Search for:

Stellantis stalemate can end if Ontario pays its fair share, Champagne says

Ottawa is “very confident” it can settle a dispute with automaker Stellantis if the Ontario government pays its “fair share,” Industry Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says. Stellantis, one of the world’s largest automakers that makes vehicles including Chrysler, Ram and Fiat, said Monday it stopped construction on a $5-billion electric vehicle [...]

Looming federal byelections will get enhanced interference monitoring

The federal government is tightening its foreign election interference monitoring for four byelections set for next month. Ottawa announced Tuesday that the June 19 byelections in Manitoba’s Portage—Lisgar and Winnipeg South Centre, Ontario’s Oxford and Quebec’s Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Westmount, will have “enhanced” surveillance for threats during the campaigns. The federal government has [...]