OTTAWA — Transport Minister Marc Garneau says he’s following the situation of Canadians still trying to get their money back from cancelled flights due to COVID-19, but is standing by his decision not to force airlines to offer refunds.Read more
Wednesday is the first round of voting for two vacancies on the United Nations’ 15-member Security Council. We should know then (or Thursday, if a second round of balloting is needed), whether the Trudeau government will achieve its top foreign affairs goal and beat out either Norway or Ireland for one of the two-year terms.Read more
WATCH ABOVE as the Sun’s political columnist Brian Lilley says Justin Trudeau has given up too much for a seat at the United Nations Security Council. What do YOU think? Tweet and Facebook us! And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.Read more
OTTAWA – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is ruling out providing a fiscal update on the nation’s finances despite demands from opposition parties.
Trudeau said his government has been fully transparent about its spending on the pandemic, but providing a fiscal update would require a crystal ball on where the economy is headed.Read more
The Liberals proposed legislation on the Canada Emergency Response Benefit was stalled Wednesday when they could not find an ally in the minority Parliament.
All of the opposition parties made demands in return for supporting the government.Read more
An agreement has once again been reached between Canada and the United States to keep the border closed to all non-essential travel for another month, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced.Read more