News Headlines : Federal Provincial Relations

U.S. SAYS APPLE E-BOOKS ANTITRUST MONITOR NO LONGER NEEDED


Appeals court in New York upheld Cote's finding, rejecting Apple's argument that it had engaged in pro-competitive behavior... READ MORE

13th October, 2015 74

LIQUOR STORES NOT THE BEST PLACE TO SELL POT, SAYS CONSERVATIVE LEADER


There is a push in British Columbia to use private liquor stores there to distribute and sell marijuana... READ MORE

15th December, 2015 635

CPP ENHANCEMENTS MAY BE MORE LIKELY WITH NEW FINANCE MINISTERS


As the federal, provincial, and territorial finance ministers gather in Ottawa for a meeting today and tomorrow there will be some new faces around the table... READ MORE

20th December, 2015 32

Recent News Headlines : Federal Provincial Relations

FLOOD-PRONE KASHECHEWAN FIRST NATION SIGNS NEW ACTION PLAN WITH FEDS, ONTARIO ON RELOCATION


Kashechewan sits on the western shores of James Bay on a flood plain right beside the Albany River... READ MORE

10th May, 2019 205

SASK. ISN'T AMONG 'CLIMATE CHANGE DENIERS,' BUT OTTAWA ISN'T THE CARBON TAX 'BIG BROTHER,' COURT HEARS


The federal government argues climate change is a matter of national concern, and definitively falls under the peace, order and good government clause... READ MORE

13th February, 2019 583

MINISTER ADMITS 'POTENTIAL' FOR DEALINGS WITH DPIPWE HEAD DESPITE BEING HIS PARTNER


Photo Sarah Courtney says any official dealings with her former department head will be managed appropriately ... READ MORE

2nd November, 2018 92

CANADA: TRUDEAU ON BACK FOOT AS FRUSTRATION BUILDS OVER PM'S CLIMATE STRATEGY


With its own carbon tax, the federal government could circumvent antagonistic provincial governments and deliver cheques - as high as 600 per year- to individual households... READ MORE

10th October, 2018 818

OTTAWA DEPLOYS 200 TROOPS TO B.C. TO HELP WITH WILDFIRE FIGHT


British Columbia formally asked the federal government for assistance after more than 3,000 people were ordered to leave their homes in another destructive season of wildfires... READ MORE

14th August, 2018 8747

QUEBEC POLITICIANS DECRY FEDERAL RESPONSE TO KINDER MORGAN PIPELINE EXTENSION


Radio-Canada Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard said Thursday that the federal government's plans to go ahead with the pipeline are not a good sign for federalism... READ MORE

15th April, 2018 13635

ALBERTA DEMANDS 'CONCRETE ACTION' FROM OTTAWA TO GET TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE MOVING


Kinder Morgan is suspending non-essential activities and related spending for the Trans Mountain pipeline project, citing ongoing opposition from the British Columbia government... READ MORE

9th April, 2018 8165

BILL MORNEAU UNLIKELY TO PILE ON GOVERNMENT SPENDING IN NEXT FEDERAL BUDGET


And if Ottawa were ever at a loss, provincial governments are full of helpful suggestions for new federal spending... READ MORE

27th February, 2018 311

6-POINT FEDERAL PLANS INCLUDES A PUSH TO DEVOLVE CHILD WELFARE TO INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES


Critics also say provincial rules and regulations on child welfare prohibit Indigenous communities from designing their own systems of kinship care and family reunification... READ MORE

26th January, 2018 1549

TRUDEAU RELUCTANT TO REVEAL TOO MUCH ON QUEBEC'S FACE-COVERING LAW


On Thursday, in Quebec, Trudeau told reporters it's not up to the federal government to challenge Bill 62... READ MORE

22nd October, 2017 2702

OUSTED SOMALI STATE PRESIDENT REINSTATED, DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY


They called on the federal government to nullify the impeachment and re-instate Haaf... READ MORE

4th October, 2017 7

CITY WILL NEED FINANCIAL HELP TO BUILD $430M RAIL SEPARATIONS, STUDY SAYS


The three overpasses should be the first projects tackled, followed by Merivale Road and then Jockvale Road, the study said... READ MORE

1st June, 2017 72

JUDGE BLOCKS TRUMP ORDER ON SANCTUARY CITY FUNDING


The San Francisco and Santa Clara County lawsuits were the first to get a hearing before a judge... READ MORE

25th April, 2017 3290

ANTHEM DENIES REPORT OF TALKS WITH JUSTICE DEPT REGARDING MERGER


An Anthem purchase of Cigna would create the largest U.S. health insurer... READ MORE

21st April, 2017 143

SESSIONS EXPANDS PROGRAM TO COMBAT CRIME ON TRIBAL LANDS


The attorney general's announcement was part of a broader package to improve the sometimes-strained relationship between federal authorities and Native America... READ MORE

19th April, 2017 24

TRUMP'S WALL IS A HUGE WASTE OF MONEY


Most of California, Arizona and New Mexico already have some kind of barrier... READ MORE

28th January, 2017 963

DEAL WITH NEW BRUNSWICK THE LATEST ADVENTURE IN FEDERALISM FOR TRUDEAU


The fact that New Brunswick has a bilateral deal doesn't concern me, he said... READ MORE

23rd December, 2016 154

LET THE MARKET TAKE CARE OF INFRASTRUCTURE


Few of the problems with America's infrastructure networks are the result of an alleged lack of federal spending... READ MORE

22nd November, 2016 538

PRESSURE RAMPING UP FOR FEDS, PROVINCE TO ENSURE WORLD CLASS SPILL RESPONSE


The federal government has the jurisdictional authority over Canada's coastline, including oil spill response... READ MORE

7th November, 2016 458

FEDERAL GOVT SPENDS OVER $1BN A YEAR ON PR - OFFICIAL REPORT


In 2015 alone, the federal government paid 999 million on advertising and public relations, according to a study released by the Government Accountability Office on Wednesday... READ MORE

7th October, 2016 621

EMPLOYEES AREN'T ONLY ONES PHOENIX ISN'T PAYING


Public Services and Procurement Canada confirmed there is a problem with union dues... READ MORE

15th August, 2016 229

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT RELEASES SUMMARY OF MEETINGS LEADING UP TO MMIW INQUIRY


Federal government releases summary of meetings leading up to MMIW inquiry... READ MORE

28th May, 2016 273

MANITOBA VOTE COULD BRING BIG WIN FOR CONSERVATIVES -- AND ANOTHER NDP LOSS


If the Manitoba NDP lose Tuesday, depending on how crushing, it could be the third leader the party loses in about two weeks... READ MORE

16th April, 2016 120

CANADA DISCRIMINATES AGAINST CHILDREN ON RESERVES, TRIBUNAL RULES


In a news release, the Canadian Human Rights Commission also applauded the tribunal's ruling... READ MORE

26th January, 2016 5925


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