Families, Children and Social Development Minister Karina Gould said Thursday that new legislation aimed at enshrining the Trudeau government’s child-care program into federal law would prevent Conservatives from dismantling the system. She said it would require them to “publicly tell Canadians they do not believe in affordable child-care.”
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is going to work as constructively as possible with Alberta after lawmakers passed Premier Danielle Smith's controversial sovereignty act. The legislature passed the legislation overnight after stripping out a provision that would have granted the provincial cabinet extraordinary powers. Indigenous groups had called for the bill to be scrapped and the Opposition New Democrats described it as “a hot mess express.” Trudeau says the
Families, Children and Social Development Minister Karina Gould unveiled new legislation on Thursday aimed at enshrining the Trudeau’s national child-care program in federal law. Gould said the new legislation would make it harder for future governments to undo the government’s $10-a-day child-care agreements with provinces and territories.
CALGARY — The Canada Energy Regulator has issued financial penalties against Trans Mountain Corp. related to the 2020 death of a worker. The regulator says the Crown corporation failed to take all reasonable care to ensure the safety and security of workers on the day of the incident. The incident occurred on Oct. 27, 2020, when a person working near Edmonton, Alta. on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project was fatally injured. The person was disassembling a trench box at the time. The re
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — A member of President Joe Biden's Cabinet is urging Georgia officials to deny permits for a proposed mine near the edge of the famed Okefenokee Swamp and its vast wildlife refuge, saying the plan poses “unacceptable risk” to the swamp's fragile ecology. “I write to express serious concerns regarding proposed mining activities that have the potential to negatively impact the Okefenokee Swamp ecosystem and Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge,” Interior Secretary Deb Haaland sa
Former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson, who runs an organization aimed at freeing Americans wrongfully detained abroad, breaks down the negotiation process to secure Brittney Griner's freedom.
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Wednesday said he has less than $12 million of the $1.5 billion he owes the families of Sandy Hook school shooting victims, but they immediately questioned the accuracy of his statements. In the first hearing of Jones' bankruptcy in a Houston court, his attorney Vickie Driver said Jones wanted to settle with the Sandy Hook families. Jones said in a court filing that it would be "functionally impossible" for him to pay the defamation verdicts in full.
The RCMP has charged a CBC News journalist in P.E.I. with disobeying a court order, after an investigation into an alleged breach of a publication ban. The investigation related to the publication of a "news article," the P.E.I. RCMP said in a news release Wednesday, but did not specify where it was published, or in what form. The RCMP identified Jesara Sinclair as the person facing the charge, which has not been proven in court. Sinclair is a CBC journalist. According to the news release, the a
As a number of viruses circulate in Nova Scotia classrooms, attendance rates in schools have steadily fallen since September. At least in the Halifax area, that trend picked up even more over the month of November. In the Halifax Regional Centre for Education, the province's most populous education district, average attendance rates dropped from 92 per cent in September, to 90 per cent in October, to 86 per cent in November. Over the course of November, attendance fell steadily, from 89 per cent
The coughing and hacking are coming from inside the house. The legislative assembly, to be specific. Reflecting the virus-wracked communities they represent, several MLAs were audibly coughing, clearing their throats and speaking with decidedly scratchy voices during Friday's sitting of the legislature. "If they're anything like the general population, we know there's been a serious uptick in the number of viruses," said Green MLA Megan Mitton. "For the last two and a half weeks, it's been very
ATLANTA, Ga (AP) — Just in time for the holidays, Ludacris and Mercedes-Benz have surprised schoolchildren in Atlanta with more than 500 new pairs of shoes. “It’s all about giving kids moments that they’re going to remember for the rest of their lives,” Ludacris said Wednesday at Miles Elementary School. “And I think today is one of those days that just coming here and seeing the smiles on their faces and making sure that, you know, everything is just given to them and knowing that we’re here to
Three teens have been charged after stabbings at an Oakville high school, Halton police say, while an arrest warrant has gone out for an adult also wanted in connection to the incident. Officers were initially called to Garth Webb Secondary School at about 4 p.m. Wednesday after a fight erupted between a "group of youths" in the building's foyer, police said in a news release Thursday. They found three 15-year-olds with injuries. Two had stab wounds to their bodies, while a third had a bloody no
WARNING: This story contains distressing details. A coroner's jury has reached its verdict in the death of a 17-year-old Cree teen in a group home in Abbotsford, B.C., recommending more family-based services for children in care and faster action when those children go missing. Traevon Chalifoux-Desjarlais was found in a bedroom closet in September 2020, four days after he was first reported missing by a group home staffer. Following a coroner's inquest, his death has been confirmed as a suicide
The Nova Scotia government is poised to end the tender process with the only remaining bidder on the Halifax Infirmary redevelopment, CBC News has learned. The move would pave the way for a new approach on the once-in-a-generation health-care construction project. Documents obtained by CBC News show that Plenary PCL Health (PPH) and the government have been in discussions since October about a payment of $7 million to cover part of the consortium's work to date on its bid. The potential agreemen
The ultimate comfort food. Braised beef shank or Osso Buco in Italy. This dish takes very little time to prepare but a few hours to cook. It is definatly worth the wait. Ingredients 1. Beef Shank ( 3 ) 2. Flour ( to dredge the shank) 3. 2 Carrots chopped 4. 2 Celery stalks chopped 5. 1 Large yellow onion chopped 6. 1 Cup red wine 7. 1 Cup Beef broth 8. 2 Bay leaves 9. Salt and pepper to taste 10. Olive oil 11. Diced or Pureed tomatos 12. 2-3 cloves garlic minced Instructions: 1: Cover shank in flour 2: Preheat Dutch oven (or similar) to Med High Heat 3: Fry Beef shank till a nice brown colour and remove. 4. In the same pan saute onions and garlic. (cook till translucent) 5. Add wine and deglaze pot. 6: Add in celery, carrots, broth ,tomatoes, bay leaves and salt and pepper to taste, 7: Place Shank in the pot and make sure the meat is just covered. 8: Cook at med high heat for 90 mins than reduce heat and simmer till liquid has been reduced. I love this dish with garlic mashed potatoes but you can also use Polenta. Thank You for watching and do not forget to hit the subscribe button. Check out these videos: Check out my other videos: Sticky Teriyaki Chicken Wings https://rumble.com/v1w1dw0-teriyaki-chicken-wings-crispy-and-extra-sticky.html Mouth Watering Crepes https://rumble.com/v1u5p6m-mouthwatering-caramel-maple-crepes.html Bacon Pancakes https://rumble.com/v1qoohk-bacon-pancake.html Follow us Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/grizzlypawsmokers/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GrizzlyPawSmokers/
The federal government will spend up to $800 million on four Indigenous-led conservation projects, including projects in the N.W.T. and Nunavut. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who made the announcement Wednesday, said each of the projects is unique because they are designed by the communities themselves. Trudeau told reporters the exact details of the agreements have yet to be worked out, including which portions of the lands will be shielded from resource extraction. The Indigenous partners, he
Former instructor Rod Cumberland's behaviour at two seminars on herbicides was part of the focus Thursday as a court continued to hear his wrongful dismissal lawsuit against the Maritime College of Forest Technology. The school's director, Tim Marshall, was questioned about how Cumberland's actions before and during the seminars held in January 2019 weighed on the decision to fire him five months later. The trial had already heard that a group called Forest Info hosted two seminars in Fredericto
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Revitalized at the World Cup, Louis van Gaal might not be ready to call time on his coaching career just yet. The 71-year-old Van Gaal came out of retirement last year to take charge of the Netherlands for a third time and has led the team to the World Cup quarterfinals, displaying his usual brand of quirkiness off the field and tactical acumen in the dugout. Having to battle against an aggressive form of prostate cancer hasn't dampened the enthusiasm of one of soccer's most c
One year after the floods of November 2021 left coho salmon stranded behind a logjam in the Coldwater River, recovery efforts have cleared the way for 2,000 of the fish to swim upstream to their spawning grounds. The Coldwater, one of B.C.'s most important salmon rivers, was blocked when the floods threw logs and sediment across the waterway, barring access to over 10 kilometres of important habitat. The area around the logjam, located southwest of Merritt in B.C.'s Thompson-Nicola region, has b
Jim Stanford, director of the Centre for Future Work says raising interest rates is not the only way to tackle inflation in Canada.