Trudeau Set to Make Sales Pitch at Davos While the Canadian Economy Tanks
As he gets set to board a plane to Switzerland, interim Conservative Party leader Rona Ambrose has requested a meeting with the prime minister “at the earliest opportunity to discuss the rapidly deteriorating economy.”
Tamara Khandaker and Justin Ling
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Canada’s Opposition Leader Urges Trudeau to Keep Bombing the Islamic State
"Yesterday's terror attacks make us even more resolute that we must continue the fight against the Islamic State," Rona Ambrose said Saturday in Ottawa.
Meet the New Ayn Rand-Loving Leader of Canada's Conservative Party
In a marathon meeting that pitted caucus members against each other, Conservative members of parliament and senators elected Albertan Rona Ambrose as their interim party leader.
Decades After Europe and the US, Canada Approves the Abortion Pill
Following a series of delays, Health Canada announced this week the drug mifepristone will be available in January 2016 through a doctor’s prescription.
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Medical Marijuana Producers Can Now Sell Fresh Buds, Cannabis Oil in Canada
Following a Supreme Court of Canada decision that legalized the possession of edibles, the government announced Wednesday it has eased restrictions on what medical marijuana can be sold by mail and by certain producers.
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Despite Federal Warnings, Vancouver Votes to License Medical Marijuana Dispensaries
It's the first Canadian city to establish a medical marijuana shop regime, which includes a $30,000 licensing fee and limits proximity to schools. The health minister quickly expressed her deep disappointment.