Trudeau address problems in long-term care, race riots in the U.S.
Peel releases map data showing COVID-19 cases and hotspots
Paramedics attending after male injured in shooting in Mississauga
323 new COVID-19 cases reported in Ontario, 2,159 total cases found in Mississauga
Province introducing fixed electricity price to assist residents during COVID-19
Federal deficit could top $252 billion: Budget Officer
OTTAWA -- Parliament's budget watchdog says that it's likely the federal deficit for the year will hit $252.1 billion as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Trudeau: Discussions ongoing with CFL as league seeks government assistance
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is in discussions with the CFL, which is seeking financial support to help with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Parliamentary budget officer weighs costliest federal emergency aid programs
Canadians will get an update today on two of the costliest emergency aid programs the federal government has initiated to help them weather the COVID-19 crisis.
Ontario government extends free child care to grocery, pharmacy workers
The Ontario government announced that it is further expanding the list of essential workers eligible to receive free emergency child care during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Businesses can now apply online for Federal wage subsidy program: PM
Businesses are now able to apply for the federal wage subsidy program through the Canada Revenue Agency's website, Prime Minister Justin T
Feds to unveil rent relief for businesses forced to shut down during pandemic
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to announce Friday, significant rent relief to help businesses that can't afford to pay their landlords at a time when their operations are
Scheer refuses to acknowledge MP’s controversial criticism of health officer
OTTAWA -- Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer refused Thursday to address controversial comments by a member of his caucus who is also seeking to replace him as leader.
Is Justin Trudeau doing worse by transit systems than Donald Trump?
Canada’s largest transit union is accusing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of doing less for the industry than U.S. President Donald Trump.
Trudeau 'heartbroken' over Nova Scotia mass shooting as House of Commons resumes
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it is “heartbreak on top of heartbreak” when families whose loved ones were killed in Nova Scotia on Sunday cannot gather to mourn because of the COVID-19 physica
Lack of deal sets stage for House of Commons to re-open today amid COVID-19
The House of Commons is poised to re-open today despite the COVID-19 pandemic thanks to an impasse between the four main political parties.
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