Scheer has few options when it comes to dealing with Bernier
  One of the prevailing narratives as to why Maxime Bernier remains in the Conservative Party caucus despite his xenophobic spleen venting about the all...
Quebec finance minister says Trump tariffs having impact ...
Quebec's finance minister says the protectionist measures of the Trump administration are already being felt on the ground in the province.
Justice to look at easing jury secrecy provisions
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould says she will look at possible changes to a law forbidding jurors from talking about closed-door deliberations — a secr...
Transcript of Trudeau's exchange with hecklers at Quebec ...
Read a transcript of an exchange between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and a heckler during an event in Sabrevois, Que., last Thursday.
Stop producing nuclear waste until we can dispose of it, ...
Environmental groups say Canada should stop producing nuclear energy until the federal government replaces its "pathetic" waste disposal policy with somethin...
Ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort guilty of 8 charges
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Paul Manafort, the longtime political operative who for months led Donald Trump’s winning presidential campaign, was found guilty of ...
Cohen says hush money paid to influence election
NEW YORK — The Latest on a financial fraud probe involving Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen (all times local): 4:55 p.m. Donald Trum...
Centre Block renewal could last three years longer than e...
The public works department has awarded a $13.4-million contract to one of the world’s largest cost and risk management firms to rein in delays and rising co...
U.S. to impose anti-dumping duties of 24% plus on Canadia...
The United States says it will impose preliminary anti-dumping duties on large-diameter welded pipe from Canada and five other countries.
U.S. slaps new tariffs on welded pipe from Canada, other ...
The United States has slapped additional tariffs on imports of pipe used to build oil and gas pipelines following an anti-dumping investigation by the Commer...
RCAF unsure who unbuckled life raft that hit Miami home
The Royal Canadian Air Force has been unable to find the culprit in the case of a flying life raft that crashed from one of its helicopters into a house in M...
B.C. premier says wildfires prompted unprecedented second...
VANCOUVER — British Columbia Premier John Horgan says successive provincial governments have budgeted “laughable” amounts of money to fight wildf...
Liberals unveil lofty poverty plan, but no new spending p...
The minister in charge of Canada’s latest national plan to combat poverty says the long-term success of the strategy will depend on the willingness of ...
Parties could collect – but not accept – online contribut...
 Federal parties hoping to help candidates by using a centralized online processing system to collect campaign contributions on their behalf are free to do s...
Half of Canadians want immigration levels decreased: poll
A new poll suggests half of its respondents want Canada’s current immigration targets lowered in the next year by cutting the number of family migrants...
The cancellation of Ontario’s basic income project is a t...
The cancellation of Ontario’s basic income project not only violates our obligation as a society to ensure economic security for all. It also breaches the et...
Liberals unveil poverty plan with lofty goals, but no new...
The Liberal government lifted the veil on what it billed Tuesday as a bold plan to strike a blow against poverty across Canada by the end of the next decade ...
Feds agree to look at easing jury secrecy provision as pa...
The federal justice minister says she will look at possible changes to a law forbidding jurors from talking about closed-door deliberations -- a secrecy prov...
The Drilldown: Medical issues from wildfire smoke surge o...
The Lead: Medical issues linked to bad air quality caused by smoke are surging in Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, as the region weathers the longest air qua...
Scheer going to India to 'repair' relationship after 'dis...
Six months after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's foreign policy prowess was pummelled by a disorganized state visit to India, his chief opponent is heading t...
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Liberals vow to lift 2 million Canadians out of poverty b...
The Liberal government says it's possible to pull more than two million people over the poverty line by 2030 without committing to any new spending or policy...
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Maxime Bernier is challenging orthodoxy. He deserves a ci...
Dismissing Bernier as a nativist, or white nationalist, or simply racist is just more of the reflexive, ad hominem groupthink that's currently so fashionable.
Liberals faced closed-door criticism over now-cancelled S...
The Liberal government’s now-scuttled plan to buy Super Hornet jet fighters as a stop-gap measure for the air force faced an initial storm of back room criti...
Transport Canada to scale back government oversight of co...
Starting this fall, people hired by the airlines to evaluate the competence of Canada's commercial pilots will be subject to less direct oversight from Trans...
New Brunswick's provincial campaign to kick off as a toss-up
Polls suggest Brian Gallant's Liberals can't take re-election on Sept. 24 for granted.
Anti-poverty strategy will aim for 50 per cent cut in low...
A source familiar with the federal government's long-awaited plan to help low-income Canadians says it will set a lofty goal of lifting more than two million...
Statement by the Prime Minister on Eid al-Adha
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on Eid al-Adha: “Today, we join Muslim communities in Canada and around the world to...
Trudeau: no apologies for heckler encounter, pledges to c...
Hate speech and the politics of division are creating a "dangerous path" for Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday as he vowed to steer clear of ...
Ford promises to spare other municipalities from Toronto’...
Premier Doug Ford says what’s good for Toronto is not what’s good for the rest of Ontario’s municipalities. Speaking Monday at the Associat...
Canada launches review of auto emissions
Canada officially launched its review into the country’s joint vehicle emissions standards with the United States before Washington decides to weaken t...
Trudeau pledges to call out ‘hate speech’
Hate speech and the politics of division are creating a “dangerous path” for Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday as he vowed to ste...
Feds replacing lottery for parent sponsorship, more appli...
The Trudeau government is scrapping an unpopular lottery system for immigrants looking to reunite with their parents and grandparents and is increasing the n...
RCAF doesn’t know why life raft fell from Griffon helicop...
The Royal Canadian Air Force has been unable to find the culprit in the case of a flying life raft that crashed from one of its helicopter into a house in Mi...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks with Prime Minister ...
The Prime Minister spoke today with Imran Khan, the newly elected Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Prime Minister Trudeau expressed his go...
Team Trudeau to drop “lottery” system for immigrants
The Trudeau government is scrapping an unpopular lottery system for immigrants looking to reunite with their parents and grandparents. The changes, which wil...
Soviet-era handgun at centre of Coulton Boushie’s death a...
The Soviet-made handgun that killed 22-year-old Coulton Boushie two years ago was a popular choice for gun owners in a constellation of small rural Saskatche...
China hopes to speed trade talks amid growing protectionism
TORONTO — China’s ambassador to Canada said Monday he hopes to make progress on a free-trade agreement with Canada and others amid his country’s ...
The Sprout: NAFTA crawls and beer mile lolz
Good day and welcome to the Sprout, where it’s National Lemonade Day, National Bacon Lover’s Day and National Chocolate Pecan Pie Day. We can hap...
PM Trudeau stands by his 'racism' comments to heckler
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is standing by his comments to a heckler last week after telling her she was intolerant.
Trudeau stands by 'racism' comments to heckler
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is standing by his comments to a heckler last week after telling her she was intolerant.
Liberals scrap controversial family reunification lottery...
Justin Trudeau's Liberal government is dropping its controversial lottery system for reuniting immigrant families and returning to a first-come, first-served...
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