Government of Canada launches environmental funding programs

Across the country, Canadians are leading grassroots action to protect the environment, tackle plastic pollution, conserve nature, and protect our waterways. These initiatives are creating good local jobs and improving the environment for the next generation. Today, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, launched the annual call for proposals for […]

Minister Mendicino visits Cape Breton University to discuss the benefits that immigration brings to our community

As our population ages and our labour market shrinks, we will need new people to fund the pensions and social services that Canadians expect. Not only that, but immigration can help to sustain Cape Breton’s labour force and economic growth. It was an honour to welcome the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Hon. Marco […]

Our Government took steps to lower taxes for nearly 20 million Canadians starting in 2020

In 2015, one of our Government’s first acts was to cut taxes for middle-class Canadians. We knew then, and still know today, that when we invest in middle-class Canadians, we build stronger communities, create more jobs, and continue to grow our economy. That’s why, our government took steps to lower taxes for nearly 20 million […]

Jaime Battiste to chair the Liberal Indigenous Caucus

Six members of Parliament form the Liberal Indigenous Caucus, including newly appointed chair, M.P. Battiste from Sydney-Victoria, the first-ever Mi’kmaw MP who is a member of the Eskasoni First Nation. The Liberal Indigenous Caucus has announced the appointment of Jaime Battiste, Member of Parliament for Sydney-Victoria as their newly appointed chair of the Liberal Indigenous […]