Poilievre preferred among Conservatives, but Charest favo...
Ontario MP Pierre Poilievre remains the heavy favourite to be the next Conservative party leader but he trails opponent Jean Charest for support among Canadi...
Hockey Canada scandal shows the need to ban non-disclosur...
There are growing calls to outlaw non-disclosure agreements across the country as Hockey Canada and other sports organizations reel from sexual assault scand...
Greens pitch an unconventional leadership race featuring ...
The Green Party of Canada prides itself on doing politics differently, and its upcoming leadership race might not disappoint. 
Top commander defends military's vaccine requirement, say...
Canada's top military commander said he will "tweak" the vaccine mandate for the Armed Forces in the next few weeks but defended vaccine requirements as nece...
Kitchener, Ont., man pleads guilty to threatening prime m...
A Kitchener, Ont., man has pleaded guilty to threatening Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a campaign stop in nearby Cambridge last summer, court document...
Liberals will fulfill promise of dental care for kids, Fr...
The Liberal government is committed to its promise of delivering on a national dental care program, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said Tuesday, tho...
Liberals will fulfil promise of dental care for kids, Fre...
The Liberal government is committed to its promise of delivering on a national dental care program, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said Tuesday, tho...
Freeland condemns police brutality after altercation betw...
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland is condemning police brutality in the wake of an allegedly violent altercation between Gatineau police officers and a...
Delivering new services 'complicated,' Freeland says of p...
The government is working hard to meet its end-of-year deadline to deliver dental-care coverage to kids, the deputy prime minister said Tuesday, but added pr...
Canadian frigates absent from NATO naval forces for first...
For the first time in eight years, Canadian warships are not involved in either of two NATO naval task forces charged with patrolling European waters and def...
Hockey Canada appoints lawyer as new chair of board of di...
Hockey Canada appointed Toronto-based lawyer Andrea Skinner to serve as interim chair of its board of directors while facing intense public pressure for a ma...
House ethics committee begins second day of hearings into...
Ron Diebert, director of the University of Toronto's Citizen Lab, will speak to the House of Commons ethics committee as part of its probe into the RCMP's us...
Experts voice privacy concerns over RCMP's use of 'intrus...
Expressing concerns over the RCMP's yearslong use of spyware in major investigations, privacy and civil liberties experts say the previously undisclosed tool...
RCMP's spyware tools are 'extremely intrusive,' privacy e...
Expressing concerns over the RCMP's yearslong use of spyware in major investigations, privacy and civil liberties experts say the previously undisclosed tool...
Diplomat involved in Gatineau police altercation was in l...
The Senegalese diplomat involved in an allegedly violent Gatineau Police Service intervention later deemed "totally unacceptable" by Global Affairs Canada wa...
Top soldier says he won't confirm or deny that Canadians ...
Canada's top soldier is declining to confirm media reports that Canadian military members are on the ground in Ukraine to train locals in fighting invading R...
Hockey Canada dropped non-disclosure agreement with sexua...
Hockey Canada has dropped a non-disclosure agreement with the complainant of a high-profile alleged group sexual assault in 2018 involving eight hockey playe...
Bill Graham, ex-interim Liberal leader and post-9/11 fore...
Condolences from Canadian politicians past and present poured out Monday as they learned about the death of Bill Graham, who served as foreign affairs minist...
Bill Graham, a former defence and foreign affairs ministe...
Former cabinet minister Bill Graham, who served as minister of foreign affairs under prime minister Jean Chrétien and was later appointed minister of nationa...
Nearly 9 million Canadians have uncashed cheques from the...
Canada's tax agency says nearly 9 million Canadians are owed some sort of government cash, and it's going to send out reminders starting this month to tens o...
Liberals planning temporary solution to dental care promi...
Sources close to the government's proposed $5.3 billion dental care program say the Liberals are planning a temporary solution that involves giving money dir...
House of Commons transport committee will investigate air...
The House of Commons transport committee is launching an investigation into airport delays and flight cancellations. The committee met virtually on Monday an...
Privacy commissioner calls for stronger laws to regulate ...
Canada's privacy commissioner says his office learned about the RCMP's use of spyware through the media, and he wants Parliament to strengthen and modernize ...
RCMP says it's not using controversial Pegasus spyware to...
The RCMP says it is not using the controversial Pegasus spyware to circumvent encryption and monitor cellphone activity, but it has been using similar survei...
Quebec police watchdog begins probe into alleged beating ...
Quebec's independent police watchdog is investigating allegations that a Senegalese diplomat was detained and beaten by police last week in Gatineau, Que., a...
RCMP's use of spyware tools prompts privacy commissioner ...
Canada's privacy commissioner says the belated disclosure that RCMP has for years been using spyware capable of accessing cell phone and computer microphones...
RCMP has been using spyware tools for years and in more c...
Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino and senior RCMP officers are defending the national police force's years-long and previously undisclosed use of spywar...
Hockey Canada clarifies incidents reported to Sport Canad...
Hockey Canada has clarified the number of incidents of alleged abuse, harassment or discrimination it has reported to Sport Canada since 2018, after the test...
Bill with incentives for 'North American' electric vehicl...
A bill that includes a key change to incentives around electric vehicles built in North America, rather than just the United States, has passed in the U.S. S...
Democrats push Biden climate, health priorities for U.S. ...
Democrats drove their election-year economic package toward Senate approval early Sunday, debating a measure with less ambition than U.S. President Joe Biden...
Ottawa on track to spend $200M per year on cannabis for v...
The federal government is reimbursing a record number of veterans for their medical marijuana.
Tory leadership hopefuls say it's time for unity, here's ...
In a contest largely seen as a battle for the Conservative Party of Canada's soul, which has put decades-old fissures on display between groups that make up ...
Many federal government employees balking at returning to...
The federal government is facing pushback from employees reluctant to return to government offices after more than two years working from home.
A secret no more: Canada's 1st codebreaking unit comes ou...
Parks Canada has unveiled a plaque marking the site of Canada’s first cryptographic bureau, the Examination Unit, in Ottawa's Sandy Hill neighbourhood. For d...
Chair of Hockey Canada's board of directors resigns
The latest development in the Hockey Canada controversy over its handling of allegations of sexual assault saw Michael Brind'Amour step down Friday night as ...
China's live-fire exercises off Taiwan an 'unnecessary es...
Canada's defence minister says there's no justification for the Chinese military's live-fire exercises off Taiwan. Anita Anand says it's an "unnecessary esca...
After UN chief calls out 'scandalous' profits, Ottawa off...
Canada's Ministry of Finance says it's aiming to make everyone pay "their fair share of tax" but is not committing to an elevated tax on energy companies who...
CBC Radio's The House: Can Ukraine hold on?
On this week’s show: Ukrainian journalist Serhii Prokopenko tells guest host Murray Brewster about covering the war in his homeland. Defence expert Phillip K...
Senegal's government accuses Canadian police of 'savagely...
The Republic of Senegal says one of its on-duty diplomats in Ottawa was beaten at their home by police earlier this week, while Quebec's Gatineau Police Serv...
Quebec police watchdog asked to investigate alleged beati...
The Republic of Senegal says one of its on-duty diplomats in Ottawa was beaten at their home by police earlier this week, while Quebec's Gatineau Police Serv...
MPs on House transport committee call for study into airp...
Members of the House of Commons Transport, Infrastructure and Communities Committee are scheduled to meet Monday to discuss a request from four members of th...
Call for study into airport delays and flight cancellatio...
Members of the House of Commons Transport, Infrastructure and Communities Committee are scheduled to meet Monday to discuss a request from four members of th...
Old age security increase leaves out many seniors, non-pr...
The Canadian Association for Retired Persons is raising alarms about the increase in old age security only being made eligible for those 75 and above.
Ottawa to temporarily ban handgun imports until permanent...
Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino says Canada plans to temporarily ban the import of handguns into the country without the approval of Parliament, using...
Canada banning importation of handguns through regulations
Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino says Canada plans to temporarily ban the import of handguns into the country without the approval of Parliament, using...
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