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Elections Canada’s top dog warns thousands ‘will be denied the right to vote’ under feds’ election bill

By Tim Naumetz      

Canada’s Chief Electoral Officer Marc Mayrand warned Thursday thousands of voters ‘will be denied the right to vote’ if controversial clauses about voter ID are not removed from an election law amendment bill the government is speeding through Parliament.

 

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‘We need to talk’: Bangladesh seeks ministerial meeting with Canada to discuss the removal of a convicted killer

Feature|By Neil Moss
Bangladeshi High Commissioner Khalilur Rahman says Canada is protecting a convicted killer, while not protecting a diplomat posted to Ottawa.

Closing in on party totals, Poilievre leadership win would put Tory fundraising juggernaut ‘on steroids,’ says Powers

News|By Stuart Benson
Poilievre may have mastered the ‘fine art’ of stoking Conservative donors' fear and anger at the Trudeau government, but, after seven years in power, the Liberals’ fundraising remains ‘surprisingly strong’

Staffing updates for Treasury Board President Mona Fortier

Feature|By Laura Ryckewaert
Plus, Miles Hopper has a new job off the Hill after exiting his post as senior policy adviser to Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland.

Higher federal target needed to curtail fertilizer emissions, says environmental organization

Greenpeace Canada is calling on Ottawa to increase its target of reducing fertilizer emissions by 30 per cent below 2020 levels by 2030, up to 50 per cent.

Chinese ambassador warns Canada against crossing ‘red line’ on Taiwan, urges to ‘draw the lessons’ from the past

News|By Neil Moss
China has commenced military drills around Taiwan in response to a top U.S. lawmaker's visit to the island, leading to condemnation from Canada and the G7.

‘Textbook, hot-button politics’ behind Conservative leadership contenders’ attacks on international organizations, say strategists

News|By Mike Lapointe
The predominant narrative of 10 to 15 years ago was that global institutions were keeping things stable, but 'that narrative has now been turned on its head,' says pollster Nik Nanos.

Feds not planning to limit the use of non-disclosure agreements, despite outcry after Hockey Canada hearings

‘This is the time to move,’ says Senator Marilou McPhedran, to address what has become a default legal device in workplace sexual harassment and racial discrimination settlements.

Ethics committee chair slams RCMP’s ‘point-blank refusal’ to provide information on spyware tools

New federal Privacy Commissioner Philippe Dufresne tells the House Ethics Committee his office learned about the RCMP’s use of spyware on phones and other devices through the media.

Singh’s credibility on the line if Liberals fail to deliver on dental care, says a leading pollster

News|By Abbas Rana
NDP MP Brian Masse said he's looking for indications of whether the Liberals are serious about 'true progressive legislation or just lip service.'
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