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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says the federal government is coming through with an energy aid package for the wounded sector, and that he hopes it will be announced this week.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair has asked the federal prison service and the parole board to look at early release for some offenders to prevent the spread of COVID-19 behind bars.
The federal government is providing some relief to Canada’s air transportation sector, one of the many industries hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The House of Commons health committee convened its first entirely virtual meeting on Tuesday, despite Parliament's suspension, to receive a briefing on COVID-19 response efforts underway.
Former Liberal cabinet minister Ralph Goodale has been named a special adviser to the Trudeau government into Iran's downing of a commercial airliner in January.
With countries in a life-or-death scramble to stockpile gowns, gloves, masks and ventilators, protectionism these days isn't such a dirty word.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that the military is 'gearing up' to join the federal approach to combating the COVID-19 pandemic, and he has spelled out the awaited details about the wage subsidy for Canadian businesses.
Canada's spy agency is moving quietly ahead with plans to collect and use databases containing personal information about Canadians, newly released documents show.
The Scrum, joined by former public safety minister Rafael Goodale, discuss forced isolation and the medical shipment sent to China.
Will financial help from the government be enough? The Scrum, with former public safety minister Rafael Goodale, weighs in on the options.
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer assesses the government's handling of COVID-19.
Industry Minister Navdeep Bains explains when Canadians can expect their emergency funds and says economic measures are coming soon.
Business Council of Canada CEO Goldy Hyder and Canadian Federation of Independent Business CEO Dan Kelly discuss the impact of COVID-19.
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