Team from Mexico's incoming government heading to Ottawa ...
Members of the incoming Mexican government's cabinet are heading to Ottawa early next week, as Canada tries to move the bilateral relationship "beyond the NA...
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Calgary, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. TITLE : ADMINISTRATIVE  ASSISTANT (NOC 1241) EMPLOYER : PEOPLE EXPRESS TRANSPORTS LTD.  Calgary, AB Salary...
Administrative Assistant
Calgary, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. TITLE : ADMINISTRATIVE  ASSISTANT (NOC 1241) EMPLOYER : AAA DOORS (AAA DOORS LTD.) Location Calgary, AB Salary ...
Liquor Store Supervisor
Calgary, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. TITLE : LIQUOR STORE SUPERVISOR (NOC 6211) EMPLOYER : ABLO (ABBEYDALE) AB LIQUOR OUTLET LTD.  Calgary, AB Salar...
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Calgary, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. TITLE : CATERING SERVICE MANAGER (NOC 0631) EMPLOYER : JIMMY THE GREEK (7330600 CANADA INC.)  LocationCalgary,&...
'She's way out of her league': Steel exec slams Freeland'...
A prominent Canadian steel executive told MPs this week that Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland​'s "ego" is getting in the way of ending American tar...
MPs committee calling on Morneau to boost deduction for c...
Wayne Easter answered the phone in the middle of a quick lunch. The chair of the Commons finance committee was in Winnipeg yesterday with other committee mem...
How a shift in Ottawa's bookkeeping is going to make the ...
The deficit and debt numbers in the federal government’s Annual Financial Report being released today will be higher than projected because of a significant ...
Pressure mounts on Morneau to boost deduction for capital...
Wayne Easter answered the phone in the middle of a quick lunch. The chair of the Commons finance committee was in Winnipeg yesterday with other committee mem...
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Toronto, ON Bigbee convenience & food Mart Supervise and co-ordinate sales staff and cashiers Assign sales workers to duties and prepare work schedules Autho...
Legal pot is bad news for Indigenous youth, say senators
Two senators say the law to legalize cannabis was passed too quickly, and will only worsen the mental-health crisis among Indigenous youth. A few months ago,...
Pay for Ford’s new trade rep ‘insane’: opposition
TORONTO — “Insane” and “hypocritical” are what opposition parties are calling a 27 per cent pay bump that Premier Doug Ford has given...
Federal minister slams Doug Ford on his home turf
While on a visit to Toronto, Justin Trudeau’s minister of intergovernmental affairs left a meeting with an Ontario cabinet minister, then swiftly took ...
Scheer won't commit to keeping cannabis legal if Tories f...
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer isn’t promising to keep cannabis legal if his party wins the 2019 election.
Horwath cleared in complaint raised by Tory member
TORONTO — Ontario’s Speaker in the legislature has dismissed a complaint levelled by a Tory MPP at NDP Leader Andrea Horwath. On Wednesday, Progressive...
The pressure is on for Senate to pass a massive Asia-Paci...
The push is on for Parliament to quickly ratify the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) trade agreement so that Canada can reap t...
Canada not sending anyone to Saudi business summit
OTTAWA — Canada will not be sending anyone to a major investment conference in Saudi Arabia next week at a time when Riyadh is the target of global outrage —...
Black market expected to turn to pot sprays, tablets, oin...
OTTAWA — The Liberal government is aware the massive black market for marijuana is banking on the appeal of products like cookies, tablets and vape pens but ...
More needs to be done to curb sexual assaults in Canadian...
OTTAWA — Canada’s top general is taking no comfort from the fact the number of sexual assaults reported to military authorities more than doubled last ...
First visit to Saskatchewan: Gov. Gen. Payette calls her ...
Julie Payette is making her first official visit to Saskatchewan more than a year after taking office and says being Canada's Governor General is a great pri...
Gov. Gen. Julie Payette makes first official visit to Sas...
REGINA — Julie Payette is making her first official visit to Saskatchewan more than a year after taking office and says being Canada’s Governor General...
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Top general takes aim at new reports of military sexual a...
Canada's top general is taking no comfort from the fact the number of sexual assaults reported to military authorities more than doubled last year, after sug...
Pot legalization a 'major social advance' since same-sex ...
A day after announcing his budding career in the pot business, former prime minister Brian Mulroney said the massive social change Canadians are experiencing...
Evening Brief: So much stabbing of backs
Tonight’s Evening Brief is brought to you by #DontLetGoCanada. Countries and companies are jostling to capture their place in the new space economy and...
'(It's) the way to go': Brian Mulroney explains his about...
Former prime minister Brian Mulroney — whose government once introduced legislation continuing to classify marijuana in the same category as heroin — has not...
Heads of pot companies need security clearance under new law
A mountain of federal regulations came into force Wednesday to impose sweeping controls over every aspect of the legalized cannabis regime that took effect a...
Federal bill would broaden definition of bestiality, ban ...
Nearly two-and-a-half years after the Supreme Court narrowed the definition of bestiality, the federal government is moving to broaden it to include all sexu...
Federal execs tweet: Show us the money!
Federal executives are not happy. The usually staid bunch angrily took to Twitter on Wednesday to demand when their bosses would pay them promised raises. Th...
Patrick Brown defends spending as independent legislator ...
TORONTO — Patrick Brown is defending his legislative spending following his resignation as Progressive Conservative leader after a leaked document showed he ...
Carr, Morneau off to China to talk business, not free trade
OTTAWA — Two senior Liberal ministers will co-chair a high-level business conference in Beijing next month. Along the way they intend to push Canada’s ...
Ontario says pot deliveries will continue in case of post...
TORONTO — The Ontario government says it has a plan in place to ensure the delivery of recreational cannabis in case of a Canada Post strike next week, but i...
Carr, Morneau off to China next month to deepen commerce,...
​Two senior Liberal cabinet ministers are off to Beijing next month to co-chair a high-level business conference and to push Canada's trade interests with Ch...
The Pollcast: Counting down to 2019
On the latest episode of the Pollcast, Vassy Kapelos and Chris Hall join Éric Grenier to look ahead to next year's federal election and Jacques Poitras break...
Ottawa Votes, in profile: Clive Doucet has his Bernie San...
The video starts with shots of an uprooted tree and a collapsed hydro tower before panning down to Greenbank Road where mayoralty candidate Clive Doucet stri...
NDP asks Liberals to cut credit card fees paid by small b...
OTTAWA — The federal New Democrats are calling on the Liberal government to lower and cap the fees credit card companies collect from small businesses. Last ...
Reevely: A year later, Watson takes up rogue councillors'...
The property-tax increase Jim Watson is proposing to pay to fix our dilapidated roads and pipes is only a start on the work Ottawa needs, but at least itR...
Military to overhaul morale-boosting trips after review f...
OTTAWA — Canada’s top general is overhauling military morale-boosting tours after an internal investigation uncovered the extent of the problems with a...
My Twitter account is personal and I can block who I want...
Mayor Jim Watson will stick up for his right to block people from following him on Twitter if they pester him, he said Wednesday, a day after three people as...
The Sprout: Upward-trending trade pacts and fat memes
Good day and welcome to the Sprout, where it’s National Chocolate Cupcake Day. Yes, please! Here’s today’s agriculture news. The Lead  The ...
Father of 'Jihadi Jack' accuses Andrew Scheer of lying ab...
The parents of a young British-Canadian man accused of being a member of ISIS have written an open letter to members of Parliament challenging what they clai...
As testimony wraps at MMIW inquiry, commissioner says Ott...
The chief commissioner of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls says she hasn't seen much progress from the federal gover...
Father of terror suspect says his son is innocent, deserv...
The father of a British-Canadian man imprisoned in Syria says his son is not a terrorist and deserves Canada's protection.
NDP calls on Liberals to further reduce credit card fees ...
The federal New Democrats are calling on the Liberal government to lower and cap the fees credit card companies collect from small businesses.
Doug Ford campaign adviser appointed to Washington trade ...
A campaign adviser to Premier Doug Ford has been appointed as Ontario's trade representative to the United States.
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