Trudeau pledges $1.2 billion for new tramway, expanded transit network in Quebec City

The federal government has announced it will invest up to $1.2 billion on an expanded public transit network for Quebec City, including a 23-kilometre tramway line. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took part in the joint announcement with the province and…

Scheer requests RCMP probe on Trudeau’s SNC-Lavalin interference

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has sent another letter to RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki urging her to “use all the resources” at her force’s disposal to investigate whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may have obstructed justice by interfering in the criminal…

ANALYSIS: NB, P.E.I. most recent winners of Trudeau government pre-election spending

Politicians in any government at any time will spend their summers doing the barbeque circuit, often with federal cheques in hand to fund any number of local projects. But this summer, days away from the beginning of what looks to…

Federal and provincial leaders to march in Montreal’s Pride parade

A number of federal and provincial leaders are expected in Montreal today to march in the city’s annual Pride parade. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier François Legault will be in attendance, as will NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and Green Party Leader Elizabeth…

RCMP are ‘carefully’ reviewing SNC-Lavalin affair. What exactly are they looking at?

The RCMP says it’s examining the SNC-Lavalin scandal “carefully” following a report from the ethics commissioner that found Prime Minister Justin Trudeau violated the Conflict of Interest Act. “The RCMP is examining this matter carefully with all available information and…

SNC-Lavalin will fight on in court as federal election campaign unfolds

OTTAWA — SNC-Lavalin‘s court fight for a special agreement to avoid prosecution on corruption charges continues to lurch along, despite the prospect of a criminal trial and Wednesday’s explosive report from the federal ethics watchdog on the conduct of the…

Scheer calls on Trudeau to apologize amid SNC-Lavalin

August 15 2019 7:35pm Opposition Leader Andrew Scheer called on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to apologize to Canadians after the ethics commissioner found he broke the Conflict of Interest Act. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if(…