The Trudeau government is defying an order of the House of Commons to provide documents about the firing of two scientists from Canada's highest security lab.
PM Justin Trudeau again dodged repeated questions about whether Canada supports waiving property rights on vaccines to make them more affordable for developing countries.
Green leader Annamie Paul is facing a non-confidence motion as chaos, division, defection and charges of racism wrack her Green Party.
Violent right-wing extremist groups are increasingly turning to crypo currencies to fund anti-government actions and internet platforms that perpetuate hate, says FinTRAC report.
Premiers of the four most western provinces and the three territories say at a Thursday meeting with the PM they will be seeking details and a timeline from the federal government for border reopening.
Giving billions in subsidies to businesses and setting business exemptions for health restrictions, the Trudeau government communicates with more lobbyists than any government before, says the federal lobbying commissioner.
Long-time Liberal MP Yasmin Ratansi violated the conflict of interest code by giving her sister a job in her office. Ratansi, who now sits as an independent, has been ordered to reimburse the wages paid to her sister.
Some public health experts say it's time to reduce restrictions for fully-vaccinated adults, but others warn against the U.S. guidelines, which have led people to abandon masking whether vaccinated or not.
Families of children buried at the Kamloops Indian Residential School hold "extraordinary" meeting, committing to pursing the truth about what led to the deaths of so many Indigenous kids taken to residential schools.
Lawyers for the Trudeau government were in court on Monday arguing the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal erred in awarding damages to all First Nations children removed from their parents by what they admit is a "broken" child welfare system
MP who says she left the Green Party over its "both sides" position on Israel-Palestine joins Liberal Party and quickly adopts its "both sides" position on Israel-Palestine.
CEOs in the airline and travel industry want the federal government to provide a complete timeline for opening international borders.