OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dropped his insistence that his government has done nothing wrong in the SNC-Lavalin affair after a second cabinet minister in less than a month resigned yesterday.
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OTTAWA—The federal government's plan to ease the carbon-price burden on small businesses will include rebate payments to cover some of the cost of making energy-efficiency upgrades.
OTTAWA—Jagmeet Singh tightened his shaky grip on the reins of the NDP yesterday by winning a do-or-die federal byelection in British Columbia.
OTTAWA—Liberals faced accusations of a coverup yesterday after they agreed to hold limited committee hearings into an allegation that former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould was pressured improperly to help SNC-Lavalin avoid criminal prosecution.
Their short list of three proposed witnesses does not include Wilson-Raybould, who resigned from cabinet Tuesday.
OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau yesterday welcomed an investigation by the federal ethics commissioner into an allegation that his office pressured former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould to help SNC-Lavalin avoid criminal prosecution.
OTTAWA—Canada's chief electoral officer is “pretty confident” that Elections Canada has good safeguards to prevent cyberattacks from robbing Canadians of their right to vote in this year's federal election.
But Stephane Perrault is worried political parties aren't so well-equipped.
OTTAWA—Scott Brison is quitting a political career he loves to spend more time with a cherished family that politics made possible.
After 22 years representing the Nova Scotia riding of Kings-Hants, initially as a Progressive Conservative MP before jumping to the Liberals in 2003, Brison told The Canadian Press it's time for a change.
OTTAWA—Experts the federal government charged with looking at whether people suffering only from mental disorders should be eligible for medically-assisted death couldn't even agree on what evidence is relevant to the question, according to reports tabled in Parliament yesterday.
MONTREAL—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau managed to keep the peace at what began as a tension-filled first ministers' meeting Friday but had few concrete achievements to show for the day-long gathering.
OTTAWA—The Conservatives easily hung onto a long-time Tory fiefdom yesterday, scoring a convincing victory in a federal byelection held in eastern Ontario.
With all polls reporting in Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes, Conservative candidate Michael Barrett, a municipal councillor, had racked up 57.8 percent of the vote.