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Securing our safety with stronger terror laws
Government to push PFAS transparency
Queensland to streamline medicinal cannabis application process
Terrorism legislation introduced to Queensland Parliament
Palaszczuk Government strengthens blue card system
Government of Canada provides skills training and job opportunities for 600 young Canadians in Barrie area
More politicians not the priority
Government to introduce Bill to legalise voluntary assisted dying and improve end-of-life choices for Western Australians
Tougher sentences for concealing child abuse
White Ribbon campaign an essential part of ending family violence and sexual violence
Drones track brumby damage for UNSW Canberra researcher
Canada concerned by decision to dissolve Sri Lanka’s parliament
Sri Lanka – Political Situation
The Festival jeunesse de l’Acadie Receives $40,000 in Funding
ACCC action against Captain Cook College for alleged systemic unconscionable conduct
Queensland Parliament must improve mandatory reporting laws
Tough laws on drugs in prisons passed by Parliament
Ahmadi Muslims to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of WWI Armistice across Australia
Two-step RMA reform to start by fixing the previous government’s blunders
Government of Canada officially hands over the newly restored and modernized West Block facility to House of Commons
Canada Releases Interactive Map: Canada’s Commemorative Map
Fresh start continues for TAFE SA with new Board appointments
Twenty-first century laws to fight against child exploitation
Second Committee inquiry into the Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement
With two new appointments, Copyright Board of Canada fully staffed and ready for modernization
Transparency of academy system leads to greater accountability
My Health Record Changes Welcomed But Opt-Out Period Must Be Extended
Whistleblower protections to go ahead
Beeliar wetlands to be preserved for future generations
Parliamentary Secretary Alghabra to lead Canadian delegation to Africa Investment Forum in Johannesburg, South Africa
Solicitor General to be given first Durham University Achievement Award
Family Violence Bills pass third reading
Fitzgerald Inquiry anniversary caps off big year for Qld State Archives
Seeking local feedback about intergenerational welfare dependence
Government of Canada encourages the public in the Ottawa area to participate in key Veterans’ Week activities
Process underway to appoint next Chief Justice of New Zealand
New federal investment will help more women run for elected office
Announcement on probate fees
Three Beauce companies will be able to increase their productivity or undertake commercialization activities
Reaching Home: Canada’s Homelessness Strategy
Government of Canada supports early childhood development
Minister Bibeau highlights an investment of $11.5 million in more than 16 University of Sherbrooke research projects
More support for school leaders to tackle workload
Public service of DOC Ranger Scott Theobald recognised
Time for Rebecca White to show some leadership
New workforce a game-changer for kids with learning needs
Liberal Government growing the economy, Labor out of touch
Government of Canada recognizes national historic significance of the Trois-Rivières Historical Complex