CBC Information: The Home47:08What’s going to the subsequent finances maintain?
Looking forward to a historic finances
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is ready to introduce her first federal finances someday this spring — the federal government’s first in two years.
This week, the Home of Commons finance committee printed an extended listing of suggestions arising from its pre-budget session conferences. Three senior members of that committee — Liberal MP and chair Wayne Easter, Conservative finance critic Ed Quick and NDP Home chief Peter Julian — talked to The Home about what they need to see within the finances.
CBC Information: The Home11:06MPs look forward to a historic finances
Canada’s medical help in dying laws
A invoice to broaden entry to medical help in dying has been despatched again to the Home of Commons after Canada’s senators handed a revised model of the invoice on Wednesday.
Impartial Sen. Chantal Petitclerc sponsored the invoice within the Pink Chamber and joined The Home to debate the laws simply earlier than the federal government introduced Friday that it was looking for a fourth extension of a court-imposed deadline to alter the legislation.
CBC Information: The Home0:00Canada’s medical help in dying laws
How can Ottawa higher help Black Canadians?
Final month, a number of organizations acquired rejection letters from Employment and Social Improvement Canada claiming they have been ineligible for funding by the Supporting Black Canadian Communities Initiative — as a result of they weren’t sufficiently Black-led.
Households, Youngsters and Social Improvement Minister Ahmed Hussen mentioned the letters have been “utterly unacceptable.” However what does the blunder say about systemic boundaries in federal packages?
The Home checks in with Sylvia Parris-Drummond, CEO of the Delmore “Buddy” Daye Studying Institute in Halifax — which acquired one of many rejection letters — and Minerva Saddler Grey, a sociologist and co-founder of Kuinua Consulting Group in Toronto, which helps organizations construct capability and entry funding.
CBC Information: The Home12:21How can Ottawa higher help Black Canadians?
Hydrogen in Alberta’s industrial heartland
The federal authorities has its sights set on reaching a purpose of net-zero greenhouse fuel emissions by 2050. One attainable approach to assist Canada get there may be hydrogen expertise. As international locations around the globe and provinces throughout Canada search for methods to decrease emissions, demand for hydrogen gasoline may develop shortly within the coming a long time.
Host Chris Corridor hears extra from Sturgeon County Mayor Alanna Hnatiw in Alberta, who’s a part of the Industrial Heartland Hydrogen Job Pressure, a bunch trying to assist energy cities with hydrogen.
CBC Information: The Home7:33Hydrogen in Alberta’s industrial heartland