Wednesday, August 24, 2016 04:36 PM
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Canada is anticipated to revamp its relationship with China as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau embarks on an eight-day visit to China next week. There is an increasing pressure on both countries to take at least one more step toward an eventual free-trade deal. Officials claim that China is hoping
The Facility Condition Index revealed by the Toronto District School Board has unveiled a $3.4 billion repair backlog as it reported on the conditions of almost 600 schools. The report has come at time when the Ministry of Education is anticipated to release the same information for every school
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has made a significant change in his cabinet by replacing Dominic LeBlanc with Bardish Chagger as the government’s new House Leader in Ottawa. The Member of Parliament for Waterloo, Ontario, Chagger was first titled as Minister of Small Business and
Only a few hours after the bitter remarks of Premier Philippe Couillard, Quebec’s Transport Minister Jacques Daoust announced not only to have resign from his position but also to quit politics on Friday. The premier had insinuated that he no longer had full confidence in the minister.
Metrolinx has issued a public warning cautioning its users of a scam involving the Presto fare card. As the government rolls out the new fare cards across the Toronto transit system, the regional transit agency administering Presto revealed that it has received complaints from customers of losing
Health Minister, Jane Philpott, confessed on Wednesday that the executive limo service she hired on several occasions were of “too high” amounts and the owner of the company, Reza Shirani, has promised to refund the invoices in response to “petty, political posturing.” A total of $1,700 were
Public Safety Minister, Ralph Goodale, has announced that the government is looking into offering mandatory counter-radicalization therapy for terror suspects under peace bonds in response to last week’s foiled terrorist plot out of Strathroy, Ontario. In a speech to the Canadian Association of
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