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Well-funded Conservatives paid $8.5M on advertising in 2023

Well-funded Conservatives paid $8.5M on advertising in 2023

The Liberals spent just a fraction of that at around $381,000
Poilievre vows to scrap Online Harms Act as costs pegged at $200M

Poilievre vows to scrap Online Harms Act as costs pegged at $200M

The online harms bill also proposes creating a Digital Safety Ombudsperson
Saskatchewan files for injunction over CRA collecting carbon money

Saskatchewan files for injunction over CRA collecting carbon money

It argues it’s unconstitutional for the agency to take from the province’s consolidated revenue fund
Alberta transgender teen takes action after being deadnamed in yearbook

Alberta transgender teen takes action after being deadnamed in yearbook

Deadnaming refers to the name a transgender person was given at birth but no longer uses
Deputy PM says ‘vast, vast majority’ of Liberal caucus supports Trudeau

Deputy PM says ‘vast, vast majority’ of Liberal caucus supports Trudeau

Her comments come as questions continue to swirl about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s leadership
Criminal trial of ‘Freedom Convoy’ organizer Pat King adjourned to July 15

Criminal trial of ‘Freedom Convoy’ organizer Pat King adjourned to July 15

King was a prominent figure in the convoy that gridlocked downtown Ottawa for more than 3 weeks
Montreal Liberal MP Anthony Housefather named to new antisemitism adviser role

Montreal Liberal MP Anthony Housefather named to new antisemitism adviser role

The appointment comes four months after Housefather said he considered leaving the Liberal caucus
Conservatives vow to remove Liberals’ pick for Canadian Human Rights Commission

Conservatives vow to remove Liberals’ pick for Canadian Human Rights Commission

Birju Dattani is to take over as the chief commissioner next month for a five-year term
‘Saddled up’: Calgarians put water crisis aside for fun at Stampede

‘Saddled up’: Calgarians put water crisis aside for fun at Stampede

A directive to cut indoor water use by 25% with fewer showers, toilet flushes was lifted recently
LCBO workers to hold rally in downtown Toronto on day 2 of historic strike

LCBO workers to hold rally in downtown Toronto on day 2 of historic strike

It was their first ever strike