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The tone of debate in the House of Commons was lowered for the second time in two weeks Tuesday when an NDP MP from Quebec used the f-word during question period.
Canada is not making concessions needed to reach a deal with the United States for a trilateral NAFTA pact and is running out of time before Washington proceeds with a Mexico-only agreement, a top U.S. official said on Tuesday.
Ottawa will no longer pay for benefits for incarcerated relatives of veterans in the wake of the controversy over treatment for Christopher Garnier, a convicted killer who never served in military and got PTSD from murdering an off-duty police officer.
Premier Brian Gallant says he's going to carry on governing the province, but PC Leader Blaine Higgs insists he's the premier-elect and the Liberal leader is just "prolonging the inevitable."
Washington's Department of Ecology says that the Canadian government, as the owner of the 100-kilometre pipeline, is required by law to have an approved spill response plan. It's now given the operator 60 days to add more details in several areas.
A former U.S. ambassador to Canada is encouraging the more than 600,000 Americans who live in this country to ensure they can vote in this fall's midterm election.
If you didn't get an emergency alert on your phone Friday, it could be because you have an older phone.
The New Brunswick Liberals were punished for having an inefficient vote. They won the most votes in Monday's election, but they fell short in terms of seats compared to the Progressive Conservatives.
A Rohingya refugee living in an overcrowded camp in Bangladesh is heaping "heartfelt thanks" on Canada for declaring the Myanmar military's crackdown against his people a genocide.
The federal minster of innovation, science, and economic development is looking into revelations from a joint CBC News/Toronto Star investigation that Ticketmaster — and its parent company, Live Nation — are working with large-scale scalpers to resell millions of dollars worth of tickets.
Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says she'll meet with her counterpart from Saudi Arabia on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has outlined a plan to jump-start Trans Mountain construction, a month after the Federal Court of Appeal quashed cabinet approval to build the multi-billion dollar expansion project.
Bill Casey recalls the chaotic 2007 budget vote that got him booted from the Conservatives and the intriguing email from Justin Trudeau that lured him back to Ottawa.
Calgary-based TransCanada says it plans to start construction next year on the Keystone XL oil pipeline, after a U.S. State Department review ordered by a federal judge concluded that major environmental damage from a leak is unlikely.
Newly released figures show Canadian officials have removed only a handful of the hundreds of irregular migrants who arrived in Canada while they were already facing deportation orders from the United States.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicked off his visit to the UN today by telling delegates at the Mandela Peace Summit that Canada will continue to stand up for the rule of law, democracy and human rights at home and abroad.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau named two new senators to the Red Chamber Monday - one a former top Mountie, the other a prominent Saskatchewan businessman.
Organized crime is moving online and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is struggling to keep up, according to a briefing note prepared for RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki when she took over the top job earlier this year.
Canada is in the running for a seat on the United Nations Security Council, but is in tough against Ireland and Norway.