OTTAWA—According to popular Canadian astrologer Georgia Nicols, Canada's Governor General should be doing what she can to “keep the peace" with loved ones today and avoid the "planetary vibe” that is urging people to engage in power struggles and disputes.
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OTTAWA—Canada and the United Kingdom are aligning to help wean the world off coal at the same time as the United States is proposing to subsidize it.
Environment minister Catherine McKenna announced the partnership with Claire Perry, British minister of state for climate change, during a trip to Britain this week.
OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the government has no intention of stifling growth for small businesses and start-ups with its upcoming changes to the tax code.
Trudeau said yesterday he has listened to the feedback and agrees with some of it, and that the government now is looking at balancing the need to make the tax code more fair without hurting investment.
OTTAWA—The head of the national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls in Canada says government bureaucracy is smothering the inquiry's ability to do its work on time.
Marion Buller, the chief commissioner of the troubled inquiry, made the comments while speaking at a Senate committee about the committee's work yesterday evening in Ottawa.
OTTAWA—A group of international scientists meets today to try to convince parliamentarians there no longer is any doubt common agricultural pesticides are toxic chemicals that are killing off honey bees.
OTTAWA—The federal government will consider what to do with admission fees for national parks beyond Canada's 150th birthday after this year's free parks program has proven to be exceptionally popular.
EDINBURGH, Scotland—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau marked Canada's 150th birthday with the Queen yesterday by giving her the Canadian flag that flew on the Peace Tower on Canada Day.
OTTAWA—An indigenous demonstration teepee was moved onto Parliament Hill yesterday evening after a man was arrested for assaulting at least one of the activists.
OTTAWA—Canada no longer can pretend it is a country rich with pristine lakes and rivers, the World Wildlife Fund said yesterday in a report into the country's waterways.
OTTAWA—Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr has announced $867 million in financial support to help lumber producers and employees weather the impact of punishing new U.S. tariffs on Canadian softwood exports.