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‘Buzz’ around Ford’s media strategy ‘almost bigger than the tactic,’ says digital strategist

News|By Beatrice Paez
Much ink has been spilled about the Ford government's tactics for muzzling the media, but there were some signs of progress at a recent presser, according to a Queen's Park journalist.
News|By Beatrice Paez
It's hard to imagine other former foreign ministers appearing on state-run media to take shots at the current government, says NDP MP Charlie Angus.
News|By Beatrice Paez
The diplomatic quarrel could be a proxy for the United States' own dispute with Canada, 'given that Canada has antagonized the U.S. over issues of trade,' says a University of Toronto professor.
News|By Beatrice Paez
Among the proposals for reform is to transform constituency offices into 'civic hubs'—in a permanent spot, and with staff from Service Canada.
House Immigration Committee is convening on Tuesday for a full day of hearings to discuss the flow of irregular border crossers from south of the border.
News|By Beatrice Paez
Allan Rewak, executive director of the Cannabis Canada Council, is urging the government to consider postponing the implementation of the cost-recovery fee until at least a year after legalization.
Politicians and some journalists have been loose with the words 'illegal' and 'crisis,' which doesn't apply to Canada's situation, says Alex Neve of Amnesty International Canada.
Social Development Minister Jean-Yves Duclos heads to New York, where he'll be leading a UN delegation, including academics, Indigenous peoples, and other civil society organizations, tasked with delivering the Voluntary
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The biggest political challenge here is for Andrew Scheer, who is being overshadowed by Doug Ford in Ontario, says Shane Mackenzie, a former Liberal staffer.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday, July 10, announced that Canada will not be increasing its defence spending to meet the NATO benchmark.
Crown-Indigenous Minister Carolyn Bennett will unveil the winners of the Art Integration program, a project to incorporate Inuit art in a daycare facility that has yet to be constructed, during her trip to Iqaluit.

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