‘It shouldn't take members of the public suing the federal government to get them to act,’ says one of the groups urging the government to reorient EDC's financing away from carbon-intensive projects.
Plus, Statistics Canada starts the 2021 count on Monday.
The administration of Canada’s census itself is a seven-year undertaking. Shortly after the 2021 census wraps up, StatsCan is already plotting out how to run the 2026 count.
Plus, the prime minister goes to bat for his chief of staff, Katie Telford, saying 'her leadership' on the feds' response to the misconduct allegations facing the military 'is why we call ourselves a feminist government.
Plus, House Speaker Anthony Rota says it was a 'clear breach of our rules' for Bloc MP Sébastien Lemire to take a screen capture of Liberal MP Will Amos during proceedings.
Plus, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says Ottawa is 'constantly' evaluating the border measures it has in place to try to slow the spread of new mutations from abroad.
Former aide Elder Marques demurred when asked if the PM’s chief of staff should have informed the prime minister of the allegations. ‘I’m not here to pass judgment,’ he said.
The Trudeau government unveiled a new target to cut emission up to 45 per cent below 2005 levels, by 2030, in an effort to help prevent temperatures from rising above 1.5 degrees Celsius.