trudeau ‘chickened out’ on some tough decisions. Here are 3 that could have made his life ...

By dodging political risks, the prime minister missed out on some large chances to shake up the political culture in ...

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about 1 year ago
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Justin Trudeau’s most trusted adviser has always avoided the spotlight. That’s about to change

There is one main reason Telford has remained in her job for more than seven years, Susan Delacourt writes.

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about 1 year ago
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Stephen Harper wasn’t obsessed with data. Here’s why Justin Trudeau is

Throughout the “made-in-Canada” budget unveiled last week are a raft of measures to amass data on everything from the...

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about 1 year ago
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Trump gave him grief, Obama gave him ‘bromance.’ What’s Justin Trudeau getting from Joe Biden?

The American president’s visit to Ottawa is a reminder that Justin Trudeau will have a legacy forged by his relations...

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about 1 year ago
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Why do so many men dislike Justin Trudeau?

Never mind the prime minister’s policies — a new poll suggest many male voters simply “don’t like him as a person,” S...

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about 1 year ago
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Justin Trudeau and Jagmeet Singh’s partnership proves politics works best when no one is watching

Tensions exist and have flared over everything from guns to health care, but things are generally humming along, Susa...

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over 1 year ago
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Insiders reveal what Chrystia Freeland has up her sleeve for this year’s federal budget

The finance minister has huddled with Canada’s banking leaders, the financial regulator and provincial finance minist...

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over 1 year ago
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When it comes to trust, Justin Trudeau’s point man on election interference wrote the book

David Johnston has been handed the task of nothing less than protecting the integrity of Canada’s democracy, Susan De...

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over 1 year ago
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The fight between Justin Trudeau and Pierre Poilievre is taking Canadian politics to a dark place

The Conservative leader has gone where few, if any, opposition leaders have gone before, Susan Delacourt writes.

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over 1 year ago
thestar.com

Doug Ford follows Justin Trudeau’s lead and bans TikTok from government phones

The popular video-sharing app is to be removed from all government-issued devices “effective immediately.”

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over 1 year ago
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Joe Biden to visit Canada on March 23

U.S. President Joe Biden will visit Canada on March 23-24, sources told the Star.

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