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The world is struggling with plastic pollution — Canada is no exception | CBC News

As thousands of delegates meet in Ottawa this week to work toward a global treaty on curbing plastic waste, the experts say the world...

Ottawa wants to find how much plastic producers are making, and where it ends up | CBC News

Plastic producers will be required to detail the quantity and type of plastic they put into the Canadian market under new rules announced Monday.The...

Demonstrators march through Ottawa, call for end to plastic pollution | CBC News

Demonstrators from around the world marched through Ottawa's downtown core Sunday demanding an end to plastic pollution and a reduction in single-use plastics.The march took place...

Quebec employers group worried ‘political’ immigration debate will hurt jobs | CBC News

The latest spat between Quebec and Ottawa over immigration is based on politics and not the reality of the labour market, says the head...

Whitehorse mayor wants Ottawa to step up on infrastructure funding | CBC News

The Mayor of Whitehorse would like reassurance from Ottawa about funding for local infrastructure projects. Laura Cabott says municipalities are facing a funding gap at the same...

Ottawa eases requirements for international students, but N.B. schools say not enough | CBC News

Some New Brunswick post-secondary institutions are welcoming an increase in the number of attestation letters they can send to international students in support of...

Manitoba ‘collateral damage’ under Ottawa’s international student cap, minister says | CBC News

Manitoba's minister of advanced education and training says Ottawa's countrywide cap of international students for post-secondary institutions has hurt the province.Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship...

Manitoba schools say Ottawa’s international student cap missing the mark | CBC News

Some Manitoba schools say they're disappointed about the federal government's decision to slash the number of international students entering the province by 10 per...

Sask. government balks at strings attached to new federal infrastructure funding | CBC News

Saskatchewan's provincial government is accusing Ottawa of overstepping its jurisdiction by tying new federal infrastructure funding to housing requirements the province says don't meet...

Federal government pledges $58.8M to continue local journalism program to 2027 | CBC News

The Liberal government is extending a program that funds 400 local reporting jobs across the country.Heritage Minister Pascale St-Onge says Ottawa will spend another...

Ottawa adds funding to CBC, despite executives’ claims it was asked to cut its budget | CBC News

Canada's public broadcaster is getting an increase in funding, despite executives insisting that a request to cut CBC/Radio-Canada's budget for the next fiscal year...

Minister confident Ottawa’s funding for P.E.I. road upgrades will continue | CBC News

P.E.I.'s transportation and infrastructure minister said he's been assured that federal funding for road improvements will continue on the Island following controversial comments from Canada's...

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