Plus, New Brunswick election set for September in first test of Canadian pandemic voting, and Chantal Chastenay named Canada’s point person in Beirut.
Plus, rookie MPs Matthew Green and Patricia Lattanzio lean into their city councillor chops during a brief showdown at a House committee., and diplomatic shifts continue over in the Big Apple.
Plus, Ottawa Police investigating ugly incident outside Catherine McKenna’s community office, and the International Human Rights Subcommittee to meet to draft news release on Uyghur crisis.
Plus, Independent Senator Murray Sinclair is happy to make his return to the legal field before his career winds down, as one advocate hails him as Canada's most respected Indigenous rights advocate.
Plus, former Grit MP Ted Hsu wants to run for provincial office, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is being urged to do ‘so much more’ in the fight for nuclear disarmament.
Plus, politicians learn raccoons might just be a uniquely Canadian creature, and we apparently fold, never cut, our lettuce.
Plus, past Tory MP Jim Abbott dies at 77, and Global News lays off many, citing commitment to ‘fact-based’ journalism.
Plus, Toronto Coun. Mike Layton celebrates what would have been his late father,Jack Layton's, 70th birthday with a selfie in front of the Jack Layton statue.