The Trudeau government owes it to all Canadians to be open, honest, and accountable about its COVID-19 vaccination plans.
Canada is in a unique position to be a, if not the, world leader in preparedness. We now have an unprecedented opportunity to reframe our thinking of what a pandemic represents, and in so doing, we can potentially create a revolutionary and science-driven health economy. Here’s what we need to do.
Health Minister Patty Hajdu says 'no one at the political level knew' the network's international focus had been 'sidelined,' calling it 'an administration decision.'
Plus, Economic Development Minister Mélanie Joly announces support for Yukon businesses as her parliamentary secretaries fan out with funding announcements of their own.
Morneau’s departure fits a worrying pattern of a prime minister who dismisses ministers who challenge him.
The lessons of the past should tell us that foresight and follow-up matter. It is not too early to start planning for a next normal within our knowledge and research ecosystem across the country.
It’s plausible that an election is near and that plausibility is all political fundraisers need to inject their pitches with a sense of urgency.?And believe me, urgency is a key part of any fundraising message.?