The protest began at 3 p.m. on Parliament Hill and ended at the Ottawa Human Rights memorial outside City Hall.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages and the American election gets closer, Canadian foreign policy experts weigh in on how the pandemic has affected bilateral relations, and where we go from here.
The Liberal's defence policy, Strong, Secure and Engaged, could be in for post-pandemic trouble. Vance was in the military during the 1990s "decade of darkness" and could be around for another round of big cuts.
The auditor general has had to pause all by three audits as it faces funding challenges and massive commitments to audit the pandemic response.
Some 4,000 people, from scientists, to web developers, to architects, have volunteered their time to help Canada fight COVID-19.
Although there have been high-level talks with his office, as the government discusses with app developers, Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien says he hasn’t heard any of the finer points.
Dr. Alyward was supposed to testify before the committee on April 14. The committee has set a May 1 deadline for him to appear.
Green-infrastructure groups are also hoping to capitalize on Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna's past experience as environment minister.