Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister choked up Tuesday as he recounted a harrowing night in the New Mexico desert that left him lost, wandering and with a broken arm.
Thousands of men and women in uniform, led by a police motorcycle squad and a pipe band, are marching in an Abbotsford, B.C., procession leading to the celebration of life of Const. John Davidson.
A new poll by Forum Research has found that the narrow gap between Conservative and Liberal, first identified earlier in October has now become a long-term trend.
If a group of First Nations get their wish, Calgary will be renamed Wichispa Oyade — Stoney Nakoda terms that roughly translate to mean elbow town.
The city of Toronto has just introduced a new program that will hire only Muslims to work in the offices of City Councillors.
An agency that oversees Montreal’s Olympic Stadium says parts of the new roof planned for the cavernous facility could be removable.
It seems Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall agrees with the many Canadians who are annoyed with the Governor Generals newest statements in regards to faith and science.
Service Alberta Minister Stephanie McLean says the government is following the rules on how records are retained, but will work with the privacy commissioner on a probe into 800,000 deleted government emails.
The parliamentary budget overseer is predicting a budget deficit in the current fiscal year that’s almost $2 billion higher than was forecast in the government’s fall fiscal update last week.
Gutierrez is a fine example of what happens to academics who have been educated under the umbrella of cultural Marxism, and who cannot view any subject except through the lens of racism/misogyny/colonialism. Here we see the bottom of the slippery slope that begins with the premise that “equality” means equality of outcome rather than equality of opportunity.
China's legislature is considering a bill mandating prison sentences of up to three years for disrespecting the national anthem, amid rising nationalist appeals from the ruling Communist Party under the leadership of President Xi Jinping.
An Ontario provincial legislator says he will introduce a so-called "zombie bill" that would target distracted walking.
Teenagers who use electronic cigarettes are at risk of graduating to tobacco smoking, a large Canadian study suggests.
Cranes crowd the Montreal skyline these days as a strong economy and political stability are fuelling a construction frenzy throughout the downtown core and beyond.
TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Lutke takes on the troll Shareholders will be all ears on Tuesday when Shopify Inc.'s chief executive Tobias Lutke holds a conference call to discuss third-quarter...
Jason Kenney has now won the leadership of the UCP with over 60% the vote. The second place finisher was Brian Jean, and Doug Schweitzer finished third.
The United Conservative Party will crown its first leader, and potentially Alberta’s next premier, today.
Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. (TSX:KML) wants the National Energy Board to clear the way for work on the Burnaby, B.C., portion of its Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
Quebecers are increasingly asking about having the province's doctor-assisted suicide law expanded, the woman behind the legislation said Thursday.
Senior officials at the Defence Department admit that they will be challenged to make good on the Trudeau government’s promise to buy billions of dollars in new military equipment in the coming years.
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