Canada's reckoning with the horrors of residential schools continues.
Green party executive launches membership review of its own leader, Annamie Paul
The turmoil in The Green Party continues.
Canadians likely to be targeted by foreign actors in next election, cyber agency says
Canada is not safe from international meddling in our democracy.
Jagmeet Singh says NDP would tackle Canada's deficit through taxing the 'ultra rich'
Singh says it's time for the ultra-rich to pay their due.
Nunavut shuts seven health centres temporarily because of nursing shortage
The staff shortages during COVID-19 have been exacerbated in Nunavut.
Canada to have new refugee stream for journalists, others who defend human rights
Canada is partnering with other parts of the world.
Wilson-Raybould not seeking re-election, blasts 'toxic and ineffective' Parliament
After here experience, Wilson-Raybould no longer has faith in Parliament as a place to create meaningful change.
Climate change made B.C., Alberta heat wave 150 times more likely, study concludes
The link between climate change and the increase in extreme weather is undeniable.
Conservatives fall to historical lows as Liberals and NDP rise, says trio of polls
A trio of new polls show the Liberal at 37 or 38 per cent, while Conservative support crumbles to 24 or 25 per cent and NDP support rises to 20 per cent. Conservative losses are particularly steep in Western Canada.
First Nations leader pledges action after rail service resumes by Lytton, B.C., area
First Nations leader near Lytton, B.C. says he will do "what's necessary" to stop trains running through the area during hot and tinder-dry conditions.
$1.7B for well clean up paid what companies were planning to pay, study suggests
Much of the $1.7B paid by the Trudeau government to oil companies to clean-up abandoned well just paid them to do what they were planning to pay to do anyway, says a Parkland Institute report.
Head of MADD Canada calls on Nova Scotia premier to take action against drunk driving
A Mothers Against Drunk Driving leader in Nova Scotia says Premier Iain Rankin needs to toughen penalties for drunk driving after he admitted to being twice charged with drunk driving.