Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is not apologizing for appointing Julie Payette, following a ‘scathing’ review regarding allegations she fostered a ‘toxic’ workplace. Continue reading
National Online Journalist - Politics
Rachel Gilmore covers all things political for Global News in Ottawa.
Born and raised in Ottawa, Rachel has been covering the Hill since 2016. She got her start with an internship at APTN’s Ottawa office then dove headfirst into political coverage at CPAC. She was then hired at iPolitics, when she covered Indigenous, energy and environmental issues. In 2018 she was hired at CTV, where she produced Power Play and covered politics for the online team. Rachel joined Global News in 2020.
Rachel graduated with high distinction from Carleton University in 2016, after completing her joint degree in journalism and human rights. She speaks English, French and some Spanish.
Global News takes a look back at Gov. Gen. Julie Payette’s career, which is under new scrutiny after the completion of a ‘scathing’ report into allegations of workplace harassment. Continue reading →
Seniors advocates are warning that provinces delaying the vaccination of older Canadians against COVID-19 are risking lives and leaving seniors feeling ‘distraught.’ Continue reading →
Canada will not receive any Pfizer vaccine doses during the week of Jan. 25, the man in charge of Canada’s vaccine rollout logistics has confirmed. Continue reading →
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is making sure its voice is heard when it comes to Joe Biden’s plan to quash the Keystone XL pipeline expansion. Continue reading →
Canada is pushing back on reported plans from the incoming Biden administration to shut the door on the Keystone XL pipeline expansion, the natural resources minister said Monday. Continue reading →
In a mandate letter to his finance minister, Trudeau says she should use ‘whatever fiscal firepower’ is needed over the coming weeks and months until the economy improves. Continue reading →
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is firing back at Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet over insinuations the Bloc leader made regarding Canada’s new transport minister. Continue reading →
Pfizer’s decision to ramp up its European production capacity is going to create a temporary delay in Canada’s delivery schedule for the coronavirus vaccine. Continue reading →
Canada is on track to see more than 10,000 coronavirus cases a day by February, federal officials announced Friday. Continue reading →
China is hitting back at Canada after Global Affairs imposed new measures aimed at ensuring Canada isn’t complicit in the use of forced labour in China’s Xinjiang region. Continue reading →
Two Canadians detained in China have received increased access to family following ‘agreements’ Canada has obtained, a new government statement said. Continue reading →
Canada’s territories will have enough doses to fully vaccinate 75 per cent of their adult populations against the coronavirus by March, officials said on Wednesday. Continue reading →
The government is telling businesses to closely examine their supply chains, following reports of forced labour in the Xinjiang region. Continue reading →
The government has unveiled a new webpage that details the expected delivery dates of new vaccine doses in the coming months, helping to paint a picture of the rollout. Continue reading →