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Justin Trudeau

The military and Trudeau government have long pledged to take allegations of sexual misconduct seriously.
Once the pandemic is under control, Dominic LeBlanc says the federal government is willing to negotiate recurring health care transfers.
The Manitoba premier recounted the story at a news conference about health care.
The U.S. has vaccinated 51 million people. Two million people have been vaccinated across Canada.
When it comes to COVID-19 vaccines, the U.S. is winning.
Canada was chastised for ignoring its own legal requirement for periodic reviews of the effectiveness of its whistleblower law.
“We cannot allow our daughters, our sisters, and our mothers to work in an unsafe environment,” the Tory leader said.
Trudeau said he wants universal pharmacare but the NDP bill would have imposed rules on provinces.
The two leaders touted an "ambitious" new roadmap ahead for the U.S. and Canada.
From where they are to how much a hotel stay will cost, here’s what you should know.
The non-binding Conservative motion passed by a vote of 266-0.
Government House Leader Pablo Rodriguez faced a grilling at committee.
Tory Leader Erin O’Toole wants the 2022 Winter Olympics relocated out of Beijing.
After three decades, and four prime ministers, stronger whistleblowing legislation remains a pipe dream.
Even Liberal MPs say whistleblowers aren’t protected under the current system.
The benefit was meant to respond to a “once-in-a-generation crisis,” Trudeau says.
The Montreal facility where COVID-19 vaccines could be produced is still under construction.
The Greens' parliamentary leader called the practice undemocratic and said it leaves her party's voters with less of a voice.
Canada's airlines also agreed to suspend flights to the Caribbean and Mexico until April.
Premiers want Ottawa to introduce stronger measures to deter travel.