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Questions related to the government or politics of Canada.

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Sort of. The applicable regulations specifically excludes IVF as an insured service except for one narrow circumstance. Some background: OHIP decides whether you are eligible for OHIP and whethe …
answered Sep 23 by Roger
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It's hard to know for sure. For example, the position of Minister of Status of Women (previously the Minister responsible for the Status of Women) was created in 1971, and has been held exclusively b …
answered Feb 19 by Roger
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"Prosecutors decided to pursue the prosecution, despite concerns (not least from Trudeau) that this would substantially damage SNC-Lavalin and lead to job losses in Canada." In the specific context … explictly forbidden to consider the possibility of job losses in Canada, despite however much any particular politician may want them to be. By way of corroboration, this official government report …
answered Mar 5 by Roger
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doesn't constitute foreign interference: Elections Canada said that a foreign citizen speaking about the Canadian election doesn't "constitute an instance of undue foreign influence under the Canada
asked yesterday by Roger
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Municipalities in British Columbia are regulated through the Local Government Act of British Columbia and the Community Charter (and Vancouver has its own thing that applies only to it, but let's avoi …
answered Oct 17 '18 by Roger