Residential school survivor Clarence Wolfleg: "The most happiest moment I had was when I left there and ... I wasn't going back. I looked back and said, 'Well, you didn't get the best of me. I'm still alive. My spirit is still with me."'
Trudeau government to announce $740 million for capital improvements to airports over six years.
With Ontario COVID-19 patients in hospitals at record levels, and over 400 COVID-19 patients are on ventilators, field hospitals likely to start receiving patients this week. Twenty-eight patients died on Wednesday.
String of murders of women by their male partners draws massive protest in Montreal as shelters fill to over-capacity.
Despite waiting three years since the Liberals passed an equal pay law, Canada's pay equity commissioner now says underpaid women working at federally-regulated businesses must wait until 2024 for equal pay fix due of pandemic and recession.
Recent changes will add $2.9B to fiscal stabilization in 2021/22, pushing total costs to $4.5B. But the changes, made to assist Alberta's hard-hit oil patch, have been called a "slap in the face" by Alberta Premier Kenney.
Canada's five big banks have boosted oil and gas financing since the 2015 Paris Accord, making RBC, TD and Scotiabank among the world's top 10 fossil fuel financiers. Export Development Canada has become a world leader in expanding sales.
The Prime Minister and Premiers will meet Dec. 10 for discussions on the Canada Health Transfer from the federal government to provinces. While Ottawa currently pays 22 per cent of health care costs, Premiers want that hiked to 35 per cent.
An $11.8-million investment from the provincial government will help the University of Calgary support programs designed to foster new technology-related jobs in Alberta, the UCP announced Friday.