Former Atomic Energy of Canada workers worry project is being rushed and doesn’t meet regulatory requirements with respect to human safety, environmental protections
Federal government’s omnibus bill forces reluctant Parliamentary Budget Officer to put price tags on parties’ campaign proposals, starting with the 2019 election
Communist Party newspaper calls Scheer ‘arrogant and biased’ after he pledged to fight against preferential-access deal
Lawrence Cannon was appointed by Stephen Harper in May, 2012
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rejected the idea that Canada is involved in a combat mission in Iraq, even as he praised a Canadian sniper team for ...
Canada’s sole female leader calls the U.S. President a ‘fat shamer,’ ‘not competent’ and questions his ties to Putin
Spokesman for Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen said dual nationals from the affected countries travelling on their Canadian passports would not be subject to the restrictions
The former senator’s lawyer argues it was unfair to pick up the investigation
The centre’s community resilience fund will put money toward intervention programming and research
Also: China to stop conducting state-sponsored cyberattacks targeting Canadian private sector
By continuing the discussion beyond Justin Trudeau’s gender-balanced cabinet, the Liberals are raising demand and expectations
The Conservative Leader is in favour of deepening relations with Beijing, but says Canada stands to lose if it enters into a trade agreement that gives preferential access
The government’s rules for the military training mission in Iraq does not authorize Canadian special-forces soldiers to engage in direct combat
Ministers Carolyn Bennett and Jane Philpott says the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal’s ruling could mean children do not get the best care
Also: Concerns of Russian interference in Canada's election being taken seriously; B.C. Throne Speech redesigns Liberal platform
Decision demonstrates willingness of increasingly independent Senate to chart different path from Trudeau and his cabinet
This week saw the government’s own representatives in the Commons and Senate sending formal messages contradicting each other on how Parliament works
The shot has been independently confirmed as the new world military record at 3,540 metres
Speaking at a session with The New York Times in Toronto, the Prime Minister says he waits for his staff to inform him about Trump’s late-night ...
‘This is one of Putin’s highest priority projects – to stop Magnitsky Acts from happening around the world,’ campaigner says
New fundraising pitch refers to the Conservative Leader as ‘Hon.’, even though he is not listed as such on either his parliamentary website or as a ...
A year and a half into government, Trudeau's Liberals don't have as many new bills on the books as Harper's Conservatives did in the same period – but as John Ibbitson explains, quality often matters more than quality
Senators agree not to insist on changes to budget, but send message to House of Commons about right to amend legislation