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Canada’s new passport design unveiled

Yesterday, Canada unveiled a new passport design that’s sure to draw some double-takes during your next international trip. 

Bill C–11 will pass… eventually

The contentious Bill C-11, or The Online Streaming Act, is set to pass in the Senate any day now. Here are the latest developments, drama, and everything in between. 

Airline passenger rights get some teeth

The federal government is about to make it easier for you to win arguments with airlines’ customer service departments.

Driving the news: Transport Minister Omar Alghabra is expected to announce new rules today that will make it more difficult for airlines to avoid compensating passengers for flight delays and cancellations, per The Globe & Mail.

Canada can’t hit NATO’s target

Every friend group has that one buddy that’s happy to have all the fun but let someone else foot the bill. In NATO, Canada might be that guy.  

Canada's really big strike

In what’ll be the single-most newsworthy strike since Shohei Ohtani’s final pitch at the World Baseball Classic, Canada’s federal workers are hitting the picket line. 

What happened: Over 150,000 federal public servants are on strike after the union representing them, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), and the federal government failed to reach a new collective bargaining agreement last night. 

Feds restore Hockey Canada funding

After ten months of withholding funding, the feds are hoping the black sheep of Canadian sports has turned a new leaf. 

When Mounties pose as mobsters

The Mr. Big tactic has a 95% success rate in jailing criminals, but critics want it banned.

Tax workers prep to hit the picket line

If you thought tax season couldn’t get any more stressful, the people responsible for processing those returns are out of office for the foreseeable future.

24 Sussex is in literal shambles

When 24 Sussex Drive, the Prime Minister’s official residence since 1951, was shut down over health concerns last year, we thought, “How bad could things possibly be?” 

Navy calls for all hands on deck

The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) is hoping to say ahoy to more mateys amid a shortage in the service.