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Canada has decided to suspend its $3 million voluntary contribution to the OIF for 2023-2024, due to the results of an internal survey indicating a toxic internal climate and transparency issues.
The Prohibiting Cluster Munitions Act - Exemptions for Canadian Forces members
Mandate letter and Budget 2022 commitment on school food.
What is the Government of Canada doing for non-profits, charities, social enterprises and other social purpose organizations under the Social Innovation and Social Finance Strategy?
Why did the government introduce federal early learning and child care legislation?
What can Canadians expect from 1 800 O-Canada post COVID-19?