The RCMP's security branch spied on leaders of the 1970s' Committee for an Independent Canada for promoting what some in the police force viewed as communist ideas. Thought the spying sent on for many years, no communist link was found.
Nova Scotia New Democrats promise to ban street checks if elected next month
Though the governing Liberals pledged to ban 'street checks' in 2019 after a damning province's human rights commission report, Nova Scotia NDP leader Gary Burrill says they are still happening and pledged a total ban.
Quebecers vaccinated against COVID-19 can register in Loto-Québec draws
To boost vaccination rates, the Quebec government is a letting every resident who has received at least one dose register for Loto-Quebec draw without payment.
Canadians want big changes to long-term care, survey suggests
After the deaths of thousands of residents in long-term care facilities, an Angus Reid poll says Canadians fear living in such facilities and want big changes. Three-quarters support integrating long-term care into public health systems.
More evacuations ordered in B.C. as wildfires flare, fanned by strong winds
Climate change is aggravating another wildfire season into catastrophe for British Columbia.
Canadians see NDP's Singh as a better PM than Tories' O'Toole, survey suggests
Singh is gaining in popularity ahead of a potential fall election.
Canada spends another US$71M on F-35 amid calls to cancel fighter jet purchase
CSIS warns of increasingly sophisticated state-sponsored activity targeting elections
Our national spy agency says they are already seeing election interference in Canada.
Canada, U.S. working together is no guarantee of border symmetry, ambassador says
Unilateral decisions from each country are still on the table.
Dany Fortin says 'career appears to be over' after leak of misconduct investigation
Fortin has a decades-old allegation of sexual misconduct.
Manitoba PCs Delete Tweet Attacking Wab Kinew For Correcting Their Minister’s False Statements About Residential Schools
Tweet accused Kinew of doing ‘nothing to advance reconciliation’ after minister claimed residential schools were designed with good intentions
New Manitoba Indigenous minister says residential school system believed 'they were doing the right thing'
Manitoba NDP leader confronts minister about comments during news conference