Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has hired six "military assistants" including one who was suspended from the Vancouver Police Department for an inappropriate relationship with a co-worker who killed herself.
Leaders of the Cowessess First Nation in southern Saskatchewan will today give details about findings of "hundreds" of grave findings at the site of the Marievel Indian Residential School.
While the prime minister fuels election speculation, Foreign Minister Marc Garneau plans trip to Israel and Palestine which the government says is aimed at promoting a peace deal.
On the last day of the Commons session, while complaining the opposition is blocking legislation, the Trudeau government spends time to introduce new legislation that wont become law if the PM calls an early election.
Sorry, W. Brett Wilson: People in California are still allowed to charge their electric cars
Senate patronage is back as Justin Trudeau appoints a labour leader who worked to pry unions away from the NDP, a failed Liberal candidate and a former federal bureaucrat who is a current CEO of a government-appointed port authority.
Quebec Premier Legault says Quebec workers already get enough holidays and he won't add another, no matter the reason.
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says the Trudeau government is "hypocritical" for celebrating Indigenous culture on National Indigenous Peoples Day while still fighting Indigenous kids in court and delaying action on the MMIWG and TRC reports.
The Commons speaker has reprimanded the president of the Public Health Agency of Canada for defying a Commons order to produce information about two high-security lab scientists fired without explanation.
A Liberal filibuster has stopped a Commons committee from releasing its report on sexual misconduct in the armed forces. After recently voting to end the probe, saying writing the report was urgent, Liberals MPs talked until the committee recessed for the summer.
Super-rich Canadians aren't cheating on their taxes, according to CRA data. Responding to NDP MP Matthew Green, the tax collection agency reported that since 2015 it has prosecuted zeros cases against anyone with over $50 million.
A national survey suggests 69 per cent of Canadians do not want all health restrictions lifted yet. Support for maintaining some restrictions for now is highest in Atlantic Canada and lowest in the Prairie provinces.