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Seniors to receive COVID-19 emergency aid of up to $500 in July - Seniors facing higher costs for groceries, transportation and prescriptions due to COVID-19 can expect emergency aid payments of up to $500 on July 6. Politics - | June 4 - |

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Live - MPs meet for 'hybrid' House of Commons COVID-19 special committee LIVE - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his ministers face questions from opposition MPs as the Commons' special committee on COVID-19 meets in-person and via video conference. June 4

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Trudeau government to spend more than $88M on COVID-19 ads - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government is planning to spend more than $88 million to get its message out about COVID-19, CBC News has learned. But critics say the money should go to Canadians, not ads. Elizabeth Thompson - Politics - | June 4 - |

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Trudeau joins 3rd pandemic summit amid campaign for Security Council seat - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is taking part in his third international summit in a week as Canada campaigns for a coveted United Nation's Security Council seat on a platform of helping to rebuild the post-pandemic world. Politics - | June 4 - |

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PODCAST -- Party Lines June 4: Who feels served and protected?

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Meng Wanzhou extradition hearings could extend into 2021 - Amy Smart - Canada - British Columbia - | June 4 - |

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Singh condemns Trudeau's silence over Trump's 'reprehensible' actions -- John Paul Tasker -- |

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Stockwell Day exits CBC commentary role, corporate posts after comments about racism in Canada -- Peter Zimonjic -- |

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Supreme Court goes Zoom: court to start virtual hearings during pandemic closure -- Kathleen Harris -- |

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Indigenous women's organization gives Ottawa failing grade on its MMIWG response -- Olivia Stefanovich

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Military must test more soldiers deployed to long-term care homes, health expert warns -- Murray Brewster -- |

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Conservative leadership candidates pitch fixes for long term care -- Catherine Cullen -- |

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Analysis - Trump or no Trump, Canada's relationship with the U.S. isn't going back to 'normal' soon - Aaron Wherry - Politics - | June 3 - |

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Police co-ordination still lacking a year after inquiry report on missing and murdered Indigenous women -- Olivia Stefanovich -- Politics

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Analysis - Greens face big challenges as COVID-19 transforms the political landscape - Éric Grenier - Politics - | June 3 - |

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Search concludes for crashed chopper and lost Canadian service members -- Canada -- - -- Nova Scotia

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Trudeau positions Canada as champion of co-ordinated global recovery plan -- Politics -- |

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Some U.S. officials are blaming outside agitators for unrest. That tactic has a long history, experts say -- Andrea Bellemare -- World -- |

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Liberals detail changes to COVID-19 aid as they ask MPs to OK new spending - Politics - | June 3

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Nunavut senator calls for Red Chamber to resume - Nick Murray - Canada - North - | June 3 - |

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By the numbers: Federal projected spending on direct supports due to COVID-19 hits $152.7B -- Karina Roman -- Politics -- |

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Trudeau says Canadians watching U.S. events in 'horror,' avoids naming Trump after long pause -- John Paul Tasker -- Politics -- |

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Video -- In their own words: political leaders in Canada weigh in on Trump's response to U.S. protests -- Politics -- |

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Bell, Telus to use Nokia and Ericsson, not Huawei, in building their next-generation 5G networks -- Pete Evans -- Business -- |

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Ex-ministers, ambassadors call on Trudeau to push back against Israeli annexation plan -- Evan Dyer -- Politics -- |

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Power & Politics -- With Vassy Kapelos, Canada's premier daily political news program, airs 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET weekdays on CBC News Network. Find out more about the program and our Power Panel contributors, and watch clips and past episodes. -- Watch the full episodes

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The House -- CBC Radio's The House takes you behind the scenes in the world of Canadian politics. Parliament may take a summer recess but the business of national politics never stops, nor does The House. -- Listen to the full episodes

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