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Tories urged to reconsider compromise on documents about fired scientists

OTTAWA — Government House leader Mark Holland is urging the Conservatives to reconsider their rejection of a compromise proposal that would allow MPs to finally see unredacted documents related to the firing of two scientists at Canada's highest-security laboratory. In a letter Tuesday to his Conservative counterpart, Gerard Deltell,...
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Tasha Kheiriddin: Reinstate Canada-China committee to push back against Beijing

The China committee’s work is more important than ever. The Tories need to find a spine and bring it back. Should the Conservatives revive the special committee on Canada-China relations? The committee was established in 20I9 to examine a number of issues, including the firing of two Chinese scientists at a Winnipeg virology lab, Canada’s impending decision on whether Huawei can contribute to its 5G network, China’s failure to repatriate Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, its genocide of the Uyghur people, as well as alleged Chinese interference in Canadian affairs.
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Ukraine urges Canada to provide military supplies to defend itself against Russian aggression

Ukraine has asked Canada to follow in Britain’s footsteps and speed up military supplies to its army as the country faces the growing possibility of a Russian invasion. In an interview with The Globe and Mail, Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Olga Stefanishyna said she had asked visiting Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly to provide lethal and non-lethal military equipment, which she said was “essential” as Russia continued to rally. forces in the country. border with Ukraine.
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Health Canada approves Pfizer's COVID-19 antiviral pill Paxlovid – The Globe and Mail

Health Canada approved on Monday the first oral COVID-19 medication that can prevent severe illness or death in some high-risk individuals, an important milestone that could eventually help alleviate some pressure on hospitals. Paxlovid, an oral antiviral pill manufactured by Pfizer, is a combination of two medications, nirmatrelvir and ritonavir,...
PUBLIC HEALTH
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Carbon Capture Tax Credit Likely for 2022 Budget, Wilkinson Says

Canada is getting set to roll out a tax credit to support fossil companies’ investments in carbon capture and storage (CCS), Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson confirmed in a telephone interview with Bloomberg News this week. The report follows close on the heels of Alberta’s announcement that it will...
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And Then They Came for Rembrandt ...

Rembrandt never left the Netherlands in his life, but the recent Rembrandt in Amsterdam exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada still managed to obsess, in the style of our times, over slavery, colonialism, and racism. The Ottawa museum announced, with a straight face:. The Dutch Republic of Rembrandt’s time...
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