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Government of Canada introduces historic legislation on Indigenous languages
Seven year framework for Government and public sector development projects launched
Governments of Canada and Manitoba invest more than $1 million for farm safety
AI and digital design to transform future of UK construction
Minister Garneau announces government’s intent to amalgamate Oshawa and Hamilton port authorities
Minister Carr welcomes new gender chapter in modernized Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement
The Government Actuary’s Department marks its centenary
Observing the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust. My Yiddish Papi (Picbois Productions/NFB) by…
St. Paul’s Canonry: James Milne
Government of Canada investing in safety at the Rouyn-Noranda Airport
No deal Brexit advice: guidance on food and drink labelling
Charitable think tank warned over breaches of charity law
Governments of Canada and Quebec Support Growth of CelluForce in Quebec’s Forest Industry
Africa Minister makes two-country trip to Southern Africa to deepen partnership
Statement by Minister Rodriguez on the Lunar New Year
The end of an era: RAF Tornado returns from operations for the last time
Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) claims and the Official Receiver
Official International Reserves – February 5, 2019
New expert brought in to boost government’s relationship with small businesses
Clerk of the House of Commons appointment: Dr John Benger
EU Exit: road haulage
Pension billions could be unlocked to boost economic growth and savers’ returns
Making the best use of small contractors
UK Government to support safe maritime trade and economic growth across Overseas Territories
Tackling productivity problems in UK industry: apply for funding
Schools Minister calls on academies to justify ‘excessive’ pay
James Brokenshire confirms funding package for local authorities in 2019 to 2020
HS2 reveals Old Oak Common station designs as work ramps up on west London super-hub
Court bans mobility equipment boss for 6 years
Defence Minister visits Imperial College Translation and Innovation Hub
Response of Justice Ministry to Public Accounts Committee: Transforming courts and tribunals
Financial Services bosses banned for trading while insolvent
Response to Public Accounts Committee: Transforming courts and tribunals
MHCLG EU Exit local information sharing
Thousands of green taxis to benefit from new chargepoints
Property developer behind incomplete football stadium banned
7 tips for motorists to stay safe online
Namgis Court Decision Statement from Minister of Fisheries and Canadian Coast Guard
Australian FM Marise Payne to visit New Zealand
Canada concludes Lima Group meeting in support of Venezuelan democracy
New state houses for the elderly in Whangarei
New form and guidance to help you search OPG’s registers
Support for Juan Guaidó from neighbours
Ottawa declaration for Venezuela
Death of an inmate at Pacific Institution
January 2019 progress update on long-term drinking water advisories on public systems on reserve
Helping Ontario Farmers Affected by Wildlife and Weather Succeed
Military member charged following allegations of sexual misconduct in Ottawa, ON.