A federal court judge has dismissed a gun group's injunction application seeking to block assault weapon restrictions because they would end "gun culture" and cause irreparable harm to owners of the weapons.
Despite new pandemic strains, scandal over politician travel, and promises to act, new travel quarantine rules are still not in place.
A group of Baffin Island hunters who say their voices aren't being heard in the hearings on an open-pit iron ore mine expansion have blocked access to the mine.
Although medical assistance in dying legislation was passed by elected MPs last fall, unelected Senators plan to change the bill again, sending it back to the Commons, possibly triggering an endless ping-pong between the two chambers.
Ian Shugart, clerk of the Privy Council, the top position in the federal public service, received a cancer diagnoses wto weeks ago and will scale back his work when he starts treatment in about four weeks.
Hateful and violence on-line comments made after the killing of Colten Boushie near Biggar, Saskatchewan, were treated with leniency by prosecutors if there was remorse, says ministerial briefing note.
A House of Commons committee will review the handling of allegations that Gen. Vance maintained improper relationships while defence chief. Vance was appointed in 2015, when Jason Kenney was minister of defence.
Forty-nine per cent of Americans want Donald Trump impeached while 40 per cent oppose it. Eleven per cent unsure. Overwhelmingly, Canadians expect relations to improve under President Biden.
When rich countries like Canada take millions of vaccine doses from the COVAX Facility, they perpetuate the pandemic in poor countries, driving down the global economy, says OECD leader.
More than 33,000 votes have already been cast in the Newfoundland and Labrador election campaign that ends February 13, sharply up from the 21,000 advanced votes in the 2019 campaign.