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"The government is building this year's budget with not a great deal of clarity ..."
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The work was approved even before the department knew how it would be paid for.
To be fair no government can deliver on everything in their first year. As the Trudeau Liberals are finding out, promises cost money and even free spending Liberals have to draw a line on what gets spent now and what gets pushed further down the road. Some of that is hidden under the guise of "consultation."
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It's not about nice statements, Blackstock said. "It is real change."
Harjit Sajjan, on the other hand, they trust.
The prime minister says he's looking forward to meeting and speaking with the Queen on his way to Malta near the end of the month.
The Trudeau Liberals, in one of their first acts in government, brought back the long-form census.
Scott Brison says the Conservatives based their $1.4-billion, 2015-16 surplus projection on one-time asset sales and optimistic growth forecasts.
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Orders-in-council published Thursday designated several members — all of them women — as ministers of state, prompting speculation about their actual status.
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Trudeau sent a letter Wednesday to the ambassadors and high commissioners of Canada's foreign missions telling them he and his cabinet will be relying on their judgment and insight to advance Canada's foreign policy goals.
Liberal MPs chose unanimously to defer a decision on the rules until party members could weigh in on the matter at a national convention scheduled for late May.
The New York Times, Newsweek, Slate, the NBC Nightly News website and various other U.S. news organizations reported on Trudeau's swearing-in on Wednesday