CBC - Politics Ottawa funds mentorship network to support Indigenous health researchers 2017-06-28T14:31:35.000000000-04:00 The federal government plans to spend $8 million over five years to establish a mentorship network for First Nations, Métis and Inuit health researchers. First cheese, now drugs: More disputes and delays for Canada-EU trade deal 2017-06-28T12:57:57.000000000-04:00 Canada's goal to see its trade agreement with the European Union take flight by July 1 now appears grounded by a second series of concerns, this time from the pharmaceutical industry. Canada's top court backs order for Google to remove firm's website from global searches 2017-06-28T10:12:53.000000000-04:00 The Supreme Court of Canada has upheld a B.C. court ruling that ordered Google to remove the website of a company from its global search results. Trudeau, Wynne, Tory announce $1.2B to revitalize Toronto's Port Lands 2017-06-28T09:35:03.000000000-04:00 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Mayor John Tory made an announcement in the Toronto's Port Lands on Wednesday. Solitary confinement under scrutiny as Ottawa moves to limit use of controversial practice 2017-06-28T08:00:00.000000000-04:00 Locked up in solitary for 43 days last year at the Edmonton Institution, Matthew Hamm's only view of the world outside his cell was through a mail slot. The practice of segregating inmates for long stretches is set to change as Canada attempts to fall in line with new United Nations rules introdu... Dreams of a gender-neutral O Canada are over — for now 2017-06-28T05:00:00.000000000-04:00 Canadians will not be singing a gender-neutral national anthem on Canada Day after a bill before Parliament to officially change the lyrics has stalled. How Trudeau lost his way on electoral reform 2017-06-27T19:12:45.000000000-04:00 Nearly five months after his government decided to abandon any thought it had of pursuing electoral reform, Justin Trudeau was asked on Tuesday whether he felt badly about that. Self-governing First Nations can keep all revenues, Ottawa says 2017-06-27T18:37:06.000000000-04:00 The federal government has put a moratorium on a policy that see transfers offset by revenues raised by self-governing First Nations, for example, through taxes or business income. Liberals meeting fiscal goals, but inherited $18B baseline deficit, Trudeau says 2017-06-27T18:09:37.000000000-04:00 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau insisted Tuesday that his Liberal government has been keeping its promise to be fiscally responsible and blamed the previous Conservative administration for being at least partly responsible for higher-than-expected deficits. Lawrence Cannon stepping down as ambassador to France in September 2017-06-27T17:25:38.000000000-04:00 Canada's ambassador to France will be stepping down at the end of September.