The 50-30 Challenge asks Canadian companies to voluntarily 'commit to achieving gender parity and significant representation of other underrepresented groups,' but there are no baked-in accountability measures.
Plus, Senator Judith Keating dies, and McKenna's political staffer welcomes a new baby to the family.
NDP MP Matthew Green says that there’s 'very little' for inmates, and that their experiences often 'compound' mental health problems they may have already had.
The day before the House Finance Committee met to study the matter, the Finance Department reversed a decision to delay the implementation of a law on tax rules in the sale of family businesses.
Plus, a former Supreme Court justice dies, while another has a new award named in her honour.
With a potential election looming on the horizon, party executives are starting to go into overdrive. The people who volunteer to drive the political parties talk about the rhythm behind their work.
With a focus on lunar exploration, it's an 'exciting time' for the Canadian space sector, but there's room for more government engagement, intervention, and communication to boost the industry, say stakeholders.
Some misconceptions that continue to circulate include the idea that those with addictions are moral failures, or that opioids should never be prescribed.