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Liberals introduce bill to create intelligence super-watchdog

Liberals introduce bill to create intelligence super-watchdog

National security changes tabled by the Liberals would create a super-watchdog to oversee the full array of federal intelligence agencies. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the bill aims to protect the rights of Canadians.
Canada 150: Jean Chretien on charter and unease with abortion

Canada 150: Jean Chretien on charter and unease with abortion

Former prime minister Jean Chretien says his religious upbringing made dealing with the issues of same-sex marriage and abortion rights "very difficult" for him when he was helping to shape the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Gender equality to be major topic at Quebec G7 summit: Trudeau

Gender equality to be major topic at Quebec G7 summit: Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with locals and the mayor of La Malbaie on Thursday, in the picturesque Quebec town hosting next year’s G7 summit. Trudeau says gender equality will be a major topic of discussion at the meeting.
Ontario leaders’ biggest challenges in year before election

Ontario leaders’ biggest challenges in year before election

Ontario’s next provincial election is scheduled for June 7, 2018. The province’s three main political party leaders weigh in on what they see as their biggest challenges in the 12 months before the vote.
Trudeau says Canada won’t ‘back down’ on climate commitments

Trudeau says Canada won’t ‘back down’ on climate commitments

Justin Trudeau marked World Environment Day Monday with a paddle on the Niagara River and a plea for climate action. The prime minister said Canada "won't walk away" from global efforts to stop climate change.
Woman seeks Trudeau's help freeing parents held in China

Woman seeks Trudeau's help freeing parents held in China

The daughter of two Canadian winery owners held in China for over a year is seeking help from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Amy Chang says her parents John Chang and Lan-Fed Lu have been tried over a customs valuation dispute.
Inside a treatment centre, men confront addiction stigma

Inside a treatment centre, men confront addiction stigma

At the Sunshine Coast Health Centre in Powell River, B.C., men in treatment for addiction say stigma about substance abuse make it harder to get help. One client says men at the facility are trying to “become good people again.”
On the picket lines as Quebec construction workers strike

On the picket lines as Quebec construction workers strike

About 175,000 Quebec construction workers have walked off the job, after companies and labour federations failed to sign collective agreements ahead of a strike deadline of midnight Tuesday.
RCMP culture change on harassment likely to be ‘slow’: Watchdog

RCMP culture change on harassment likely to be ‘slow’: Watchdog

An RCMP watchdog report is outlining problems of bullying and harassment in the force as well as ways to address them. A lawyer with the Civilian Complaints and Review Commission says culture change will take a “sustained effort.”
Justin Trudeau tours flood zone in Gatineau, Quebec

Justin Trudeau tours flood zone in Gatineau, Quebec

The prime minister surveyed flood damage in Gatineau, Quebec on Thursday. Justin Trudeau says climate change means infrastructure needs improvement to lessen similar devastation in the future.