CBC News: The House47:08What will the following price range maintain?
Looking forward to a historic price range
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is about to introduce her first federal price range someday this spring — the federal government’s first in two years.
This week, the House of Commons finance committee revealed a protracted checklist of suggestions arising from its pre-budget session conferences. Three senior members of that committee — Liberal MP and chair Wayne Easter, Conservative finance critic Ed Fast and NDP House chief Peter Julian — talked to The House about what they need to see within the price range.
CBC News: The House11:06MPs stay up for a historic price range
Canada’s medical help in dying laws
A invoice to broaden entry to medical help in dying has been despatched again to the House of Commons after Canada’s senators handed a revised model of the invoice on Wednesday.
Independent Sen. Chantal Petitclerc sponsored the invoice within the Red Chamber and joined The House to debate the laws simply earlier than the federal government introduced Friday that it was looking for a fourth extension of a court-imposed deadline to vary the regulation.
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How can Ottawa higher assist Black Canadians?
Last month, a number of organizations obtained rejection letters from Employment and Social Development Canada claiming they have been ineligible for funding via the Supporting Black Canadian Communities Initiative — as a result of they weren’t sufficiently Black-led.
Families, Children and Social Development Minister Ahmed Hussen mentioned the letters have been “completely unacceptable.” But what does the blunder say about systemic boundaries in federal packages?
The House checks in with Sylvia Parris-Drummond, CEO of the Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institute in Halifax — which obtained one of many rejection letters — and Minerva Saddler Gray, a sociologist and co-founder of Kuinua Consulting Group in Toronto, which helps organizations construct capability and entry funding.
CBC News: The House12:21How can Ottawa higher assist Black Canadians?
Hydrogen in Alberta’s industrial heartland
The federal authorities has its sights set on reaching a purpose of net-zero greenhouse gasoline emissions by 2050. One doable manner to assist Canada get there’s hydrogen know-how. As nations around the globe and provinces throughout Canada search for methods to decrease emissions, demand for hydrogen gas might develop rapidly within the coming many years.
Host Chris Hall hears extra from Sturgeon County Mayor Alanna Hnatiw in Alberta, who’s a part of the Industrial Heartland Hydrogen Task Force, a gaggle seeking to assist energy cities with hydrogen.
CBC News: The House7:33Hydrogen in Alberta’s industrial heartland