The U.S. secretary of state compared China to the “Irans and Venezuelas of the world.”
Zi-Ann Lum is an Ottawa-based federal politics reporter with HuffPost Canada. She is a member of the Canadian Parliamentary Press Gallery as well as the Canadian Association of Journalists. She reports on issues related to inequality, climate and environment, Indigenous rights, and national security. Her investigative features have been nominated for Canadian Association of Journalists awards. In between stories, she helps produce “Follow-Up with Althia Raj,” a HuffPost Canada politics podcast. Before arriving on Parliament Hill, she worked as a reporter and front page editor in Vancouver and Toronto. Zi-Ann is a graduate of the University of British Columbia. She has been with HuffPost Canada since 2012.
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06/27/2020 10:59 EDT
The Senate is now exploring financial compensation.
06/25/2020 22:35 EDT
It’s been nearly a year since a damning report was published about workplace harassment allegations.
06/24/2020 18:12 EDT
Only 238 applications have been approved for cannabis record suspensions.
06/24/2020 11:31 EDT
The population most in need of the alerts is the least likely to have a smartphone.
06/23/2020 13:01 EDT
They’re obviously more comfortable debating in English.
06/19/2020 01:52 EDT
The NDP leader was calling for a review of the RCMP’s budget.
06/17/2020 16:52 EDT
In a contest against Ireland and Norway, Canada came out empty-handed.
06/17/2020 09:38 EDT
“It would seem there are some challenges,” she said.
06/15/2020 18:47 EDT
Chatty Americans in Banff reportedly spilled the beans.
06/12/2020 16:32 EDT
The PM didn’t provide specific examples, though.
06/11/2020 17:55 EDT
The company partly credited revenues to government funding.
06/11/2020 17:35 EDT
The former Toronto police chief was asked to apologize for supporting street checks.
06/09/2020 17:33 EDT
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06/06/2020 11:37 EDT
The backbench MP is scheduled to appear in court on June 19.
06/05/2020 14:21 EDT
He equated racism to his experience of being called “four-eyes” at school.
06/03/2020 20:38 EDT
He was careful to not mention the U.S. president by name.
06/02/2020 15:11 EDT
After a video of police pinning down a handcuffed Black man went public, tensions have erupted in the U.S.
05/29/2020 13:45 EDT
The prime minister praised in-person meetings less than 24 hours after Liberals voted to defer normal house proceedings.
05/27/2020 14:44 EDT
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