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Bill - Mike Duheme - RCMP has ‘strong tools’ to address threats against politicians: minister - globalnews.ca - Canada - county Canadian - city Ottawa

RCMP has ‘strong tools’ to address threats against politicians: minister

Federal Justice Minister Arif Virani says he isn’t going anywhere without a mobile duress alarm in his pocket.

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Doug Ford - Isaac Callan - Doug Ford calls for tariffs on Chinese EVs: ‘We risk Ontario and Canadian jobs’ - globalnews.ca - China - Eu - Canada - county Canadian - county Ontario - city Ottawa - city Ontario

Doug Ford calls for tariffs on Chinese EVs: ‘We risk Ontario and Canadian jobs’

Premier Doug Ford is calling on the federal government to slap high tariffs on Chinese-made electric vehicle imports amid rising concerns that cheap cars could saturate the Canadian market and undercut Ontario’s EV manufacturing sector, along with the billions in taxpayer-funded subsidies to support it.

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Bill - Canada’s senate passes foreign interference bill, now awaits royal assent - globalnews.ca - Canada

Canada’s senate passes foreign interference bill, now awaits royal assent

The Senate has passed a government bill intended to help deter, investigate and punish foreign interference.

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Vladimir Putin - Alex Boutilier - Canada’s human rights profiles for 80 countries haven’t been updated in 5 years: watchdog - globalnews.ca - Ukraine - Yemen - Russia - Pakistan - Canada - Somalia - Belarus

Canada’s human rights profiles for 80 countries haven’t been updated in 5 years: watchdog

Global Affairs Canada has not updated its human rights reporting on nearly 80 countries since 2019, according to a new report by a national security review body.

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Justin Trudeau - Melanie Joly - Ashley Burke - As Tehran condemns decision to list IRGC as terrorist group, Ottawa urges Canadians in Iran to come home - cbc.ca - Iran - Canada - city Tehran - county Canadian - city Ottawa

As Tehran condemns decision to list IRGC as terrorist group, Ottawa urges Canadians in Iran to come home

The federal government is urging Canadians in Iran to come home to avoid acts of retaliation by the state — including arbitrary arrest — as Tehran condemns Ottawa's decision to list the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization.

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Justin Trudeau - Bill 100 (100) - Pathways Alliance oilsands group removes content from website and social media, citing Bill C-59 - cbc.ca - Canada

Pathways Alliance oilsands group removes content from website and social media, citing Bill C-59

Pathways Alliance, a consortium of Canada's largest oilsands companies, has removed all its content from its website, social media and other public communications, citing federal Bill C-59.

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Feds delay closure of B.C.'s open-net salmon farms until 2029 - cbc.ca - Britain - Canada - city Columbia, Britain

Feds delay closure of B.C.'s open-net salmon farms until 2029

The federal government announced Wednesday that it would delay the closure of open net salmon farms off British Columbia's coast until 2029 to facilitate a transition to closed containment systems.

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Justin Trudeau - Olivia Stefanovich - Justice Minister Arif - PM says he will apologize for First Nations child welfare discrimination - cbc.ca - Canada - city Ottawa

PM says he will apologize for First Nations child welfare discrimination

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to publicly apologize for the discrimination faced by First Nations children and their families because of the federal government's child welfare policies, CBC News has learned.

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