Today in the city Ottawa 04.06.2020
LCF : les finances inquiètent comme la santé

Pour Antoine Pruneau, il est vrai que la COVID-19 ajoute une dose de nervosité sur le plan de la santé, mais il ne cache pas que dans la LCF, les doutes se font particulièrement r...

John Ivison: First Nations success story threatened by COVID-19 lockdown needs a hand from Ottawa

There is a blossoming relationship between Canada’s Indigenous communities and capital markets but the matchmaker sustaining that has been sideswiped

Questions raised about safety, organization of Ottawa anti-racism march planned for Friday

An upcoming march in solidarity with growing civil unrest across the United States is prompting concerns from other Black activist groups in Ottawa.

D.J. Smith se tourne déjà vers 2020-2021

Après sa première saison comme entraîneur-chef dans la LNH, D.J. Smith, des Sénateurs, se tourne vers la campagne 2020-21, même si on ne sait pas quand elle déb...

Native Women's Association Of Canada Gives Liberals ‘Resounding Fail’ On MMIWG Report Anniversary

OTTAWA — It was Sonya Nadine Mae Cywink’s 31st birthday when she went missing in Ontario in mid-August of 1994.She was with child.She had been planning to celebrate her birthday by meeting...

Elizabeth May Wants Canada To Accept U.S. Asylum Seekers Now That Country ‘No Longer Safe’

Elizabeth May says Canada must welcome asylum seekers wanting to flee the United States because it isn’t a secure country for racialized communities under the president’s leadership.&ldquo...

Ottawa home prices continue to climb in May amid coronavirus pandemic

Ottawa realtors are reporting fewer home sales but higher prices as the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect real estate in the capital.

Why the man at the centre of last year’s Canada-Philippines ‘trash’ crisis says Ottawa owes him an apology

Jim Makris claims he had the right permission to export recycling material to the Philippines in 2013.

Internal documents show CBSA scenarios to decide who gets across the border — and who doesn't

Several Canadian families have told CBC News of the heartbreak they have experienced being separated due to travel restrictions because of COVID-19 at the Canada-U.S. border.

Trudeau Took A Long Pause Before Answering Question About Trump’s Military Action

OTTAWA —  Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stood silent for more than 20 seconds at his Ottawa press briefing Tuesday after he was asked to comment on Donald Trump’s threat to deploy the...

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