Tag: Justin Trudeau

Alberta should be consulted on emissions caps, UCP and NDP say

Alberta politicians are warning the federal Liberal government that caps on greenhouse

‘Megaphone diplomacy’: China slams Canada over criticism for detaining Kovrig, Spavor

China lashed out at Canada on Saturday over criticism about Chinese prosecution

China says Kovrig, Spavor may be freed if Canada ends Meng Wanzhou case

China has explicitly tied the fate of two detained Canadians to the

Prominent Canadians call on Trudeau to end Meng Wanzhou case to free 2 Michaels

Over a dozen prominent Canadians — all of whom once served in

Senators call on Trudeau to sanction Chinese officials over human rights violations

A group of senators is calling on the Liberal government to impose

Feds could abandon Meng Wanzhou’s case now if they wanted to: ex-minister, lawyer

The Canadian government can legally intervene and withdraw its support for Meng

China claims Canada has ‘double standard’ interfering with Kovrig, Spavor cases

China‘s foreign ministry slammed Canada and the U.S. on Tuesday, saying the

Roy Green: Trudeau must act more than ‘disappointed’ over China’s charges against Two Michaels

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had plenty of time to formulate and deliver

Trudeau blames unsuccessful UN Security Council campaign on late start

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada’s late start in campaigning

COMMENTARY: Trudeau’s UN vote loss is rebuke of his ‘preachy’ foreign policy

The United Nations General Assembly has strongly rejected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s

COMMENTARY: Canada badly wants a seat on the UN Security Council. Are other countries listening?

The UN General Assembly votes June 17 to decide which countries get

Trudeau to push premiers on equipping police with body cameras

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he’ll propose equipping police with