The great licence plate fight between Alberta and Saskatchewan may be escalating into a much larger conflict.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has unanimously voted that the American lumber industry has been harmed by Canadian softwood lumber imports.
A Calgary woman engaged in a class action lawsuit against the federal government is coming forward with new allegations about Disabilities Minister Kent Hehr, saying he was disrespectful and condescending when she raised her concerns directly with him.
U.S. Sen. Al Franken’s potential resignation is setting off a rush to find a possible replacement.
Earlier today the Canadian Coalition of Firearm Rights posted screenshots of a CTV poll which asked if Urban areas should have a total ban on guns.
Justin Trudeau's Liberals are not doing very well on the international trade file. Trudeau left a recent meeting aimed at resuscitating the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) without a deal in hand. NAFTA re-negotiations are purportedly not doing well.
North Korea says a nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula has become a matter of when, not if, as it continued to lash out at a massive joint military exercise between the United States and South Korean involving hundreds of advanced warplanes.
Ali Omar Ader has been found guilty in the kidnapping of Amanda Lindhout in Somalia.
No Alberta-plated vehicles allowed on new Saskatchewan highways projects
A startling report in the French language paper Journal de Montreal shows Liberal MP Sherry Romanado made extremely aggressive and disgusting comments on a Facebook post in regards to an obese individual.
The Bank of Canada is sticking with its trend−setting interest rate — but it’s sending out fresh, yet cautious, warnings that increases are likely on the way.
Cannabis shouldn’t be sold near schools or in underprivileged areas, the president of the organization that represents Quebec’s municipalities said Tuesday.
The Ontario Energy Board has found that a Brampton natural gas plant "gamed" the system out of nearly $100 million — costs borne by ratepayers.
A startling new report shows that Canada Revenue Agency has been lying to Canadians with diabetes on changes to how it assesses applications for the disability tax credit.
Alberta has introduced new rules to try to keep third parties from end−running or abusing political fundraising rules.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court is allowing the Trump administration to fully enforce a ban on travel to the United States by residents of six mostly Muslim countries. The justices say in an order Monday that the policy can take...
The B.C. Court of Appeal has dealt a devastating blow to a group of injured veterans engaged in a landmark legal battle with the federal government.
The consortium building a new Montreal bridge is playing down concerns about 2,000 defects that reportedly have been found in parts manufactured by a Spanish company.
Ontario is envisioning a future in which millions of electric vehicles are on the roads, but analysts predict consumer uptake will remain far off the government target for 2020, despite tens of millions of dollars in subsidies.
The House of Commons conflict-of-interest and ethics watchdog is now interested in Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s 2015 $10-million stock sale. That sale was made days before the Trudeau government had tabled a bill and mimics the bizarre sales pattern we have seen by Morneau and his father recently.