Tuesday , 27 June 2017

Category: POLITIC

Pesticides get most blame for bee deaths, survey suggests

By Margo McDiarmid A new poll suggests that Canadians are deeply concerned about the loss of bees, with nine out 10 blaming pesticides for the sudden bee die-off. The survey was c ...

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Federal Court chief justice calls for more independence as court faces budget crunch

By Alison Crawford Canada's Federal Court needs more independence from government, says Chief Justice Paul Crampton, so it doesn't have to go "cap in hand" to the government at bu ...

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Trudeau government shelves part of anti-spam law that would allow private lawsuits

By Elizabeth Thompson Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government is being accused of caving to big business lobbying after it decided to indefinitely freeze application of part of ...

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Liberals ease trade with Belarus, leaving N. Korea as last country on restricted list

By Murray Brewster The Trudeau government is moving to normalize trade with Belarus, even though the eastern European country faces human rights criticism. A recent cabinet decisi ...

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Nunavut announces most comprehensive, cohesive, suicide prevention plan to date

By CBC News The Nunavut government is spending $35 million, and working with Facebook, to make its largest push yet toward fighting back against suicide. ...Read the news Source:: ...

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Canadian lumber producers face average 27% duties after 2nd wave of U.S. trade action

By The Canadian Press Canada's softwood lumber industry was slapped by the U.S. Commerce Department Monday with an additional 6.87 per cent average preliminary anti-dumping duty f ...

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Transport Canada introduces new rail security measures

By Darren Major Transport Canada is introducing new security regulations for rail companies that transport dangerous goods to require carriers to have security plans and training ...

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Liberal government waiting for more details on Trump travel ban decision

By Mike Blanchfield The Trudeau government is waiting for more details after the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday partially reinstated President Donald Trump's ban on travellers from ...

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How independent is the Senate under Justin Trudeau's rule?

By CBC Radio Last week the Senate passed the Liberal government's controversial budget bill. Liberal-appointed Independents voted with the party prompting Conservatives to say the ...

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'Before tragedy strikes': Liberals launch centre to prevent home-grown terrorism

By Kathleen Harris The federal government has launched a new, $35-million centre tasked with preventing the radicalization of Canadian youth. ...Read the news Source:: CBC – ...

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