Trudeau’s chief of staff Katie Telford on life inside the...
The most powerful woman in Canadian politics talks to Paul Wells about managing Liberal crises, the 2019 election and the importance of women in politics The...
The Commons debates the political meaning of a summer job...
For a feverish 30 minutes or so on Wednesday afternoon, the House of Commons was tying itself in rhetorical knots over the significance of a summer job.
Liberals insist junk food ad bill won’t hurt sports spons...
The federal Tories are warning that a bill banning unhealthy food ads aimed at children could create unintended consequences for sports team sponsorships and...
U.K. commissioner accuses Canadian company of ducking que...
Britain's Information Commissioner is officially challenging some of the answers provided by representatives of a Canadian technology firm during their appea...
Terror without ideology: can authorities track the violen...
The new commander of Canada’s special forces says there's no textbook answer to the threat posed by 'lone wolf' terrorist or criminal attacks, but the countr...
Bank of Canada says economy 'finally positive', rates to ...
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said on Wednesday the economy was "finally positive" after a long adjustment to a sharp fall in oil prices, but he adde...
Trans Mountain opponent got federal money through Canada ...
The Trudeau government was taking fire in the House of Commons over the stalled Trans Mountain pipeline expansion from opposite flanks Wednesday: accused of ...
Coal phase-out task force to consult workers, communities...
The co-chair of the federal government's new task force on phasing out coal says failing to help workers acquire the skills they need to find new jobs will c...
Evening Brief: Bromance be damned?
Tonight’s Evening Brief is brought to you by Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada. On our fifth anniversary, CPA Canada is playing an active ro...
Housing providers anxious to hear more from feds on helpi...
The Liberals have quietly promised social housing providers who support Indigenous Peoples living off-reserve a bigger say in how billions in spending will b...
Quebec's PQ Leader tones down call for fence near Quebec-...
Parti Quebecois Leader Jean-Francois Lisee nuanced a comment made earlier Wednesday that he wants a fence built near a Quebec-New York border crossing popula...
Playing Chicken with NAFTA 2.0: Who blinks first?
WASHINGTON — The weather in Washington yesterday was gloomy. The mood of the NAFTA re-negotiations was even gloomier. Ministers from the U.S., Mexico and Can...
Alberta premier unhappy with Suzuki honorary degree but d...
EDMONTON — Rachel Notley says she does not agree with the University of Alberta’s decision to grant an honorary degree to high-profile oilsands critic ...
'Gay purge' lawsuit settlement expanded to include more p...
The federal government has agreed to expand the scope of a landmark deal to financially compensate members of the military and other agencies who were invest...
Soaring softwood prices offsetting U.S. duties, industry ...
One year after the United States imposed stiff import duties on Canadian softwood, strong demand for wood and record market prices mean American consumers an...
Expand LGBT record expungement bill to cover 'bawdy house...
Some senators say a Liberal bill that will erase the criminal records for gay Canadians is too narrow and discriminates against Canadians who were swept up i...
Trump’s lack of credibility dooms North Korea talks from ...
Donald Trump has established that he is a circus performer. What is yet to be seen is if he can juggle. Worryingly, he has set himself up for a pratfall by w...
Canada, U.S. spar over late-stage sticking point in NAFTA...
In the late stages of bargaining, with hopes of a deal within days, sources say the United States has made clear it wants some sort of additional mechanism a...
Mushrooming Hill protective service cost spurs NDP’s Cull...
The cost of Parliament’s unified protective service has ballooned since it was created three years ago after a rifleman invaded Centre Block before falling d...
Gay purge settlement expanded to military and other agencies
The federal government has agreed to expand the scope of a landmark deal to financially compensate members of the military and other agencies who were invest...
Quebec judge authorizes lawsuit against the federal gover...
A Quebec judge has authorized a class-action lawsuit against the federal government related to the troubled Phoenix pay system.
Quebec judge authorizes lawsuit against federal governmen...
A Quebec judge has authorized a class-action lawsuit against the federal government related to the troubled Phoenix pay system.
Air travel industry urges go slow on new limits on flight...
Canada’s air travel industry is urging the federal government to pull back on its plan to impose rigid new limits on how long commercial pilots are all...
Reevely: Ontario's government can't keep up a permanent w...
The numbers the Ontario Liberals are using in their financial projections ahead of the June election are “not reasonable,” auditor general Bonnie...
Kinder Morgan approval process “rigged,” feds must fork o...
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said Wednesday that he believes the Kinder Morgan approval process was “rigged” and called on the government to turn ove...
Kinder Morgan approval process ‘rigged,’ feds must fork o...
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said Wednesday that he believes the Kinder Morgan approval process was “rigged” and called on the government to turn ove...
Canada and U.S. clash over sunset clause in 'forceful' NA...
Canada's Foreign Affairs minister and her U.S. trade counterpart had an intense exchange of views during a private NAFTA meeting on Tuesday. A source with di...
Quebec judge authorizes lawsuit against federal governmen...
MONTREAL — A Quebec judge has authorized a class-action lawsuit against the federal government related to the troubled Phoenix pay system. The suit alleges s...
Van attack: too soon to talk motive, PM says; Hajdu calls...
All the answers Canadians are seeking about this week's deadly rental-van attack in Toronto may not be forthcoming, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednes...
Iran Deal Cartoon
Cartoon by Adam Zyglis, The Buffalo News The post Iran Deal Cartoon appeared first on iPolitics .
Trudeau-appointed senator quits group of Independents
Less than a year into his role as a senator, David Adams Richards has removed himself from the group of Independents in the upper chamber.
Prove you didn't prejudge Trans Mountain approval, NDP le...
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is accusing the federal Liberal government of rigging its review process in favour of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Trans Mountain opponent got federal money through Canada ...
The federal Liberal government found itself taking fire over the stalled Trans Mountain pipeline expansion from opposite flanks Wednesday: accused of helping...
Statues of limitations: Why the present shouldn’t attack ...
Three reasons why statue attacks are often wrong-headed The post Statues of limitations: Why the present shouldn’t attack the past appeared first on Ma...
Canada’s ‘abusive’ dairy policies need to go: congressmen
A bi-partisan cohort of more than 60 members of Congress says the United States must not cave on its demands for more dairy access to Canada in an updated NA...
Liberal MP Nicola Di Iorio resigns, citing family reasons
Nicola Di Iorio, Liberal MP for Saint-Léonard—Saint Michel, announced Wednesday he is leaving politics, citing family reasons.
Federal program funds summer job to help 'stop Kinder Mor...
The federal government's summer job program is providing funding for a position with a B.C. activist group that aims to stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline expan...
Heritage tackles industry harassment with funding boost a...
Canada’s arts and culture industry will receive financial support and face a change to its public grants model to tackle workplace harassment following...
Independent senators struggle with how independent they s...
Free from the restraints of sitting in a partisan caucus, newly-appointed senators who identify as Independents are struggling with just how independent they...
Saskatchewan seeks court ruling on federal carbon tax
REGINA — The Saskatchewan government is asking the province’s Appeal Court to rule on whether the federal government can impose a carbon tax. Saskatche...
Liberal MP Nicola Di Iorio quitting politics
OTTAWA — Popular Quebec Liberal MP Nicola Di Iorio says he is leaving politics for family reasons. Di Iorio, who broke the news following today’s caucu...
Commit to harassment-free environment or forego federal a...
Heritage Minister Melanie Joly says cultural organizations will have to commit in writing to providing a workplace free of harassment and sexual misconduct i...
Liberal MP Nicola Di Iorio says he's quitting politics, c...
Popular Quebec Liberal MP Nicola Di Iorio says he is leaving politics for family reasons.
Saskatchewan is launching a court reference that just mig...
Scott Moe, the province's unassuming premier, sets out to fulfill the conservative dream to vanquishing Trudeau's carbon-pricing plan. But what if he fails? ...
Saskatchewan asks court if Ottawa's carbon tax is unconst...
Saskatchewan's opposition to a federally imposed carbon tax has reached the courts.
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