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As the third round of NAFTA talks wraps up in Ottawa, CBC News has learned the prime minister will be visiting Mexico and the U.S. next month. But a government source says Justin Trudeau will be discussing more than just the trilateral trade agreement during the trip.
Liberal MPs walked out on a status of women committee meeting Tuesday morning in opposition to the Conservatives pick for chair, Rachael Harder, a parliamentarian with a known anti-abortion record.
Canada's residential schools are places that must be marked and acknowledged, even if they represent a dark and difficult chapter of this country's history, says the University of Manitoba's Ry Moran, who calls them sites of conscience.
Canada is pushing for the inclusion of enforceable, progressive labour standards in a rewritten North American Free Trade Agreement, aimed at compelling Mexico to pay workers higher wages and do away with so-called "yellow" unions that represent employers rather than employees.
The huge forest fire in Fort McMurray last year caused air pollution levels to spike as far away as the New England states more than four thousand kilometres on the other side of the continent.
The families of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in B.C. are approaching this week's national inquiry hearings with a mixture of hope for change and skepticism informed by past failures of government.
Nova Scotia reluctantly paid $53.4 million to cover an HST bill the Canada Revenue Agency says is owed on revenue generated from video lottery terminals on First Nations in the province. The province is now appealing that assessment in the Tax Court of Canada.
A UN peacekeeping force populated with Canadians may, in the estimation of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, be the “shortest way” to end fighting in his troubled land, but his determination to exclude Russia could make for a long, uncertain road.
Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister plans to stress the importance of Canadian cultural protections when she sits down to dinner with her U.S. and Mexican counterparts at the newly renovated National Arts Centre in Ottawa on Tuesday.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says judicial reform aimed at rooting out corruption in his country will be introduced in two weeks, but the leader rejects calls for the creation of an independent anti-corruption court in his country.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has pressed the Trudeau government to restart a program to supply the Ukrainian military with satellite images to monitor Russian and separatist rebel troop movements.
While their achievements in uniform can be found on their service records, the military medals that mark the deeds of Canada's men and women sometimes get lost as the decades roll one over the other. One Canadian, however, has dedicated himself to finding what was absent and returning it home.
The federal government is strengthening safeguards around the use of information derived through torture, but will not issue a blanket ban on receiving information obtained from abuse or mistreatment.
One of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's first picks for the Senate has been named leader of the growing bloc of Independent senators.
An executive at Canada's food inspection agency mistreated and harassed staff, abused her authority and made inappropriate comments to employees on an ongoing basis, an investigation by the public sector integrity watchdog has concluded.
Chelsea Manning, the former U.S. intelligence analyst who was convicted in the largest breach of classified information in U.S. history, says she has been denied entry into Canada.
New filings with Elections Canada show Jagmeet Singh continues to be the fundraising leader in the NDP leadership race, but after raising more than all his rivals combined in his first six weeks in the campaign, his advantage has decreased.
U.S. trade negotiators will only partially unveil new text on modifying a key chapter on investment under NAFTA, two well-placed sources said on Sunday, underlying the cautious pace of talks that are supposed to wrap up by the end of the year.
In the kerfuffle surrounding the Liberal government’s deeply contested proposals to reform the tax system, possibly no number has loomed larger than 73 per cent.