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Updated: 6 days 14 hours ago
As MPs return to the Chamber in the wake of the week-long constituency break, the Bloc Quebecois is set to take temporary control of the House agenda today, courtesy of their first designated supply day of the session, which, according to the projected order of business, they intend to use to make the case for extending employment insurance benefits […]
iPolitics AM: Anti-pipeline protests, NAFTA ratification and Teck mine on the agenda as House re-opens for business
ALSO TODAY: Trade committee kicks off NAFTA study — ‘Reject Teck’ protest hits the Hill As the rolling cross-country protests against the Coastal GasLink pipeline continue to snarl passenger and freight rail traffic — with key highways and major roadways also being targeted for temporary shutdowns over the holiday weekend — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should be ready for an extended cross-examination over […]
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What We’re Watching: Trudeau cancels CARICOM appearance to address Wet’suwet’en protests, rail blockades
Trudeau to face MPs as Wet’suwet’en protests, rail blockades continue With the House set to re-open for business for the first time since Canada’s passenger and freight rail networks became the latest frontline in the standoff over the Coastal GasLink pipeline, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau can expect to come under pressure from all sides when he takes his […]
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