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More to do on housing affordability: Freeland

More to do on housing affordability: Freeland

Speaking at a virtual event, Freeland says the federal government wants to work with lower levels of government on the issue, saying there is more that cities, provinces and Ottawa can do together.

More to do on housing affordability: Freeland

Retaking language test unfair: immigrants

Retaking language test unfair: immigrants

Akshay Aman, a law clerk graduate currently working as a security officer in Toronto, says international students have already passed language tests and proved their proficiency in English or French when they got their school admission and student visa.

Retaking language test unfair: immigrants

Montreal newspaper blasted for front-page photo of Trudeau in India

Montreal newspaper blasted for front-page photo of Trudeau in India

Trudeau is wearing traditional Indian clothes and holding his hands together in prayer beside a caption that reads, "The Indian variant has arrived." The cover refers to Quebec's first case of a novel coronavirus variant that emerged in India, and it asks "Justin" whether ties with India will be cut quickly.

Montreal newspaper blasted for front-page photo of Trudeau in India

Arrest after teen injured at Victoria tent camp

Arrest after teen injured at Victoria tent camp

Const. Cam MacIntyre says a 38-year-old man was arrested in the park Wednesday and remains in custody awaiting recommended charges, including assault, sexual interference and sexual exploitation.

Arrest after teen injured at Victoria tent camp

Canada eyes policy on travel from India due to massive COVID surge

Canada eyes policy on travel from India due to massive COVID surge

Calls are mounting for Ottawa to limit travel from India and other such hot spots. India recorded nearly 300,000 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday alone, with 2,000 more deaths linked to the virus.

Canada eyes policy on travel from India due to massive COVID surge

PM pledges 40-45% emissions cut by 2030

PM pledges 40-45% emissions cut by 2030

The new target is higher than the 36 per cent reduction the government says it can achieve under existing measures by 2030, and the 30 per cent goal Canada initially agreed to under the Paris Agreement.

PM pledges 40-45% emissions cut by 2030