As Ford and G.M. move to embrace electric vehicles, Canadian industry sees opportunity.
Calls for help to Canada's Assaulted Women's Helpline more than doubled in the first seven months of COVID-19 pandemic from the same time a year before.
Unelected senators' changes to medical assistance in dying legislation are about to land in the minority Commons, requiring MPs to review the long-delayed bill a second time.
As Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor reach 800 days in prison, Canada reveals 57 countries have signed a new international declaration against state-sponsored arbitrary arrest.
Despite claims reconciliation is a top Liberal priority, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 2015 call for simple changes the citizen oath and exam guide still remains undone.
As the pandemic killed precarious jobs in tourism, accommodations and food, CERB support focused on Canadians in poor and working class neighbourhoods, data shows.
A clear majority of Canadians believe former governor general Julie Payette should receive neither a pension nor an expense account given her unprecedented early resignation from the post amid workplace bullying allegations, a new poll suggests.
Almost five years after the overdose crisis was declared a public health emergency, at least 1,716 British Columbians lost their lives in 2020 without access to a regulated, safe alternative to poisoned illicit drugs.
Despite warnings from public health officials in Ottawa and Ontario about more virulent strains creating a third wave by next month, Doug Ford continues with steps to reduce public health measures.
Justice Minister Lametti tells First Nations chiefs meeting Ottawa intends to define the UNDRIP's requirements for "prior consent."