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1- Alaye lori Irun Ọdun mejeeji ati awọn ofin ti o rọ mọ aaye ikirun pẹlu awọn imura ti wọn fẹ ki a mu fun Irun ọdun. 3- Idanileko ni apa yi da lori awọn ẹwa khutuba Ojise Olohun- ike ati ola Olohun ki o maa ba a- ni ọjọ odun ati tita koko ọrọ lori wipe se o maa ngbe minbari lọ si aaye ikirun ni tabi wọn mọ pa si ibẹ.
CPAC Today in Politics starts each weekday in Canadian politics with the latest news headlines, a summary of topical opinions from columnists, editorialists and pundits and a preview of the day’s events and activities. Hosted by veteran writer and broadcaster Mark Sutcliffe, CPAC Today in Politics provides you with the information you need to understand what’s driving public policy and political decision-making and tells you what to watch for in the day ahead. A broadcaster, writer and entre ...
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Canadians react to the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves near a former residential school in Saskatchewan; The Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister apologizes for a text she sent to Independent MP Jody Wilson Raybould; And will an election be called before MPs return from their summer break?By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
The Prime Minister accuses the Conservatives of using procedural tactics to delay votes; The Canadian Armed Forces ombudsman says he’s often impeded by military and defence department officials; And China calls on the UN to investigate Canada for crimes against Indigenous people.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
The president of the Public Health Agency of Canada is admonished by the Speaker of the House; The government announces adjustments to border measures; And a parliamentary committee probing sexual misconduct in the Armed Forces adjourns without producing a final report.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
A Conservative motion urges the House of Commons to formally censure the Defence Minister; Chrystia Freeland fires back at comments made by Green Party Leader Annamie Paul; And the current estimates for the Centre Block renovation on Parliament Hill put the cost as high as $5 billion.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
The Prime Minister looks to other world leaders for support as China continues to detain two Canadians; Canada is expecting an influx of vaccines as questions remain about how effective they will be against COVID variants; And senior military leaders play golf with the former chief of defence staff Jonathan Vance.…
New Brunswick MP Jenica Atwin crosses the floor from the Greens to the Liberals; The ethics committee calls for tougher conflict of interest rules and government contract policies in the wake of the WE Charity scandal; And discussions continue over when to reopen the Canada-US border.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
Federal leaders label the attack in London, Ontario an act of terror; Jagmeet Singh fights back against those that say events like this don’t happen in Canada; And Canada will ease restrictions at the border for fully-vaccinated travellers, but the Prime Minister won't say when.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
The Pope expresses pain, but offers no apology for the Catholic Church’s role in Canada’s residential schools; The Prime Minister says Ontario’s Premier is trying to deflect criticism of his province’s response to the pandemic; And Erin O'Toole says Canada should push for the Olympics to be moved from China.…
The federal government releases its action plan on the final report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls; The NDP calls on the government to drop its legal battle against First Nations children and survivors; And Quebec moves up the timeline for administering second doses of COVID vaccines.…
The House of Commons holds a special debate on the discovery of the remains of 215 children at a former residential school in British Columbia; Green Party MPs are at odds with their leader on the Israel-Palestine conflict; And the Department of National Defence says officials accept “in principle” all recommendations in a review of the military ju…
Political leaders react to the discovery of the bodies of 215 children at the site of a former residential school; Optimism increases about Canada’s vaccination program; And the Foreign Affairs Minister reiterates Canada’s support for an investigation into the origins of COVID-19.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
The investigation into an allegation against Major-General Dany Fortin is referred to Quebec’s prosecution service; Will travel restrictions be lifted for people who are vaccinated?; And experts say Quebec's bid to change the Constitution could impact all Canadians.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
The Prime Minister says he was informed a number of weeks ago about allegations against Major-General Dany Fortin; Justin Trudeau says Quebec can unilaterally amend the Canadian constitution; And 75% of Canadians will need to be vaccinated before we can reopen the border with the United States.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
The Liberals face calls to be more transparent about the departure of Major-General Dany Fortin; Concerns about the national vaccine rollout, after Fortin steps down from his role overseeing the delivery and distribution of doses; And the latest poll shows the race tightening between the Liberals and the Conservatives.…
A military investigation sidelines the Major-General overseeing Canada’s vaccine rollout; Canada expects to see many more people vaccinated in the coming weeks; And Quebec’s Premier says he has the power to change Canada’s constitution in his fight to protect the French language.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
The opposition calls for change after the Ethics Commissioner clears the Prime Minister in the WE Charity scandal; The shutdown in Ontario will last longer than originally planned; And Quebec seeks a change to the Canadian Constitution that would reiterate the province's French-language rights.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
A warning from Canada’s top doctor that full vaccination does not equal full protection from COVID-19; The Prime Minister pushes back after an attack ad is released by the Ontario government; And many more questions are expected over the intentions of Bill C-10.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
Health Canada authorizes the use of the Pfizer vaccine for children aged 12 to 15; Canada’s budget watchdog says the federal budget will lead to decades of higher debt; And the Immigration Minister announces new streams to boost the number of people coming to Canada.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
Erin O’Toole calls for the Prime Minister to fire his chief of staff; The Johnson and Johnson vaccine will soon be available across Canada, but experts say it's up to Canadians to decide whether they should take it; And Liberal Insiders say if Mark Carney chooses to run as a Liberal in the next election, he will likely run in Ottawa.…
Where do we stand in the fight against the coronavirus and the plan to get Canadians vaccinated?; The federal budget is expected to pass today; And Chrystia Freeland apologizes to women who experienced harassment in the military, but says she knew nothing of the allegations and Jonathan Vance.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
There are concerns over the cost of debt, as the federal budget outlines more than $100-billion in new spending; Jagmeet Singh says he will not vote against the budget, despite what he calls broken promises; And Doug Ford faces more criticism for his handling of the third wave in Ontario.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
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