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Canada mulls Chinese EV tariff following U.S. move but is not committing to it

Canada mulls Chinese EV tariff following U.S. move but is not committing to it

Cana­da is look­ing at the mas­sive new U.S. import tar­iffs on Chi­nese-made elec­tric vehi­cles imposed by Pres­i­dent Joe Biden ear­li­er this month, but is not mak­ing any com­mit­ment to fol­low­ing suit north of the bor­der. Chi­nese brands…

Experts seeing 'more and more' hate content created by artificial intelligence

Experts seeing 'more and more' hate content created by artificial intelligence

The clip is of a real his­tor­i­cal event — a speech giv­en by Nazi dic­ta­tor…

Trudeau will mark 80th anniversary of D-day at Juno Beach ceremony in France

Trudeau will mark 80th anniversary of D-day at Juno Beach ceremony in France

Prime Min­is­ter Justin Trudeau will trav­el to France next month for the 80th…

Blaine Higgs 'furious' over sexual education presentation

Blaine Higgs 'furious' over sexual education presentation

New Brunswick Pre­mier Blaine Hig­gs has shared his anger on social media over…

What's behind a historic, unusual U.S. military cash transfer to Canadian mines

What's behind a historic, unusual U.S. military cash transfer to Canadian mines

The Unit­ed States was grow­ing des­per­ate, months before its entry into the Sec­ond…

The time Pierre Poilievre got a dressing-down from Stephen Harper

The time Pierre Poilievre got a dressing-down from Stephen Harper

Pierre Poilievre’s sec­ond term was marred by what remains one of the biggest mis­takes…

No sign Canada has a plan to reach NATO defence spending target: U.S. NATO ambassador

No sign Canada has a plan to reach NATO defence spending target: U.S. NATO ambassador

The U.S. ambas­sador to NATO says despite the Cana­di­an gov­ern­ment claim­ing to ​“take…



Reality check: Pierre Poilievre says Justin Trudeau legalized hard drugs in British Columbia. Is that true?

Reality check: Pierre Poilievre says Justin Trudeau legalized hard drugs in British Columbia. Is…

You’ve prob­a­bly heard him say it: Con­ser­v­a­tive Leader Pierre Poilievre claims…

NDP MP raps Conservative over ‘fake news’ video

NDP MP raps Conservative over ‘fake news’ video

NDP MP Matthew Green says Con­ser­v­a­tive MP Bran­den Leslie should apol­o­gize for…

Quebec premier says he's open to limiting social media use as CAQ debates age limits

Quebec premier says he's open to limiting social media use as CAQ debates age limits

Que­bec Pre­mier Fran­cois Legault says he’s open to ​“tak­ing major steps” to curb…

Albertans think Danielle Smith is bad on affordability. Here's why she isn't paying for it

Albertans think Danielle Smith is bad on affordability. Here's why she isn't paying for it

The three most impor­tant issues to Alber­tans are health care, the cost of liv­ing and…

A new report on poverty challenges both Liberals and Conservatives

A new report on poverty challenges both Liberals and Conservatives

Con­ser­v­a­tive Leader Pierre Poilievre under­stand­ably seized on a new report…

Different times trigger different concerns for Alberta voters

Different times trigger different concerns for Alberta voters

Jason Ken­ney swept to vic­to­ry in 2019 with a tight­ly focused mes­sage on what…

With podcasts and influencers, the Liberals fight to win back lost ground with younger voters

With podcasts and influencers, the Liberals fight to win back lost ground with younger voters

Trail­ing in the polls among the younger vot­ers who could decide the next gen­er­al…

Good Talk - What's Tom Mulcair Up To?

Good Talk - What's Tom Mulcair Up To?

The for­mer nation­al leader of the NDP has been say­ing some nice things about Mark…

Justin Trudeau says Benjamin Netanyahu is blocking two-state solution for Israelis and Palestinians

Justin Trudeau says Benjamin Netanyahu is blocking two-state solution for Israelis and Palestinians

Prime Min­is­ter Justin Trudeau has accused Israeli Prime Min­is­ter Ben­jamin Netanyahu…



Trudeau responds to American senators calling on Canada to increase defence spending

Trudeau responds to American senators calling on Canada to increase defence spending

Stop­ping short of offer­ing the assur­ance U.S. sen­a­tors are seek­ing, Prime…

Survey finds producers see climate change having major effects on them

Gov­ern­ments must do more to help farm­ers cope with cli­mate change

No election deal as leaders of BC United and Conservatives trade scathing comments

    No election deal as leaders of BC United and Conservatives trade scathing comments

    Vic­to­ria — A pro­posed deal to avoid vote split­ting between British Columbi­a’s two…

    Canada expects 'everyone' to abide by ICJ's latest Israel ruling, Trudeau says

      Canada expects 'everyone' to abide by ICJ's latest Israel ruling, Trudeau says

      Ottawa — The Inter­na­tion­al Court of Jus­tice’s lat­est rul­ing is in line with…

      Independent Toronto MP Kevin Vuong asks Poilievre to let him join Conservative caucus

      Independent Toronto MP Kevin Vuong asks Poilievre to let him join Conservative caucus

      Ottawa — Inde­pen­dent Toron­to MP Kevin Vuong says he is ask­ing Con­ser­v­a­tive Leader…

      Saskatchewan MLA quits as house leader, says he took gun into legislature decade ago

        Saskatchewan MLA quits as house leader, says he took gun into legislature decade ago

        Regi­na — One week after Pre­mier Scott Moe pub­licly assured Saskatchewan res­i­dents…

        ‘We wanted answers’: federal public service unions protest government’s return to workplace policy

        ‘We wanted answers’: federal public service unions protest government’s return to workplace policy

        Canada’s biggest pub­lic ser­vice unions are fight­ing back against the government’s…

        The Race Next Door - #1

        The Race Next Door - #1

        Every two weeks until the Novem­ber Pres­i­den­tial Elec­tion in the US, I’ll post…

        Canadian border workers vote in favour of possible strike: union

        Canadian border workers vote in favour of possible strike: union

        Bor­der work­ers have vot­ed in favour of a strike man­date which could lead to…



        Top Russian military officials are being arrested. Why is it happening?

        Top Russian military officials are being arrested. Why is it happening?

        It began last month with the arrest of a Russ­ian deputy defense min­is­ter. Then…

        Abacus Data Poll: Conservatives lead down to 16 as Liberals make gains among younger Canadians

        Abacus Data Poll: Conservatives lead down to 16 as Liberals make gains among younger Canadians

        From May 16 to 21, 2024 Aba­cus Data con­duct­ed a nation­al sur­vey of 2,415 adults…

        CSIS chief pushes back against PMO claim about mistake in intelligence report

        CSIS chief pushes back against PMO claim about mistake in intelligence report

        The head of Canada’s spy agency says he has a ​“dif­fer­ent inter­pre­ta­tion” of an…

        Ford thanks Ottawa as minister cites 'deep concerns' over Toronto's decriminalization

        Ford thanks Ottawa as minister cites 'deep concerns' over Toronto's decriminalization

        Ontario Pre­mier Doug Ford is thank­ing the fed­er­al gov­ern­ment for reject­ing…

        Key figure in Freedom Convoy argues police, city failed residents at trial

        Key figure in Freedom Convoy argues police, city failed residents at trial

        An Ottawa police offi­cer respon­si­ble for engag­ing with pro­test­ers attend­ing what…

        Trudeau's promised made-in-Canada vaccine plant hasn't produced any shots

        Trudeau's promised made-in-Canada vaccine plant hasn't produced any shots

        At the height of the COVID-19 pan­dem­ic, Prime Min­is­ter Justin Trudeau made…

        Pierre Poilievre says he’ll ‘axe the carbon tax’ for consumers — but when it comes to the pricing system for Canadian industries, he won’t say

        Pierre Poilievre says he’ll ‘axe the carbon tax’ for consumers — but when it comes to the pricing…

        He would repeal incom­ing fed­er­al elec­tric­i­ty reg­u­la­tions. He would scrap…

        B.C. voter data complainant calls out microtargeting, as parties mum on next steps after court loss

        B.C. voter data complainant calls out microtargeting, as parties mum on next steps after court loss

        A pri­vate cit­i­zen behind a com­plaint that has led to tighter pri­va­cy rules for…

        House of Commons launches study of controversial travel spending rule

        House of Commons launches study of controversial travel spending rule

        Clause in rules has allowed MPs to bill Par­lia­ment for $538,314 over the past year. The…

        U.S. senators write to Trudeau asking him to meet 2% GDP defence spending commitment

        U.S. senators write to Trudeau asking him to meet 2% GDP defence spending commitment

        A bipar­ti­san group of 23 U.S. sen­a­tors have writ­ten to Prime Min­is­ter Justin…

        Bonnie Crombie asks RCMP for update on Greenbelt investigation of Ford government

        Bonnie Crombie asks RCMP for update on Greenbelt investigation of Ford government

        Lib­er­al Leader Bon­nie Crom­bie is ask­ing the RCMP for an update on its…

        Another would-be Conservative nominee alleges 'irregularities' in race to carry party banner

        Another would-be Conservative nominee alleges 'irregularities' in race to carry party banner

        A town coun­cil­lor run­ning for the Con­ser­v­a­tive nom­i­na­tion in an Ontario rid­ing…

        Premier Furey OK With Burt’s Distaste for Trudeau, Support for Federal Tories

          Premier Furey OK With Burt’s Distaste for Trudeau, Support for Federal Tories

          The Lib­er­al can­di­date in the Baie Verte-Green Bay byelec­tion is a mem­ber of…

          Trudeau cabinet withholding documents on foreign interference from inquiry

          Trudeau cabinet withholding documents on foreign interference from inquiry

          The Lib­er­al gov­ern­ment is fac­ing push­back from Jus­tice Marie-Josée Hogue for…

          Minister tables bill to extend citizenship rights to children born abroad
          Federal employee charged with sexual assault after former Afghan interpreter sues government

          Federal employee charged with sexual assault after former Afghan interpreter sues government

          A fed­er­al pub­lic ser­vant at Glob­al Affairs who is being sued by a female…

          RCMP warns push to switch to electric vehicles faces 'significant challenges'

          RCMP warns push to switch to electric vehicles faces 'significant challenges'

          Can the RCMP turn North Amer­i­ca’s largest law enforce­ment vehi­cle fleet green?…

          Trudeau's speech to union delegates took aim at Conservatives

          Trudeau's speech to union delegates took aim at Conservatives

          Prime Min­is­ter Justin Trudeau’s trip to the Unit­ed States tar­get­ed U.S. law­mak­ers,…