Trudeau receives Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for 2nd dose

Global News published this video item, entitled “Trudeau receives Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for 2nd dose” – below is their description. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau got the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for his second dose on Friday. Trudeau received the vaccine at a Rexall pharmacy in Ottawa and told the pharmacist that his wife, Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau, had … Read more Trudeau receives Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for 2nd dose

“No pride in genocide”: A look at Ottawa’s Anti-Canada Day rally

Global News published this video item, entitled “”No pride in genocide”: A look at Ottawa’s Anti-Canada Day rally” – below is their description. The atmosphere on Parliament Hill is sombre this Canada Day, as people in Ottawa struggle to celebrate a nation where hundreds of unmarked graves have been discovered at former residential school sites. … Read more “No pride in genocide”: A look at Ottawa’s Anti-Canada Day rally

Global National: July 1, 2021| BC village levelled by wildfire following record heat wave

Global News published this video item, entitled “Global National: July 1, 2021| BC village levelled by wildfire following record heat wave” – below is their description. A fast-moving wildfire has destroyed 90 per cent of Lytton, B.C., days after the village recorded Canada’s hottest temperature in history. Robin Gill reports from an evacuation centre in … Read more Global National: July 1, 2021| BC village levelled by wildfire following record heat wave

Why Catherine McKenna is leaving politics, but staying in climate fight

Global News published this video item, entitled “Why Catherine McKenna is leaving politics, but staying in climate fight” – below is their description. As rumors of a possible election continue to swirl in Ottawa, Canada’s Infrastructure and Communities Minister Catherine McKenna has announced that she will not be seeking re-election. McKenna was elected to the … Read more Why Catherine McKenna is leaving politics, but staying in climate fight

Global National: June 28, 2021 | Western North America scorched as dangerous heat wave sets records

Global News published this video item, entitled “Global National: June 28, 2021 | Western North America scorched as dangerous heat wave sets records” – below is their description. Tens of millions of people are still trying endure the extreme heat wave smouldering much of western North America that’s breaking dozens of heat records. Robin Gill … Read more Global National: June 28, 2021 | Western North America scorched as dangerous heat wave sets records

Canada finds more graves at former school for indigenous children as China calls for rights probe

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Canada finds more graves at former school for indigenous children as China calls for rights probe” – below is their description. Unmarked graves of up to 751 people have been found near a former Catholic residential school in the central Canadian province of Saskatchewan, in the … Read more Canada finds more graves at former school for indigenous children as China calls for rights probe

Budget watchdog says Ottawa’s emission reduction targets will be tough to hit

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Budget watchdog says Ottawa’s emission reduction targets will be tough to hit” – below is their description. Parliamentary Budget Officer Yves Giroux tells Power & Politics the federal government will need additional measures to hit emissions targets. CBC News YouTube Channel Got a comment? Leave your thoughts in … Read more Budget watchdog says Ottawa’s emission reduction targets will be tough to hit

Feds offers vague promises over military misconduct as ombudsman slams them for inaction

Global News published this video item, entitled “Feds offers vague promises over military misconduct as ombudsman slams them for inaction” – below is their description. Canada’s military ombudsman Gregory Lick offered a scathing assessment of Ottawa’s handling of sexual misconduct in the military. Lick said internal mechanisms meant to support victims of misconduct have gone … Read more Feds offers vague promises over military misconduct as ombudsman slams them for inaction

Global National: June 22, 2021 | Ottawa under fire for military misconduct failures

Global News published this video item, entitled “Global National: June 22, 2021 | Ottawa under fire for military misconduct failures” – below is their description. In tonight’s top story: Canada’s military ombudsman Gregory Lick slammed the federal government Tuesday for its handling of military sexual misconduct cases. As Mercedes Stephenson reports, Lick is calling for … Read more Global National: June 22, 2021 | Ottawa under fire for military misconduct failures

Ottawa to allow individuals with approved permanent residency to enter Canada

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Ottawa to allow individuals with approved permanent residency to enter Canada” – below is their description. The federal government will now allow those who have been approved for permanent residency to enter Canada after being stuck in limbo because of the pandemic.  CBC News YouTube Channel Got a … Read more Ottawa to allow individuals with approved permanent residency to enter Canada

Advocate calls for auditor general for First Nations finances

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Advocate calls for auditor general for First Nations finances” – below is their description. In Alberta, an advocate who has long called for improved financial accountability from First Nations leaders says it’s time for Ottawa to do more.   CBC News YouTube Channel Got a comment? Leave your … Read more Advocate calls for auditor general for First Nations finances

Black Lives Matter marks Juneteenth in Ottawa with protest

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Black Lives Matter marks Juneteenth in Ottawa with protest” – below is their description. Protesters in Ottawa are calling for police accountability and justice reform on the same day the U.S. is observing a new federal holiday that commemorates the end of slavery. To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.6070354 CBC … Read more Black Lives Matter marks Juneteenth in Ottawa with protest

MPs not running in next federal election reflect on time in Ottawa

CBC News published this video item, entitled “MPs not running in next federal election reflect on time in Ottawa” – below is their description. Liberal MP Wayne Easter and Conservative MP Cathy McLeod join Power & Politics to talk about their experiences in the House of Commons and how it has changed throughout the years. … Read more MPs not running in next federal election reflect on time in Ottawa

Indigenous people can use traditional names on passports, other IDs, Ottawa announces

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Indigenous people can use traditional names on passports, other IDs, Ottawa announces” – below is their description. The federal government has announced that it is implementing No. 17 of the 94 calls to action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission by allowing Indigenous people to reclaim traditional names … Read more Indigenous people can use traditional names on passports, other IDs, Ottawa announces

Canada finalizing plans on how to honour Afghanistan mission veterans

Global News published this video item, entitled “Canada finalizing plans on how to honour Afghanistan mission veterans” – below is their description. A government-appointed panel that is planning a permanent monument in Ottawa for those who served Canada during its military mission in Afghanistan has narrowed down design submissions to five finalists. Canada’s military involvement … Read more Canada finalizing plans on how to honour Afghanistan mission veterans