Canada providing another $12.1 million to help ease human...
The federal government will provide another $12.1 million to help the people of Yemen survive what the United Nations has called the world's worst humanitari...
Canada providing another $12.1M to help ease humanitarian...
The federal government will provide another $12.1 million to help the people of Yemen survive what the United Nations has called the world's worst humanitari...
Morning Brief: Town halls and ice breakers in La Vieille ...
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Trudeau promises icebreaker contracts for Davie
QUEBEC – Justin Trudeau’s handlers hate the anything-goes format of his townhall meetings, leaving them little control over his message. But, confides a top ...
U.S. online-shopping pitch would cut 300,000 Canadian job...
Federal government, provinces would lose more than $10.8-billion in annual revenue if taxes and duties were waived for all cross-border shipments worth $800 ...
Gas plants verdict coming down today; ex premier’s top ai...
TORONTO — A judge is set to deliver his verdict today related to Ontario’s gas-plants scandal. Former top political aides David Livingston and Laura Mi...
Alberta’s Notley offers pointed advice to next Saskatchew...
CALGARY — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has some advice for the next leader of Saskatchewan: handle the economy differently than the government has under cur...
Ont. gas plant verdict coming down today with ex-premier'...
A judge is set to deliver his verdict today related to Ontario's gas-plants scandal. Former top political aides David Livingston and Laura Miller are charged...
Federal government looks to lease icebreakers from Quebec...
OTTAWA — The federal government will launch negotiations Friday for the lease of four icebreakers from Davie, the Quebec shipyard at the centre of the RCMP&#...
Health minister's Twitter account highlights cost of gove...
Canada's health minister launched her official Twitter account last summer, and after five months posted about 250 tweets. CBC News has learned that the acco...
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Canada to provide $12-million to humanitarian groups in Y...
Canada faces accusations it’s playing both sides of the conflict after approving arms exports to the Saudis to use in ‘countering instability in Yemen’
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PM faces questions on immigration and another heckler at ...
QUEBEC — Justin Trudeau fielded a number of questions on immigration and the need to fight intolerance during a town hall meeting in Quebec City on Thursday ...
Reevely: In Nepean, Kathleen Wynne does what she's good at
Premier Kathleen Wynne came to Ottawa on Thursday and ran straight into “Bayshore Shirley” Mosley at Ben Franklin Place. Wynne is a personally un...
Alberta's Notley offers pointed advice to next Saskatchew...
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has some advice for the next leader of Saskatchewan: handle the economy differently than the government has under current premi...
MPs decry school boards’ decisions to yank funding from m...
A decision by two London, Ont. school boards to withdraw $30,000 in funding from an annual high school theatre production because they objected to its conten...
Former commanders urging authorities to charge or exonera...
Gary Garnett and Ronald Buck say Vice-Adm. Norman has been subjected to a ‘travesty of justice’ and they are calling on the RCMP and Public Prosecution Servi...
Liberals must remember their values aren't the only ...
The Liberals' values oath is not only offensive; on its face, it’s a clear violation of the very Charter rights that it claims to defend
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Trudeau fields questions in Quebec City as town hall tour...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is fielding questions from the public as he holds a town hall in Quebec City.
NAFTA uncertainty could be pausing business investment in...
Bill Morneau says he understands the uncertainty surrounding NAFTA might be causing some companies to hesitate in making investment decisions.
Pat Sorbara dumped from Wynne’s election team
TORONTO — Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says Pat Sorbara will not be the managing co-chair of the Ontario Liberals’ 2018 election campaign. “Pat...
NAFTA talks in Montreal extended
WASHINGTON — The ministers leading the effort to forge a new North American Free Trade Agreement will gather for a longer-than-expected round of talks next w...
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Evening Brief: The show must always go on
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Trudeau continues cross-country town hall tour with stop ...
After a swing through Nova Scotia and southwestern Ontario, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau heads to Quebec City tonight for the second leg of his cross-countr...
Members of far-right Storm Alliance attend Trudeau's town...
After a swing through Nova Scotia and southwestern Ontario, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau heads to Quebec City tonight for the second leg of his cross-countr...
Canada to reconsider Extradition Act in wake of Diab case
The Department of Justice says it will look at Canada's extradition laws in light of the injustice suffered by Canadian professor Hassan Diab, who spent more...
Better start looking over your shoulder, Mr. Trudeau
In those heady days after he vanquished Steve the Embalmer in the 2015 election, Justin Trudeau had poll numbers higher than the world’s newest prime number....
Feds to remove oil from leaking shipwreck on NFLD coast t...
The federal government says it is finally going to move ahead with the removal of bulk oil from the wreck of the Manolis L. The freighter sank in January 198...
The Drilldown: Permit problems delay Trans Mountain anoth...
The Lead: Kinder Morgan’s controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will see further delays over permitting issues, the Financial Post reports. The $7....
NAFTA: Ministers set to attend longer-than-expected round...
The ministers leading the negotiations for a new NAFTA will be in Montreal for a longer-than-expected round of upcoming talks.
Notley slams Opposition tax plan, says Kenney thinks Robi...
Premier Rachel Notley says the Opposition's proposal to return Alberta to a flat tax on income would deliver hundreds of millions of dollars to higher-income...
MPs weigh in on school boards’ decisions to yank funding ...
Some members of Parliament are decrying a decision by two London, Ont. school boards to retract their funding from a local high school production based on a ...
The Pollcast: Are millennials now Canada's most important...
Pollcast host Éric Grenier is joined by David Coletto, CEO of Abacus Data, to discuss the politics of what will be the biggest cohort of voters in 2019.
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Whales, dolphins will no longer be displayed at Vancouver...
The Vancouver Aquarium has decided to end its practice of housing whales and dolphins in its Stanley Park site. “Having significantly contributed to tens of ...
'Insanity' to allow nuclear waste storage near Ottawa Riv...
Indigenous groups say a plan to store nuclear waste near the Ottawa River in eastern Ontario is "insanity" and want the federal government to intervene.
'Insanity' to allow nuclear waste disposal near Ottawa Ri...
Indigenous groups say a plan to dispose of nuclear waste near the Ottawa River in eastern Ontario is "insanity" and want the federal government to intervene.
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Donna Ferrato: ‘What is wrong with white women?’
Donna Ferrato, the renowned photographer known for her work on domestic violence, looks back on the Women’s March as ‘the end’ The post Donna Ferrato: ‘...
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Arts agencies without 'best practices' to address harassm...
Arts organizations that don’t have “best practices” in place to deal with harassment and bullying may be blocked from federal funding, the heritage minister ...
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