China’s ambassador to Canada has been summoned multiple times to appear before the minister and answer allegations that his country is operating “so-called police stations” in Canada tasked with cracking down on Chinese dissidents.
The national organization representing Inuit is pulling its support for a federal government bill that would create a national reconciliation oversight body.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith’s Alberta Sovereignty within a United Canada Act immediately prompted accusations that it was undemocratic and constitutionally unsound. CBC News contacted experts in constitutional law to get their take on Smith’s proposed legislation:
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he’s “not looking for a fight” after the Alberta government tabled controversial legislation Premier Danielle Smith said would tell Ottawa to “butt out” of the province’s jurisdiction.
Canada has more working-age college or university graduates than any other country in the G7 thanks to more adults studying for a degree and the steady influx of highly educated immigrants, according to newly released census data.
And aging population and the strees of managing the pandemic saw the ranks of Canada’s health care workers swell by 204,000 between 2016 and 2021 according to newly released census numbers.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will remain focused on jobs and the cost of living for Albertans as the province prepares to table controversial legislation one federal minister called a threat to national unity.
A newly released report on the status of wild species in Canada has cataloged more species than any previous report — roughly 50,000 — and warns more than 2,000 of them face a high risk of being wiped out in the wild.
RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki says the Mounties did not have any evidence of foreign interference during the 2019 federal election, and were not investigating any criminal activities with regard to that election.
The backlog of complaints to the Canadian Transportation Agency related to delayed or cancelled flights or lost luggage has ballooned to more than 30,000 — up from 18,000 this summer — but the number may have peaked.
Canada’s foreign affairs minister is summoning Russia’s ambassador after the embassy in Ottawa published a number of anti-LGBTQ social media posts.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit a First Nation in Saskatchewan that was rocked by a deadly stabbing rampage nearly three months ago.
Canada’s long-awaited Indo-Pacific Strategy describes China as “an increasingly disruptive global power” on the world stage — a social and economic force that’s too big to ignore but is also increasingly focused on bending international rules to suit its own interests.
Whenever and however the Twitter era comes to an end, its impact on Canadians politics will have been great — if not entirely good.
The price tag for the inquiry probing the government’s use of the Emergencies Act hasn’t been finalized yet — but it could roughly $18.8 million, according to the Privy Council Office (PCO).
With the live testimony portion of the Public Order Emergency Commission coming to a close on Friday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s much anticipated appearance was full of telling moments and pointed criticisms. Here are five takeaways.
That somebody needed to do something about the convoy protests seems blindingly obvious. But whether Trudeau was fully justified — in a legal sense — in doing what he did is one of the ultimate questions before the Public Order Emergency Commission.
The federal government is extending employment insurance sickness benefits to 26 weeks, up from 15 weeks, Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough announced on Friday.
Six weeks of dramatic witness testimony come to a close today when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appears before the Emergencies Act inquiry to defend his government’s decision to invoke the law for the first time in its 34-year history.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada’s intelligence agency didn’t have the right tools or mindset to properly respond to threats facing the country last winter — comments that come as his government faces questions about the legal reasoning upon which it invoked the Emergencies Act to clear anti-pandemic restriction protests in Ottawa and to deter border blockades.
The public inquiry investigating the federal government’s unprecedented use of the Emergencies Act in February has seen a huge number of documents that otherwise would never see the light of day — including politicians’ private texts exposing some embarrassing, and enlightening, conversations.