Source indicates that the Canadian government will restart providing funding to the United Nations relief agency for Palestinians.

The Canadian government has decided to resume funding to UNRWA, the United Nations relief agency for Palestinians, with a scheduled payment of $25 million in April and new funding to ... Read MoreRead More

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Financial regulator Fintrac has been targeted by a cyberattack, stating that sensitive systems were not compromised.

Canada’s financial intelligence agency, the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (Fintrac), has disclosed that it recently fell victim to a cyberattack. In response to this security breach, ... Read MoreRead More

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There is no functioning ice rink at the prison where a Member of Parliament claims notorious inmates play casual hockey, according to the agency.

Canada’s prison service has refuted claims made by a Conservative MP regarding the existence of a functioning hockey rink at La Macaza Institution, located outside Montreal. According to the Correctional ... Read MoreRead More

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Rebel News files lawsuit against RCMP, claiming a consistent pattern of ‘intimidation and exclusion’.

Rebel News and one of its prominent journalists, David Menzies, have filed a lawsuit against the RCMP, alleging a series of bullying and exclusionary tactics utilized by the federal police ... Read MoreRead More

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State funeral scheduled for March 23 in honor of Brian Mulroney

A state funeral to honor the life and legacy of the late former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney is scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 23 in Montreal. This solemn ... Read MoreRead More

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Federal environment minister accuses Premier Moe of breaking carbon-price law, calling it ‘immoral’.

In a recent development, Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault has expressed the need for Ottawa to take action against Saskatchewan for violating the federal carbon-pricing law. This decision stems from Premier ... Read MoreRead More

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Canada reveals additional sanctions on Russian officials following Navalny’s passing.

Canada’s foreign minister has revealed a new set of sanctions against the Russian government as a response to the recent passing of Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny and Russia’s ongoing ... Read MoreRead More

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Trudeau and Italy PM Meloni’s Toronto event called off because of a protest in support of Palestine.

Security concerns led to the cancellation of a Toronto event where Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was set to host his Italian counterpart, as pro-Palestinian protesters gathered outside the venue. ... Read MoreRead More

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The federal government promises $58.8 million to extend the local journalism program through 2027.

The Canadian government is lengthening a program that supports 400 local journalism roles nationwide. Minister of Heritage Pascale St-Onge has announced that Ottawa will allocate an additional $58.8 million to ... Read MoreRead More

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Federal housing agency announces discontinuation of first-time homebuyer incentive.

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) has announced the discontinuation of the first-time homebuyer incentive. The deadline for new or resubmitted applications to the program is midnight ET on ... Read MoreRead More

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Space agency shutting down research facility crucial to the operations of the International Space Station and Canadarm.

The David Florida Laboratory, known as “Canada’s national facility for spacecraft assembly and integration,” located in west Ottawa, will be shutting down by the end of March 2025 as confirmed ... Read MoreRead More

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Legal dispute stemming from substantial accounting mistake at Veterans Affairs to result in nearly $1 billion in expenses for Ottawa

An embarrassing multi-million-dollar accounting mistake that was concealed for years at Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) will result in nearly $1 billion being paid by taxpayers as a combined class-action settlement, ... Read MoreRead More

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Bell’s CEO, alongside other executives, summoned to committee for inquiry on workforce reductions.

The decision of BCE Inc. and Bell Canada to reduce their workforce by around 9% this year has prompted Members of Parliament to invite several top executives to testify later ... Read MoreRead More

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A member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Alberta is alleged to have shared confidential police data with the government of Rwanda.

An Alberta RCMP officer is facing charges of leaking protected policing information to the Rwandan government. Const. Eli Ndatuje, 36, is accused of breaching trust and unauthorized use of a ... Read MoreRead More

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The NDP is urging the Liberals to acknowledge the establishment of Palestine as the U.K. and U.S. demonstrate their willingness to engage.

New Democrats are urging the Liberal government of Canada to officially acknowledge Palestine as a state, as they believe it would contribute to promoting peace in the Middle East. “On ... Read MoreRead More

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Trudeau will finally sign the much-anticipated devolution agreement with Nunavut on Thursday.

After nearly 25 years as a territory, Nunavut is expected to sign a devolution agreement Thursday with the federal government. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is scheduled to arrive in Iqaluit ... Read MoreRead More

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In the wake of missile attacks in the Red Sea, Canada contemplates including the Houthis on the terrorist roster.

Canada is currently evaluating whether to include the Shia Islamist Houthi movement on the terrorist list because of their attacks on commercial shipping in the Red Sea, which are backed ... Read MoreRead More

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According to a source, Ottawa is considering reducing the number of international students in specific provinces.

The volume of international students in certain provinces is expected to be reduced by the federal government, according to a senior government source. Ottawa shares jurisdiction over Canada’s international student ... Read MoreRead More

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Canada has identified 100 Chinese, Russian, and Iranian research institutions that it claims pose a risk to the country’s security.

Canadian universities and researchers studying advanced and emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence, will soon be ineligible for federal grants if they have affiliations with foreign institutions that the government ... Read MoreRead More

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The upcoming week will see the liberal cabinet convening for a retreat in preparation for the return of Parliament.

Persistent inflation and intense domestic divisions over the Israel-Hamas conflict are weighing heavily on the federal Liberals as ministers get ready to convene in Montreal next week for a three-day ... Read MoreRead More

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Rising gasoline prices contribute to an inflation hike of 3.4%.

Canada’s annual inflation rate surged to 3.4% in December, as reported by Statistics Canada on Tuesday. This comes after October and November had seen inflation hold steady at 3.1% compared ... Read MoreRead More

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