Federal

Prime Minister welcomes new Cabinet

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has announced the members of Cabinet following this fall’s election, when Canadians chose to keep Canada moving forward. This diverse team will continue to find real solutions to the challenges that Canadians face, and deliver on a progressive agenda, as we finish the fight against COVID-19 and build a better future for everyone. The past ...

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Statement by the Prime Minister on Small Business Week

October 17, 2021 Ottawa, Ontario The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement marking Small Business Week, which runs from October 17 to 23, 2021: “Small businesses are at the heart of our communities across the country. They are the small neighbourhood café that makes the perfect cup of coffee, the entrepreneur who started a new online shop, and the ...

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Statement by the Prime Minister for World Mental Health Day

October 10, 2021 Ottawa, Ontario The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on World Mental Health Day: “Good health must include good mental health. That means taking care of our mental health just as we would our physical health. That’s why today, on World Mental Health Day, I encourage everyone to take good care of themselves and ...

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Beaucoup de petites entreprises sont vulnérables aux cyberattaques

Malgré la menace accrue de cyberattaques pendant la pandémie, près de la moitié (47 %) des propriétaires de petites entreprises canadiennes interrogés disent ne consacrer aucune partie de leur budget d’exploitation annuel à la cybersécurité. Cela représente une augmentation de 14 % par rapport à 2019, où un tiers (33 %) avait déclaré ne pas allouer de budget pour la cybersécurité, selon un ...

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Many small businesses vulnerable to cyber attacks

Despite the increased threat of cyber-attacks during the pandemic, almost half (47%) of Canadian small businesses surveyed say they do not allocate any portion of their annual operating budget to cyber security. This marks an increase of 14% from 2019, when one-third (33%) said they do not allocate any budget to cyber security, according to a new Leger survey, commissioned ...

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The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) is calling for Prime Minister Trudeau to apologize

The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) is calling for Prime Minister Trudeau to apologize for his actions in vacationing during the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.  More importantly, CAP is highlighting this as an opportunity for the Prime Minister to take concrete action to resolve his government relationship with Métis, status and non-status Indians, and Southern Inuit Indigenous People ...

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Statement by the Prime Minister on National Seniors Day

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on National Seniors Day: “Canada’s seniors have helped shape this country, and raised, mentored, and invested in generations of Canadians. As parents, grandparents, friends, neighbours, workers, and volunteers, they continue to contribute to our families, communities, and society in countless ways. “It has been a difficult pandemic for seniors in ...

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Statement by the Prime Minister on Women’s History Month

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on Women’s History Month: “Women have long been trailblazers in creating a better, more inclusive, and equal Canada. During Women’s History Month, we celebrate Canadian women’s contributions to building the country we know today. “This year’s theme – Women Making History Now – recognizes the women who are making a ...

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Statement from Ministers Carolyn Bennett, Marc Miller, Daniel Vandal and Steven Guilbeault on National Indigenous Peoples Day

The Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, the Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Indigenous Services, the Honourable Daniel Vandal, Minister of Northern Affairs, and the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage issued the following statement today in honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day: “Today marks the 25th anniversary of National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada, and the 26th ...

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CCPA Celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 21, 2021, is the national 25th anniversary of celebrating First Nations, Inuit, and Métis heritage, diverse cultures, and outstanding achievements. The Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) is committed to ensuring equitable access to counselors and psychotherapists for Indigenous People as a step toward reconciliation. “Decolonization is possible when Indigenous Peoples and Communities are uplifted, invited to engage, when ...

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NDP calls on Liberals to reverse $800 cut to the CRB

The NDP have renewed its call on Justin Trudeau’s Liberals to reverse their decision to cut the CRB for people who need it to survive during this pandemic. While pandemic lockdowns are still in place in several provinces, many Canadians still don’t have jobs to return to. The Liberals are trying to force through the Budget Implementation Act (BIA, Bill ...

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Le NPD demande aux libéraux de renoncer à la réduction de 800 $ de la PCRE

Les néo-démocrates ont de nouveau demandé aux libéraux de Justin Trudeau de revenir sur leur décision de réduire de 800 $ par mois la PCRE pour les personnes qui en dépendent pour surmonter la pandémie. Alors que des mesures de confinement liées à la pandémie sont toujours en place dans plusieurs provinces, beaucoup de gens sont toujours sans emploi. Les ...

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Canada Wide Warrant Issued in Connection with 2015 Homicide

  The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has now obtained a Canada Wide Warrant for the arrest of an eastern Ontario resident more than five years after the murder of Frederick “John” HATCH. Frederick “John” HATCH was last seen alive on the afternoon of December 16, 2015 in the area of West Hunt Club Road and Merivale Road in Nepean. His ...

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Déclaration de l’administratrice en chef de la santé publique du Canada – le jour du recensement

Le mardi 11 mai, c’est le jour du recensement. Tous les cinq ans, les Canadiens sont invités à participer au recensement et à fournir des renseignements qui seront utilisés pour planifier les programmes et les services comme les garderies, les écoles, les hôpitaux, le transport public et les services d’urgence. Cette année, les données sont plus importantes que jamais. Les ...

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