'For those who are both demanding Trudeau call in or call off the police with regards to blockades it isn't in the job description,' tweets former NDP MP Nathan Cullen, who is serving as B.C.'s liaison with the Wet'suwet'en people.
Former prime minister Jean Chrétien says Canada remains 'more united than ever,' despite the recent wave of protests across the country in support of some of the hereditary chiefs of the Wet'suwet'en Nation. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Former prime minister Jean Chrétien says the prime minister can’t order the police to intervene to bring an end to blockades.
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Opposition parties need enough lead time to pore over the legislation, to avoid a repeat of the late-night sitting that occurred when they were 'surprised' to learn that the government was seeking unlimited spending powers until December 2021, says Rachel Blaney.
Quebec authorities have assured the feds that public servants will be able to ‘move freely,’ so they can perform critical federal services, but one law professor says the move could be unconstitutional.
In a time of great uncertainty and anxiety, Dr. Theresa Tam has emerged as a 'compelling' figure who has an ability to deliver information without dramatizing the stakes. 'She gives us straightforward, evidence-based
The 'biggest point of concern right now' is 'making sure that we keep those shipments of fresh vegetables and other commodities rolling in by truck across the border, truck or train,' says John Manley.