Trudeau government studying birth tourism as new data shows higher non-resident birth rates
This comes as new research published by Policy Options today shows the number of non-Canadian residents giving birth in Canadian hospitals is much higher than in figures reported by Statistics Canada.
Doug Ford says he has no national political ambitions, focusing on Ontario
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he has no national political ambitions and is not seeking Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s job.
Social conservatives say their voice is being ignored at Ontario Tory convention
Wilfrid Laurier political science professor Barry Kay said the divide between social conservatives and progressives in Ontario’s Tories is a “natural cleavage point.”
EQAO makes changes to resources for students during testing
Students will also be able to access the Internet for some online instructional tools like translators and calculators through online apps.
Saskatchewan college honours memory of Humboldt Broncos coach who died in crash
Darcy Haugan wore jersey No. 22 when he was a star player with the Briercrest College Clippers in the late 1990s.
Don’t sign USMCA until LGBTQ language excised, U.S. lawmakers urge Trump
A coalition of 40 members of the House of Representatives has written to the president to demand that the language dealing with sexual orientation and gender identity be removed from the trade pact before the three countries sign it on Nov. 30.
VW wants to storm car market with cheaper electric model
Auto companies need electrics to meet new environmental standards in many countries.
Canada Post asks for halt to international shipments as parcel backlog grows
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned last week his government will act to end the rotating strikes if there is no significant progress in the negotiations. Trudeau did not specify what type of action might be taken, nor did he provide a timeline.
Backlog of illegal asylum claims has ballooned to over 28,000
New statistics from the Immigration and Refugee Board show over 5,000 new refugee claims were filed between July and September of this year.
Final order issued barring mail delivery of tabloid accused of promoting hate
Last fall, the tabloid’s publisher, LeRoy St. Germaine, and editor-in-chief, James Sears, were each charged with two counts of wilful promotion of hatred against an identifiable group, namely Jews and women.