The Government of Canada and the Government of Yukon are working closely together to ensure families have access to affordable, high-quality and safe early learning and child care opportunities and to address new challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A joint pilot program from the Province of Alberta and the Government of Canada – the first of its kind in the country – is being developed to safely explore an alternative approach to the current 14-day quarantine requirement for
Quebec Premier François Legault’s popularity is due in part to how he’s navigated the relationship between language and race, often playing one against the other. But in addressing the uOttawa controversy, he is risking political capital when it comes to
Canada’s oil and gas sector is an important part of Canada’s economy, and workers in the sector have been significantly affected by the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. By working together with the sector, the government can help it rebound,
The number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Indigenous communities continues to grow. As had been reported by October 21, the weeks of October 4-10 and October 11-17 have seen weekly increases in the number of new cases of COVID-19
Five years into the Canadian military’s formal crackdown on sexual misconduct, some in the Armed Forces who report sexual offences still report being bullied, harassed and singled out by superior officers, according to a new report by an agency of the
Meanwhile, the Czech Republic is adopting exactly the same massive restrictions it slapped on citizens in the spring amid a rise in cases, despite Prime Minister Andrej Babis previously saying these measures would never return.
Premier Doug Ford is facing accusations of using the response to COVID-19 as a guise to advance his political interests by adding unrelated measures to legislative bills that contain pandemic measures.
This week’s excitement ended quietly on Wednesday afternoon, brought to a formal conclusion by a vote of 180 nays to 146 yeas. But the break in tension may be short-lived — and it’s not clear how the partisan players will
According to Kids Help Phone, hundreds of teens are continuing to call and text the service every day to talk about mental health issues, but experts say there are signs that some teens are beginning to adapt to stress from
Curriculum advisers hand-picked by the Alberta government are recommending Grade 3 and 4 students learn about feudalism, Chinese dynasties and Homer’s Odyssey in social studies classes, as well as removing references to residential schools and equity in K-4 classes.
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