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Canada's finance ministers are gathering today, plus, Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly is chairing an international meeting on what to do about Haiti.
Plus, Alghabra and Champagne team up to (sort of) save the whales.
Plus, the Campaign Life Coalition gets a slap on the wrist from Canada’s elections commissioner.
PTM has a run-down of some of the big priority issues for cabinet ministers and MPs in the new year.
Plus, PM Trudeau and a team of heavy-hitters is making a public announcement at noon.
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Plus, Catherine McKenna is fed up with the Ford government.
Plus, ministers get their mandate letters, and the government gets its priority bills before Christmas.
Plus, Minister Marco Mendicino appears before the House Public Safety Committee.
Plus, more debate on the criminal sentencing bill, and the governor of the Bank of Canada is giving a speech on his new inflation mandate.
Plus, the Senate has a plan for the pandemic benefits bill, and PM JT is meeting Nunavut's premier.
Plus, the prime minister is fundraising, and ministers are off to Liverpool.
Plus, Trudeau is talking to AFN chiefs, and Freeland is defending her COVID bill.
The Bank of Canada is announcing its latest plans for interest rates, Parliament is scrutinizing the government's spending plans, and RBC has a new report on the state of the economy.
Plus, a former PM is headlining a free event at the Shaw Centre, and China's ambassador is weighing in on world issues.
Plus, MPs move on to the sick leave bill, and a Senate update.
Plus, Mary Ng is off to Washington, and global health expert Steven Hoffman gives us the scoop on Omicron.
Plus, the Throne speech is on deck in the House, and the WTO summit was nixxed over COVID.
Plus, an ominous press conference on B.C., and 160 staff in the Auditor General’s office are now on strike. 
Plus, New Zealand's foreign minister is in town.
Plus, the Bank of Canada’s number two has something to say.
Plus, Steven Guilbeault tries to close out the climate summit, and Telus wades into the Rogers family drama.
Plus, one of the biggest public service unions is holding its AGM, and the mandatory vaccination policy is on the agenda.
Plus, Erin O’Toole has more to say to reporters, and Canada’s industry minister continues his travels.
The industry minister will be meeting his counterpart in industrial Monterrey, while Jonathan Wilkinson and officials from PHAC will each take questions from the press today.
Plus, Chrystia Freeland and Jonathan Wilkinson take the torch in Glasgow, and Stephen Harper prepares to enter the Liberal heartland.
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