Liberals' long-time sole MP from Saskatchewan and minister who helped clean up through the Sponsorship Scandal, Ralph Goodale appointed High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.
Liberals switch tact, say they will allow former PMO staff Eldon Marques to testify to the Commons committee probing the government's handling of allegations of sexual misconduct by the former Chief of Defence Staff.
As Canadian emissions continue to rise despite dropping in the U.S., Prime Minister Trudeau will today announce new 2030 targets. But NDP leader Jagmeet Singh is concerned the target is too far away, too low and, like others, won't be met.
A Quebec court has upheld most of the province's contentious Bill 21, which bans many workers from wearing religious symbols on the job.
A federal government report says former prison inmates are likely to unemployed or low income, recommend review of barriers faced in seeking economic participation.
Federal childcare plan receives negative response from some Conservative Premiers, say the proposal doesn't meet needs of parents in their provinces.
The Bank of Canada will today release its picture of the Canadian economy. Governor Tiff Macklem has said interest rates, currently set at 0.25 per cent, will not rise until inflation hits two per cent.
Military police are failing at investigating sexual assault and harassment, a group of Armed Forces service women and vets have told a Commons committee.
Ontario Premier Ford, who has made no public appearances since the angry public backlash to his recently announced -- then rescinded -- ban on playgrounds and random police stops, has tested negative for COVID-19 and is now isolating.
In a radio interview, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has denied his Monday budget was an attempt for electoral gain.