Former BC Liberal Gaming Minister Kash Heed disputes testimony of former gaming investigator Fred Pinnock, denies he ever said the BC Liberal government knew about massive money laundering through casinos they regulated.
In four days, the Commons and Senate passed a new law to outlaw a strike at the Port of Montreal. A CUPE representative is calling it an attack on workers' freedoms.
Responding to a planned five year study of Black underrepresentation in the federal public service, Black public service workers say the pace must be quickened because Black workers are losing ground and being hurt everyday.
Premier Kenney shuts down the Alberta legislature, saying it's a necessary safety precaution as cases surge. But opposition NDP leader Rachel Notley says the legislature has important work to do, like pass paid sick leave legislation.
The PM's top aide Katie Telford may be call to testify after the prime minister last week said no one in his office was aware concerns about Gen. Vance were a "Me Too complaint," a claim contradicted by testimony and memos.
The Atlantic provinces controlled their borders, test widely and responded to outbreaks with "circuit breaker" restrictions. Politicians took the back seat. And their success has drawn praise from around the world.
Thomas Berger, former BC NDP leader, BC Supreme Court Justice and commissioner of the 1970s inquiry into a proposed Mackenzie River pipeline, has died at age 88. Berger's legal work with the Nisga's nation first established aboriginal land title.
In response to resident's complaints of being unable to find a picnic table in local parks, Montreal's Dorval city council is proposing a $10 charge to reserve a picnic table for four hours.
BC Housing Minister David Eby says his government has found housing for 200 people who have been living in a tent city in Vancouver's Strathcona Park.
Hosting a party resulting in a COVID-19 death could lead to manslaughter charge, says law professor in response to a B.C. judge's comment in sentencing a man who she said "hosted a crime, not a party."