Trudeau’s ‘deliverology’ on the verge of becoming a punch...
An approach meant to light fire under federal bureaucracy is going off the rails as Liberals appear to drop tenets crucial to its success
Mexico working on compromise on NAFTA rules of origin for...
The plan is to placate the Trump administration by squeezing overseas content out of North American-made cars and trucks to avoid major problems for the auto...
Tory pit bull Poilievre looks for ‘vulnerability’ in atta...
The partisan, young career politician known as ‘Skippy’ delights in sparring with the Liberal finance minister
Green leader senses NDP support for Site C, minister says...
The future of the Site C hydroelectric dam is the subject of pointed questions from labour unions, environmental groups, Indigenous Peoples and high-ranking ...
Reevely: Ottawa's 2018 budget skimps on greening the city...
The city government is millions of dollars behind in its plan to save money by using less energy in its own buildings and is set to punt real work on reducin...
U.S. releases list reflecting tougher NAFTA negotiating p...
The United States has published an updated list of NAFTA negotiating objectives to reflect some of its tougher-than-anticipated demands, a reminder of the di...
Peacekeeping, legal pot, NAFTA uncertainty: Maclean’s on ...
Your weekly briefing on all things Parliament Hill, produced in the Maclean’s Ottawa bureau The post Peacekeeping, legal pot, NAFTA uncertainty: Maclean̵...
Longtime politician Paul Quassa chosen as fourth premier ...
Quassa was chosen by his fellow legislature members following a short campaign and vote
New National Holocaust Monument to stay open year-round
The newly opened National Holocaust Monument won't be closed for the winter after all. Heritage Minister Melanie Joly says in a tweet that the soaring concre...
Evening Brief: Skywriting, glass houses and the groper-in...
Tonight’s Evening Brief is brought to you by Cameco. _____________________ Good evening to you. The Lead: We begin tonight with money talk. Fed up to h...
Canada's return to peacekeeping: five things to know abou...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has finally unveiled Canada's long-awaited commitment to United Nations peacekeeping efforts, and it's getting mixed reviews.
Cannabis is Canada’s moment to lead the world
As wine is to France and whisky is to Scotland, let cannabis be to Canada..
Union warns feds: Fix Phoenix or face a wave of grievances
The union representing professional workers in Canada’s public service is threatening to swamp the federal government with grievances about pay problems unti...
National Holocaust Monument to stay open all winter
Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly today announced the National Holocaust Monument will remain open throughout the winter, responding to concerns that snowy days...
Turkey pulls out of NATO exercise after president turns u...
President Erdogan announced Friday he was pulling Turkish troops from a North Atlantic Treaty Organization exercise in Norway after his name, and that of Tur...
Turkey pulls out of NATO exercise after Erdogan turns up ...
President Erdogan announced on Friday he was pulling Turkish troops from a North Atlantic Treaty Organization exercise in Norway after his name and that of T...
Feds earmark $327M over five years to fight gun, gang vio...
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the federal government is allocating up to $327.6 million over five years and $100 million a year after that to fig...
Lawyer argues in favour of temporary suspension of Quebec...
Quebec's controversial face-covering law is being tested for the first time before the courts as opponents argue for a temporary suspension of a key section.
The Pollcast: Can the Democrats mount a comeback?
With wins in Virginia and New Jersey, and a potential upset in an upcoming special election in Alabama, the Democrats are feeling confident about their chanc...
Canada's peacekeeping commitment affects possible UN Secu...
Canada's new commitment to United Nations peacekeeping has left some international observers questioning whether it will be enough to accomplish another big ...
As the economy soars, Trudeau’s poll numbers sink. What g...
It’s the economy, stupid. Ever since Bill Clinton’s campaign guru, James Carville, used a variation of that phrase during the 1992 election campaign to remin...
Feds announce cash to combat gun crime
Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale announced Friday the Liberal government is investing up to $327.6 million over five years, and $100 million annually ...
The Sprout: Friday, November 17, 2017
Good afternoon and welcome to the Sprout, where your host can’t quite believe this break week is almost over. Where did the week go? Here is today̵...
Politicos on the move: New ministers’ aides and Infrastru...
We start our weekly look at comings and goings in political life with some movement in the federal health minister’s office. Minister Ginette Petitpas ...
Cartoon of the Day: Double double?
The post Cartoon of the Day: Double double? appeared first on iPolitics .
Stop giving Trudeau credit for confronting Duterte
Bit by bit, Justin Trudeau’s halo is slipping. That’s natural enough two years into a mandate, with two years left to get it back into position. But sl...
The Prime Minister announces changes in the senior ranks ...
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced the following changes in the senior ranks of the Public Service: Ava G. Yaskiel , currently Partner and G...
Watch the Halifax International Security Forum 2017: Live...
We carry every on-the-record session at the annual meeting of defence and security minds on Canada’s east coast The post Watch the Halifax International Secu...
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International political, military leaders gather in Halif...
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan kicked off the Halifax International Security Forum today by underscoring the importance of frank discussion amongst global le...
Canadians 'well protected' from returning ISIS fighters: ...
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says Canada will deal with threats posed by the Islamic State group, whether they come from afar or closer to home.
Sajjan trumpets Canada's 'increased role' on the geopolit...
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan opened a security conference on Friday by saying Canada is embracing a more muscular approach to international security, touti...
12 biggest losers in a NAFTA pullout? States that voted T...
A new projection from the biggest business lobby in the United States shows the 12 states that would likely feel the impact of NAFTA's cancellation the most ...
Tragically Hip bandmates, Alex Trebek receive Order of Ca...
The members of the Tragically Hip and "Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek were among the Order of Canada recipients to be honoured with medals on Friday.
Gord Downie's bandmates, Alex Trebek named to the Order o...
The members of the Tragically Hip and "Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek were among the Order of Canada recipients to be honoured with medals on Friday.
The Rebel to Rabble Review: Rebel Media on the outs (and ...
The Rebel to Rabble Review is an experimental weekly feature here at iPolitics that aims to deliver a roundup of political stories circulating outside the ma...
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister's arm broken in several ...
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is recovering from injuries, including multiple breaks in his left arm, after he fell during a hike in New Mexico.
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister breaks arm while hiking ...
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is recovering from injuries, including multiple breaks in his left arm, after he fell during a hike in New Mexico.
Brian Pallister briefly reported missing after fall durin...
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister was hiking while on vacation in New Mexico and was overdue by an hour when his wife called police, who found him injured at ...
Brian Pallister broke arm during solo hike in New Mexico,...
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister was hiking while on vacation in New Mexico and was overdue by an hour when his wife called police, who found him injured at ...
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Trudeau’s UN pledge broke a promise he never should have ...
Canada is back in the United Nations peacekeeping game – although not in the fashion that many were led to expect over the past two years. Critics have (righ...
The Drilldown: Keystone spills in South Dakota
The Lead: TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone pipeline spilled an estimated 795,000 litres of crude oil in South Dakota Thursday, the Canadian Press reports. ...
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