Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller said that continuing to withhold the documents is a breach of Ottawa’s ‘moral duty’ to survivors of the schools
Statistics Canada says the jobless rate fell to 6 per cent; November marked the sixth consecutive month of job growth since the summer reopening
A group of about 250 refugees who arrived in Toronto Wednesday is part of Canada’s promise to welcome vulnerable Afghan refugees, including female leaders, human rights activists, persecuted minori...
Government House Leader Mark Holland says cabinet is prepared to release all documents to a special parliamentary committee
The first formal revision of the federal government’s economic forecast since the April budget will come just days before the current sitting is set to end on Dec. 17 and the House of Commons shuts...
Canadian and Mexican governments are concerned that a proposed U.S. tax credit could disrupt the future of EV production in their countries. Another worrying American measure is a hike in financial...
The unexpected move heads off the prospect of a divisive debate on Bill C-4 among Conservatives about how to deal with the legislation around the widely discredited therapy
In a letter to Immigration Minister Sean Fraser, a cohort of academics says a discriminatory English proficiency test and racism are affecting study permit approvals from applicants in Nigeria
More than eight months after the end of the 2020-21 fiscal year, the Liberal government has yet to table the ‘public accounts’ and related documents
Canadians should give credit where credit is due, to members of Parliament who came together to make the world just a little bit safer for sexual and gender minorities
Public Safety Minister Marco Mendocino says arrivals testing will begin in the ‘very short term’
While Bay Street rakes in hefty profits, ordinary consumers are finding their paycheques do not go as far as they used to at the grocery store or gas pump