COVID-19 infection in Canada on the rise again as downward trends in Ontario, Alberta and Quebec start to reverse.
Lack of federal support means Liberal plan to end unsafe drinking water in First Nations communities by April 2021 won't be met, says auditor general.
Auditor general's report says poor ship procurement threatens coast guard and navy, an outdated funding model is keeping unsafe drinking water in some First Nations, and rail safety enforcement only checks whether plans tick regulatory boxes.
A B.C. mayor says she is being bullied after trying to boost pipeline support by post degrading images targeting Indigenous people then telling town council Canada's gun control laws made her feel like a Jew being sent to Nazi gas chambers.
A company owned by a Chinese police force runs Canada's visa application centre in Beijing. The deal was struck in 2008 under the Conservative government, but Minister Blair says he agrees people's personal data is safe.
Quebec re-opens movie theatres, and with school break next week, the lobbyist for theater owners is hopeful families will once again head to the movies.
A federal government project to build 15 new frigates, which was budgeted $60 billion in 2017, will actually cost at least $77 billion, says a report from the Parliamentary Budget Officer.
Admiral Art McDonald has stepped down as chief of defence staff, a position he was appointed to only weeks ago. Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan confirmed the resignation but provided no specifics about a investigation into McDonald.
Though PM Trudeau promised to end oil and gas subsidies, taxpayer payouts to the industry more than tripled last year, rising from $600 million to $1.9 billion, says a report by the International Institute for Sustainable Development.
Compensation to First Nations children and families for federal government delay or denial of health care and other services routinely provided to Canadians could top $15 billion, says a new report from the Parliamentary Budget Officer.