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- New poll suggests one-third don’t want politicians to wear religious symbols
The survey was done to gauge public sentiment in light of a proposed secularism law in Quebec that would ban public servants in positions of authority
- Prime Minister hears NS praise on environmental spending, as protesters arrested
Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil thanked Trudeau for providing "a good start" to the costs of cleaning up a lagoon near Pictou Landing First Nation
- Scheer says a Conservative government would balance the books in 5 years
Scheer also accused the Liberals of stacking a panel on a media bailout in their favour and celebrated a court ruling blocking British Columbia from r
- Jody Wilson-Raybould, Jane Philpott to reveal future political plans
Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott say they will make announcements on their political futures on Monday.
- Trudeau says family ‘extremely excited’ about Raptors historic playoff run
Justin Trudeau says his son is a massive Raptors fan who has been staying up later than usual to watch the team play in the NBA Eastern Conference fin
- Canada's Justin Trudeau, US Mike Pence congratulate PM Modi
New Delhi: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and US Vice President Mike Pence have extended their best wishes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi aft
- Court to rule Friday if B.C. can limit bitumen in key case for Trans Mountain pipeline
The B.C. Court of Appeal heard from both sides of the debate during a five-day hearing in March, and is set to issue its decision Friday.
- Chinese envoy says Canada-China relations have hit ‘rock bottom’
The remarks come at a time of heightened tensions following the December arrest of Chinese telecom executive Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver on an extraditi
- New Canadian Minister of Justice ‘loses sleep’ over data privacy, election interference and online hate
David Lametti says there is an ‘urgent need’ to find a balance between individual rights and regulating social media platforms in a borderless, di
- Justin Trudeau in Saskatchewan to exonerate Chief Poundmaker of treason
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is to vindicate Chief Poundmaker during a ceremony at the reserve in Saskatchewan that bears his name - Poundmaker Cree
- Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte wants to send 'garbage' back to Canada
Manila: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has moved to have truckloads of garbage that Filipino officials say were illegally shipped to the Philipp
- ‘No right to do that to us’: Indigenous protester interrupts Trudeau speech in Vancouver
"I heard you. I hear you today, I understand your concerns," Trudeau replied.
- Cree leader Poundmaker is getting an apology from Trudeau. But what really happened in 1885?
Poundmaker was convicted of treason-felony for his role in the Battle of Cut Knife Hill in the 1885 Rebellion, on what some historians say were trumpe
- Trudeau pledges billions for new coast guard fleet but mum on how he plans to circumvent delays
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pledging billions of dollars towards revamping the fleet of the Canadian Coast Guard.
- Top soldier acknowledges handling of Afghan memorial ‘hit a nerve,’ vows access
Decisions around the opening and severely restricted access to the site have come under attack from Afghan war veterans and families of those killed t
- Canada has hired a firm to ship garbage back from the Philippines, environment minister says
The announcement comes hours after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte ordered his government to find a company to take the waste and then leave it i
- Albertans will pay either provincial or federal carbon tax. Which will hurt less?
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has pledged to remove the province’s carbon tax by May 30. Once that happens, the federal backstop is expected to take
- Feds expected to announce plans to buy 2 more Arctic ships from Irving Shipbuilding: Source
According to the source, the move is intended to address the Canadian Coast Guard's desperate need for new ships as its current fleet is extremely old
- Retaliatory tariffs were key to getting U.S. to lift steel and aluminum levies: Trudeau
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada's retaliatory tariffs on American goods were key to restoring free access to the U.S. market for Canadian st
- Gen. Vance gets pay hike, but sources say timing not linked to Mark Norman case
Last week, Vance defended Trudeau from criticism there was political interference in the Norman case, saying the PM had nothing to do with Norman’s