Former Governors-Generals have been given $30 million over the past 15 years to set up new charitable foundations, but Prime Minister Trudeau won't say if he will fund a foundation for Julie Payette, who resigned after three years.
The cost of settling legal claims for the abuse of children at the Mount Cashel orphanage will require "changes and sacrifices," parishioners in St. John's were told in church yesterday.
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association wants the Trudeau government to waive the the high cost of hotel quarantine costs for low-income Canadians who travel for essential reasons.
MPs from four parties join call to relocate 2022 Olympics. A parliamentary sub-committee has concluded the Chinese government's abuse of Uighurs and others amounts to genocide.
Canada's vaccine procurement stumbles again as Moderna cancels 250,000 doses scheduled for February. Pfizer has also cut its supply to Canada, dropping from 366,000 doses per week to just 70,200.
Premier Legault's response to COVID-19 has now left more than 10,000 Quebecers dead, almost half of all the Canadians deaths.
It will cost $131 million to equip all RCMP officers with body cameras, says the Parliamentary Budget Office. But many experts say there is no evidence the cameras improve policing.
Just one month after his replacement as chief of defence staff, military police launch investigation into Jonathan Vance over allegations of inappropriate conduct with two women in the Canadian Armed Forces.
Mom who's not working so she can care for children who aren't in school is spending her savings and getting the run-around from Service Canada while trying to get support from the Liberals' Canada Recovery Caregiving Benefit.
Prayers answered! Federal prison chaplains join United Steelworkers and bargain a first agreement. The contact increases pay and benefits, adds new protections from workplace harassment and discrimination, says USW national director Ken Neumann.