Justin Trudeau offered relatively mild criticism on Thursday of a new Quebec law that bans people from providing or receiving public services with their faces covered and asserted that it’s not up to the federal government to challenge its constitutionality.
A celebrated Canadian human rights lawyer urged MPs to be careful in their use of the term Islamophobia, saying “fear of some elements of Islam is mere prudence.”
Calling it a North American first, the Quebec government passed legislation Wednesday forbidding anyone from receiving or giving a public service with their face covered — and even while riding the bus.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau refuses to say when he found out that Bill Morneau never put his substantial assets into a blind trust after being appointed finance minister two years ago.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is adjusting his tax proposals on passive income so only about 3% of the “most wealthy” privately owned corporations will have to pay higher taxes.
At least one person is dead and several homes are evacuated after an ammonia leak at a southeastern B.C. arena.
There was an uncommon slowness in Justin Trudeau’s step Wednesday morning as he walked toward the weekly Liberal caucus meeting on Parliament Hill, his thoughts weighed heavily with the news that Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie had died.
Gord Downie passed away last night after a more than year-long battle with brain cancer.
Former hostage Joshua Boyle says his wife Caitlan had to be rushed to the hospital and remains there.