Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland last week presented a long-awaited foreign policy speech in the House of Commons.
Using the House as a forum to outline Canada's foreign policy added weight to the speech, says former Liberal leader Bob Rae.
The inquiry has indicated it would be asking for an extension on work, with the final deadline currently set for Dec. 31, 2018.
Underperforming ministers could see themselves shuffled out of their portfolios in the coming months.
Under new policy, Canada's defence budget rise from $17.1-billion in 2016-17 to $24.6-billion in 2026-27. That will work out to $62.3-billion in new funding over 20 years, and $553-billion in total defence spending.
There is much focus these days on an innovation agenda for Canada. But innovation must apply as well to the workplace and how we ensure that all Canadians have the skills they will need to be active members of society, not marginalized and passive bystanders.
The GRIC event was fun, even for those who party like princesses.
NDP MP Richard Cannings, left, pictured March 8, 2017, at the Daughters of the Vote event on the Hill, organized by Equal Voice to encourage more women to run for public office.
Scores of MPs and Senators across the country explain what it means to be a Canadian.
I travelled to six countries over the course of an evening at last week’s Asian Heritage Month party on the Hill.