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Out of hundreds of complaints filed against Canada's airport security officers last year the most common irritants were against "power pushing” officers with a "bastardized approach to customer service."
The rookie leader of Ontario's poll-leading Progressive Conservatives came under concerted attack on Saturday over allegations his candidates for next month's election might have used stolen data to further their cause.
Five groups representing small pot growers and sellers delivered an open letter on Friday to federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould and her B.C. counterpart David Eby. The letter urges immediate action from both ministers ahead of legalization.
Duelling protests were held on Saturday at a major Quebec-New York border crossing near an unofficial port of entry where many asylum seekers make their way into Canada.
Contradictory stories from a Canadian man about his time with ISIS in Syria raise questions about whether what he’s told two major media organizations about his role in killings overseas is true, and what should be done about it?
The federal government confirmed Friday that B.C.'s use of the courts to fight the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion constitutes the kind of political delay that could trigger taxpayer-funded compensation for the builder.
This spring in Britain the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) revealed that Britain had launched its first-ever military-style cyber campaign against the Islamic State. But will Canada make similar announcements in the days to come?
There's a rich history of Canadian populists, and Doug Ford certainly falls into that category. The big question, however, is what kind of populist would he be in the premier's office?
A former Canadian ISIS fighter now living in Toronto has told CBC News that the RCMP questioned him and administered a lie detector test following the release of a New York Times podcast in which he confesses to carrying out two executions.
Ethics commissioner Mario Dion has launched an investigation of Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc's decision to award a lucrative licence for the Arctic surf clam fishery to a group that has both familial and federal Liberal ties, reversing a decision he made earlier this month to pass on such a probe, CBC News has learned.
Nigeria has given assurances it will help dispel myths that illegally crossing from the U.S. is a shortcut to Canada and will issue travel documents to facilitate the removal of unsuccessful asylum seekers. Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen recently met with senior officials in Nigeria.
The United States declared the NAFTA countries were nowhere close to a deal, in a statement Thursday designed to douse expectations that an agreement might be just a few minor adjustments away.
Ontario has a history of voting one way provincially and another way federally — but it isn't a two-way street.
Mining Watch Canada and a collection of Mexican groups and individuals, backed by two law schools, want a court to order Public Sector Integrity Commissioner Joe Friday to investigate of the actions of Canadian diplomats in Mexico around the murder of environmental activist Mariano Abarca in 2009.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carefully-planned agenda for next month’s G7 summit has taken one hit already from Donald Trump. It appears the U.S. president is about to deliver another.
Normand Morin, a former vice-president of SNC-Lavalin, has been charged with soliciting illegal campaign donations from the firm's employees and reimbursing them from company coffers.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the three countries party to the NAFTA trade pact haven't signed off on a new agreement because of one significant sticking point: the American side's demand for a sunset clause.
Patrick Brown says he sees himself as the victim of a wicked plot to end his political career — and he intends to shed light on the circumstances behind it in a new book.
The Liberal government offered this week to compensate Kinder Morgan for any losses related to political opposition to the Trans Mountain project — but Justin Trudeau effectively bought us a piece of the pipeline five years ago.