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Ontario Politics · Ottawa
Meta to test limiting some news access on Facebook, Instagram in Canada
Meta Platforms Inc on Thursday said it will begin tests on its social media websites Facebook and Instagram that will limit some users and publishers from viewing or sharing some news content in Canada.See the Story
51% Left coverage: 53 sources
Justin Trudeau · Ottawa
Trudeau government proclaims annual day against gun violence
The federal government is proclaiming a National Day Against Gun Violence, to be held annually on the first Friday of June.See the Story
70% Left coverage: 33 sources
Paul Bernardo · Ottawa
Paul Bernardo’s transfer to medium-security prison will be reviewed, minister says
The federal prison service will review its decision to move notorious killer Paul Bernardo to a medium-security facility. Leaders from across the political spectrum expressed shock and outrage at the Correctional Service of Canada's decision. Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino said he had raised concerns about Bernardo's transfer directly to the federal corrections commissioner.See the Story
59% Left coverage: 17 sources
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Pierre Poilievre · Ottawa
Twitter adds 'Government-funded Media' tag to CBC account
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre had asked the social media company to add the label to accounts that promote CBC English content. The Canadian Press e-mailed Twitter asking for an explanation of the added tag, and the company responded with a poop emoji. CBC media relations director Leon Mar says Twitter's decision defies its own policy.See the Story
61% Left coverage: 44 sources
Business · Ottawa
PSAC receives strike mandate from 120,000 federal government workers
The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) has announced that it has received a strike mandate from its members in several bargaining groups, which collectively represent over 120,000 federal government workers employed by Treasury Board. See the Story
54% Left coverage: 24 sources
Toronto, ON · Toronto
More than 40 per cent of Canadian farm operators to retire by 2033: report
A new report says more than 40 per cent of farm operators will retire over the next decade. The country will be short 24,000 general farm, nursery and greenhouse operators. To address the shortage, the report says Canada will need to accept 30,000 permanent immigrants by 2033.See the Story
54% Left coverage: 13 sources
British Columbia · British Columbia
Former Liberal cabinet minister John Rustad acclaimed leader of B.C. Conservatives
John Rustad was the only candidate who entered the race. He replaces former leader Trevor Bolin, who was serving as interim leader. Opposition Liberal Leader Kevin Falcon said he dumped Rustad from the party caucus last August. Rustad once held cabinet posts in forests and Indigenous affairs in former Liberal governments.See the Story
64% Left coverage: 14 sources
David Johnston · Ottawa
Trudeau strikes out at Tories for questioning personal ties with special rapporteur
Justin Trudeau accused his Conservative rival of trying to score political points at the expense of Canadian democracy on Friday by questioning his personal relationship with former governor general David Johnston. See the Story
58% Left coverage: 19 sources
Crime · Vancouver
Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim rejects 'insinuations' he won election due to Chinese interference
Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim denounced what he said were "insinuations" made in a news article alleging Canada's spy agency found evidence of China's Vancouver consulate interfering in last year's municipal election. See the Story
71% Left coverage: 28 sources