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Ottawa extending Canada’s local journalism funding program

Ottawa extending Canada’s local journalism funding program

$58.8M will be available to fund journalists in under-represented communities until 2027
Mulroney’s death sparks wave of tributes from across Canada

Mulroney’s death sparks wave of tributes from across Canada

Former prime minister championed free trade and ushered in the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement
‘Life changing’: People with diabetes greet treatment coverage with joy

‘Life changing’: People with diabetes greet treatment coverage with joy

New federal pharmacare plan expected to cover medication and supplies
Hugs follow jury recommendations in Saskatchewan mass killer inquest

Hugs follow jury recommendations in Saskatchewan mass killer inquest

Myles Sanderson died from an accidental overdose after a high-speed police chase
Brian Mulroney, a PM with little middle ground in Canada’s hearts, dead at 84

Brian Mulroney, a PM with little middle ground in Canada’s hearts, dead at 84

Daughter announces former prime minister’s passing on social media
Birth control, diabetes to be covered under initial pharmacare test run

Birth control, diabetes to be covered under initial pharmacare test run

Minister presents bill, estimates a $1.5B cost depending on discussions with the provinces
Airfares dropping and they could be poised to drop even more

Airfares dropping and they could be poised to drop even more

Cost of flying is bucking high inflation trend affecting so many other services
40 years later, there will be no landmark walk in the snow for this Trudeau

40 years later, there will be no landmark walk in the snow for this Trudeau

No snow in Ottawa and little chance Justin follows dad’s footsteps, despite the parallels
Liberals to introduce federal pharmacare, with 1 day to spare

Liberals to introduce federal pharmacare, with 1 day to spare

Final deals of deal with NDP securing support for the government reached over the weekend,
Growing number of parents ‘really against’ getting their kids vaccinated

Growing number of parents ‘really against’ getting their kids vaccinated

New Angus Reid poll finds 17% of Canadians strongly opposed now, compared to 4% in 2019