CBC Radio’s The House: Reaching unvaccinated Canadians

On this week’s show: Epidemiologist Nazeem Muhajarine discusses ways to increase vaccine uptake across the country. CBC’s Murray Brewster reports on the Taliban’s capture of territory once patrolled by Canadians. Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson talks about Canada’s readiness for the effects of climate change. Plus — a look at the fate of Bill C-6, which… Continue reading CBC Radio’s The House: Reaching unvaccinated Canadians

Pre-election spending limits on party ads don’t apply without fixed voting day under newest law

Federal political parties in Canada are free to campaign and advertise without extra restrictions this summer, unlike in 2019 when they faced pre-election spending rules — thanks to a loophole in the Elections Modernization Act and a minority government.

Trevor Bauer has paid leave extended through July 15 by MLB

Trevor Bauer’s administrative leave was extended by seven days through July 15 by Major League Baseball and the players’ association on Thursday while the sport’s investigators check into allegations of sexual misconduct against the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher.

The fall of Panjwaii casts a long shadow over Canada’s Afghan war veterans

The Taliban did something last weekend they’ve been unable to do for nearly two decades. They captured a key district on the edge of Kandahar City — a region many Canadian soldiers gave their lives to defend. The event was greeted with a mixture of dismay, sadness and resignation by the ordinary troops who fought… Continue reading The fall of Panjwaii casts a long shadow over Canada’s Afghan war veterans