It would be useful if the political parties could find ways to cooperate and make things work, rather than dare each other to bring the government down.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured in Ottawa on Oct. 1, 2020. Crises offer our society the opportunity to cower and run for cover, or to be bold and think big. We have the opportunity to reimagine our society, learn the lessons that have been laid bare this year, and build back better, writes Andrew Cardozo. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—Government has to walk, chew gum, and dance at the same time.
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Two names have emerged stating their intentions of running for the party’s nomination in the riding so far, including long-time Conservative staffer Melissa Lantsman as well as Progressive Conservative MPP Gila Martow.
During a banner year for home sales in Canada despite the economic downturn associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, both MPs and experts are watching the country's housing supply carefully in the months and years to come.
The aerospace industry is a big contributor to GDP and employs hundreds of thousands of Canadians. Many of Canada's biggest competitors in the space, like France, have doled out billions in sector specific relief.