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  • Scott Moe calls harassment allegations against Jeremy Harrison ‘unequivocally false’
    Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he has met with MLA Jeremy Harrison to discuss harassment allegations by Speaker Randy Weekes. Moe says the allegations are not true.
    Canada
    May 17
  • The Honourable Murray Sinclair among those to receive the Order of Manitoba
    Twelve Manitobans will receive the Order of Manitoba this summer, including The Honourable Murray Sinclair and Manitoba's chief public health officer, Dr. Brent Roussin.
    Canada
    May 12
  • Queen City Pride cancels flag-raising, bars Sask. Party from Pride Month celebrations
    Queen City Pride announced it is excluding the Sask. government from Pride celebrations next month, stating 'we do not believe the current Saskatchewan government is our ally.'
    Canada
    May 13
  • ‘Intimidating and harassing’: Saskatchewan Speaker alleges threats, harassment from MLA Jeremy Harrison
    Randy Weekes did not offer an explanation for cutting his membership card, but tensions have been growing over the last few months.
    Canada
    May 16
  • Ontario legislature keffiyeh ban partially overturned as political fighting continues
    Ontario NDP Leader Marit Stiles previously challenged Premier Doug Ford to get his caucus in line and work to overturn a ban on wearing the Arab headdress inside Queen's Park.
    Politics
    May 6
  • Governor General to make 1st official visit to Saskatchewan next week
    Gov. Gen. Mary Simon will be making her official visit to Saskatchewan with stops in Regina and Saskatoon from April 22 to 24.
    Canada
    Apr 18
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  • Saskatchewan World War II veteran honoured at statue unveiling Saturday
    Saskatchewan veteran Nick Kazusa, who participated in the liberation of France during the Second World War, has been honoured with the French Legion of Honour medal. Kazusa is 104.
    Canada
    Apr 6
  • Ford government prepares next round of legislation to build 1.5M homes by 2031
    Paul Calandra, who replaced Steve Clark as housing minister in 2023 after the Greenbelt scandal, said he expects to introduce his new bill “very soon.”
    Politics
    Mar 12
  • Manitobans urged to flick the switch for Earth Hour
    Earth Hour will be observed on March 23, from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., and the Manitoba government is urging Manitobans to turn off their lights to acknowledge the climate crisis.
    Environment
    Mar 23
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  • Ontario spending $310K on new ‘communications centre’; critics say will limit access
    The Progressive Conservative government used its new 'communications centre' this week for the finance minister's budget press conference and a technical briefing for journalists. 
    Politics
    Mar 28
  • Quebec looks to curb evictions with new housing bill
    France-Élaine Duranceau's proposed legislation would prevent landlords from evicting renters in order to subdivide, enlarge or change the use of a unit.
    Canada
    May 22
  • Hamilton to begin ‘gradual phase-out’ of development charge discounts for builders
    Hamilton mayor Andrea Horwath says the gradual shift away is to "strike that balance" between policies and taxation to fight a housing crisis and maintain infrastructure.
    Politics
    May 9
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  • Tenants facing displacement from B.C. apartment say ‘renoviction’ protections not working
    Residents of the 30 units in the Sturdee apartments in Esquimalt have been ordered to move out by September so the building's new owner can do renovations and repairs.
    Politics
    Apr 30
  • Ontario is changing what developers pay to build. Feds say it means ‘higher taxes’
    Tensions between the Ford and Trudeau governments are continuing on the housing file. Now, Ottawa says changes to development charges amount to higher taxes.
    Politics
    Apr 17
  • Calgary, Edmonton leaders raise concerns about Bill 20 despite new housing provisions
    On Wednesday, Municipal Affairs Minister Ric McIver announced several provisions in Bill 20 that aim to accelerate affordable housing construction across the province.
    Canada
    May 8
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  • City of Montreal announces new social housing project for Lachine East
    The city of Montreal is fast-tracking construction on a new social housing project in Lachine East, the first phase of the ecological neighbourhood project announced last summer.
    Canada
    May 13
  • B.C. auditor general to probe stalled Lytton wildfire rebuild
    British Columbia's auditor general says his office is doing a review of the province's response to the 2021 wildfire that devastated the community of Lytton, B.C.
    Environment
    May 1
  • Ford government uses new powers to sidestep Toronto’s say in Ontario Place plans
    The new order will effectively replace the local planning process and puts the province's plans for a spa, concert venue and science centre at the waterfront close to reality.
    Canada
    May 17
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  • Foreign influence registry among new proposals to fight interference
    The Countering Foreign Interference Act comes amid increasing pressure for the federal government to strengthen its measures against foreign interference.
    Politics
    May 6
  • Alberta bill would change election date, allow province to assume control during local emergencies
    The Alberta government has introduced legislation that would move the fixed election date, and allow the province to assume control of a local emergency response.
    Politics
    May 9
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