Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government is being accused of caving to big business lobbying after it decided to indefinitely freeze application of part of Canada’s anti-spam law that would have allowed ordinary Canadians to sue for spam.
The federal government has launched a new centre tasked with preventing the radicalization of Canadian young people.
There’s only one way to completely avoid harm when using pot, according to Dr. Benedikt Fischer: Don’t use it at all.
Senators have agreed to pass the federal budget bill without amendments, ending the possibility of a standoff between Canada’s two chambers of Parliament and paving the way for the politicians’ summer break.
Police in Washington, D.C., have issued felony arrest warrants for two Canadian supporters of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in connection with a bloody assault outside the Turkish ambassador’s residence in Washington last month.
Senator Nicole Eaton’s heart is on the mend, but the sudden death of her husband seven weeks ago is still fresh.
Federal and provincial governments should abandon some long-standing environmental policies, such as rebates for electric cars, as carbon pricing is put in place across the country starting next year, argues a new report from the Ecofiscal Commission.
Justin Trudeau arrived first, a few minutes before question period, walking to his seat with binders in hand. A minute later, Andrew Scheer came into the House of Commons from the opposition lobby, carrying a few pages of notes.
Ottawa is in way over its head by attempting a massive transformation of its information-technology (IT) systems under Shared Services Canada, says a scathing indictment of the agency’s failings since 2011.
As Premier Philippe Couillard kicks off a renewed discussion about Quebec signing on to the 1982 Constitution, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wants no part of it.