Covid-19 case numbers are setting records across Canada and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is imploring the provinces (read: Ontario, Alberta) to do what it takes to get the situation under control. At the same time,
A fringe Canadian political party aping the U.S. Republican Party has tied itself to the anti-mask movement. At a gathering of thousands of anti-maskers in Toronto in October, Rob Carbone, the proud face of the Canadian Republican Party,
Canada’s veterans affairs minister Tweeted Friday that Whole Foods would be allowing its Canadian employees to wear poppies at work, after a move to initially stop the practice received criticism and prompted motions from politicians across the country.
The Ontario College of Teachers applauds legislation that further safeguards students, and modernizes the operations of the College. The legislation mirrors and reinforces numerous recommendations the College's Council has made to the government in recent years.
THE WEST BLOCK Episode 48, Season 9 Sunday, August 2, 2020 Host: Farah Nasser Guests: Andrew Scheer, Marie Danielle Smith, Abigail Bimman, Bob Rae Location: Toronto, Ontario Farah Nasser: This week on The West Block: the heat is on.
California lawmakers dismissed a plan by Gov. Gavin Newsom that would take two months to resolve a backlog of nearly 1 million unemployment benefit claims, warning at a legislative hearing that many jobless people are already struggling to pay for food and rent.