Quebec government pledges $70M to give immigrants easier access to French lessons
“Knowledge of the French language is an essential factor for the successful integration of immigrants,” said Jolin-Barrette.
Justin Trudeau tells protestors to not boo at the national anthem: Sunfest
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended the 25th annual Sunfest on Thursday and was met with a mixed reaction of protestors and cheers.
Statistics Canada: Canadian economy loses 2,200 jobs in June
This net loss of 2,200 jobs comes with a jump in full-time positions by 24,000 being offset by a fall in 26,000 part-time jobs as Canada entered into the heart of the summer season.
EXPOSED: The $600M war on Canadian energy
In her testimony, Krause went on to detail the Trudeau government’s history of resisting pipelines, saying that when Trudeau said he would approve the Trans Mountain pipeline, he scrapped the Northern Gateway pipeline, which had already been approved.
US wants to extradite ex-McGill prof accused of sneaking tech to China
The US government is seeking to extradite a retired McGill engineering professor on accusations that he conspired to illegally send US-made computer chips to China for possible military use.
Trudeau defends “top notch” crony judicial appointments
“We have a merit-based, transparent appointment system. We are pleased that we have nominated top-notch judges right across the country and we will continue to,” said Justin Trudeau about the process.
Nova Scotia “dirty cop” sentenced to 10 years for drug trafficking
In 2015, Inspector David Astephen received an urgent text message from drug-dealer, Mike Kanasevich, informing him of a “dirty cop.”