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Advocates say Canada should commit $1.2 billion to fight against AIDS, TB and malaria

Advocates say Canada should commit $1.2 billion to fight against AIDS, TB and malaria

Advocacy groups working to end extreme poverty say they hope Canada will use an upcoming international AIDS conference in Montreal to commit new funding for a global organization that fights AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. But the groups say they’re worried Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s commitment to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria will fall short. Elise Legault,...

Quarterly federal carbon price rebates appear in bank accounts with vague labels

Quarterly federal carbon price rebates appear in bank accounts with vague labels

Canadians who pay the federal carbon price got a midsummer money drop today with the first half of their annual “climate action incentive” payment deposited into their bank accounts. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is promoting the payments in various whistle stops in the Ottawa area today, calling them a way to “bring Canadians along” in the fight against climate change...

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