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Top public servant says few redactions of cabinet confidences made to WE documents

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NDP MP Peter Julian says documents released to them contained about 1,500 pages with redactions


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Alberta forecasts drawn-out economic recovery from pandemic in its fiscal update

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The government is factoring a $750-million COVID-19 contingency fund into its plans for next year as it grapples with continued depressed oil prices and demand


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Youths behind climate lawsuit file appeal after Federal Court rejects case

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A group of 15 young people had argued the federal government’s inadequate action on climate change is violating their charter rights to life, liberty and security of the person


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Evening Update: Canada may get COVID-19 shots after other countries, Trudeau says; national fossil fuel consumption may have peaked, regulator says

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Also in the news today, Grammy nominations were announced: Beyoncé received the most nods with nine and Justin Bieber is the top Canadian with four


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Halifax regional council approves three projects for federal housing program

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Council voted today in favour of proposals from the Mi’kmaq Native Friendship Centre, Adsum Women and Children and the North End Community Health Association to receive $8.7 million of funding


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Manitoba’s COVID restrictions bring more pain for the bereaved

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Funeral homes and burial services companies in Manitoba have worked under some of the strictest public-health orders in the country


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Video: Federal rent aid opens amid swirl of anxiety

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Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland says Ottawa's revamped rent-relief program should prevent small businesses that have survived this far into the pandemic from faltering despite a new wave of partial lockdowns in hotspots across the country. Freeland, faced with backlash from small-business owners who say governments are giving preferable treatment to big-box chains that are allowed to remain open, responded that a bundle of subsidies combined with targeted store shutdowns are a necessary step.


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