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Liberals set to ‘meet the moment’, appeal to voters as budget unveiled Tuesday

Liberals set to ‘meet the moment’, appeal to voters as budget unveiled Tuesday

Government has already announced much new spending, about to explain how they will foot the bill
Early tax filers among first to receive 2024 Canada carbon rebates

Early tax filers among first to receive 2024 Canada carbon rebates

Ottawa has been battling with banks about how the deposits are labelled
Hygienists want Ottawa to scrub double-standard dental payments

Hygienists want Ottawa to scrub double-standard dental payments

Independent hygienists will be reimbursed less than those working at dentist offices
Joly urges Israel to ‘take the win’ don’t retaliate against Iraq

Joly urges Israel to ‘take the win’ don’t retaliate against Iraq

‘Canada is pushing diplomatically to stop further escalation’
Couple watched rescuing firefighters topple into floodwaters, inquest told

Couple watched rescuing firefighters topple into floodwaters, inquest told

‘They were coming to save us’: testimony begins in deaths of two Quebec firefighters
Love says everybody should be in Love (even if it feels a little flat)

Love says everybody should be in Love (even if it feels a little flat)

Saskatchewan village embraces its name with new chapel and other ways to share the Love
Darkness of the eclipse sheds new light on zoo animal behaviour

Darkness of the eclipse sheds new light on zoo animal behaviour

Animals reacted in a variety of ways — much of them unexpected as it got dark during Quebec day
Liberals say don’t expect deficit to rise as Canada awaits federal budget

Liberals say don’t expect deficit to rise as Canada awaits federal budget

After countrywide pre-budget tour, Liberals reveal Tuesday how they’ll pay for it all
G7 leaders condemn Iran attack, say they stand in full solidarity with Israel

G7 leaders condemn Iran attack, say they stand in full solidarity with Israel

Group said Iran’s attack ‘risks provoking an uncontrollable regional escalation’
What we learned from the inquiry into foreign meddling in Canada’s elections

What we learned from the inquiry into foreign meddling in Canada’s elections

CSIS points to China as ‘the most significant’ source of foreign interference