Liberal cabinet ministers deflected concerns about rising milk pricings, saying they’re focused on housing and childcare affordability.
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Brian has been with Global News since May 2016. He’s written extensively about energy policy in Ontario and immigration at the federal level. In 2018, Brian was nominated, along with Global News colleagues, as a finalist for the Governor General’s Michener Award for public service journalism. He was a recipient of the 2021 Edward R. Morrow award for best podcast, international category, for his work on the investigative series 13 Hours: Inside the Nova Scotia Massacre.
What you need to know about a growing spat between Canada and the U.S. over ‘Buy America’ tax credits for electric vehicles.
Restaurant and retail groups say they’re frustrated by the increase in Canadian milk prices. They want greater representation in price setting.
Three siblings who came to Canada as permanent residents say they were sent back and abandoned in Congo after their grandmother accused the youngest child of being a witch.
Knowing the environmental impact of the products we buy is challenging. This is even more difficult when they are made and shipped all over the world.
Legal experts are concerned that the public inquiry into the Nova Scotia killing spree hasn’t done enough to engage with the public.
Green Party Leader Annamie Paul has lost the race to become the next member of Parliament for the riding of Toronto Centre.
A re-elected Liberal government means many of Canada’s climate policies will likely remain unchanged, including on emission targets, plastics and oceans.
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole refused to directly answers questions Wednesday about whether he’d keep the Liberal carbon tax if elected.
Liberal candidate Jonathan Wilkinson tells Global News the Trans Mountain Pipeline could continue operating for another 30 to 40 years.
Plastic waste continues to fill Canada’s lakes, rivers and oceans. Globally, plastic waste in aquatic ecosystems could reach 90 million tonnes a year by 2030.
Trudeau went so far as to say that all other parties’ plans are based on “magic thoughts” rather than real science or concrete proposals.
An explanation of why some Canadians could still be getting electricity generated by burning coal well beyond the 2030 deadline set by the federal government
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole is reaffirming his party’s commitment to restore the greenhouse gas emissions target set by former prime minister Stephen Harper if elected.
Canada has failed to meet its target for protecting land and freshwater. Now politicians want Canadians to believe things will be different.