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Here are five things to watch for in the Canadian business world this week. The Canadian Real Estate Association is expected to release its monthly home sales figures for November on Monday. The reading comes after home sales fell for a second mon...
The Speaker’s office and apartment on Parliament Hill are not only for Speaker Geoff Regan. Malala Yousafzai’s family and Barack Obama’s secret service team used the little known rooms when they spoke at the House of Commons.
The prime minister criticized the Conservatives for “fearmongering” by spreading what he said are false claims about immigration. In a Friday interview, Justin Trudeau said immigration has benefited Canada for generations.
The Ontario NDP says it still has concerns about the hiring of a friend of Premier Doug Ford as OPP commissioner after the government said Saturday it will delay Ron Taverner’s appointment until a review of his selection is completed.
Justin Trudeau says Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer needs to explain why he wants to reverse Liberal reforms that have made the Senate less partisan. The prime minister sat down for an interview with the Canadian Press on Friday.
Justin Trudeau says he will take up the issue of two Canadians detained in China with that country’s leadership “when the time is right.” The prime minister sat down for an interview with The Canadian Press in Ottawa on Friday.
Ralph Goodale was asked on Friday about reports that Canada will ban Chinese company Huawei from its 5G network. The public safety minister says the government will “spare no effort” to ensure the network is secure.
The verdict for a former high-ranking gymnastics coach, who has pleaded not guilty to sexual assault and sexual exploitation, is expected in February. Dave Brubaker’s lawyer says his client is “anxious” for a decision.
Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr called his situation “an injustice,” after applying for loosened bail conditions in an Edmonton court on Thursday. Khadr is seeking a Canadian passport and permission to speak with his sister.
After the detention of two Canadian men in China over national security allegations, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is criticizing what he calls Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “naive approach” to the country.
The Senate is moving into a temporary home for the next decade because of Centre Block renovations. But sittings in the chamber are being delayed until February – and newly planned video broadcasts until March – due to noise problems.
Kotex is recalling some tampons in Canada and the U.S.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other MPs said their goodbyes on Wednesday to Parliament Hill’s Centre Block, before it closes for 10 years of renovations. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer called it “more than just a building.”
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says a second Canadian is missing in China after questioning by local authorities. China already detained former diplomat Michael Kovrig after the Vancouver arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou.
Aiden Anderson says tasting some “amazing” cookies from Rideau Hall’s kitchen was one highlight of his visit to Ottawa. The teen, who was born with a rare heart defect, had his wish to be prime minister for a day granted by Make-A-Wish Canada.
Removing a landowner's trees at the site of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash is one of 13 safety recommendations included in a report on the intersection. The Saskatchewan government says all the recommendations will be implemented.
Canadians are heading into the first holiday season post-legalization of marijuana
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says there is a troubling “global dynamic” emerging after a Canadian’s detention in China in the wake of the Vancouver arrest of a Chinese executive in response to a U.S. extradition request.
Andrea Horwath is supporting the acting OPP commissioner’s call for an investigation into the hiring of Ron Taverner to the force's top job. The Ontario NDP leader is also calling for a review of Premier Doug Ford’s personalized vehicle request.
Canada’s world junior hockey squad had its first skate Tuesday at the short selection camp. Coach Tim Hunter says he’s aiming for speed in every aspect of the game.
Looking for a unique gift for the cannabis lover on your holiday list? Robin Ellins from Toronto’s Friendly Stranger Cannabis Culture Shop highlights the latest trends in pot accessories.
The Crown and defence have finished presenting evidence at the trial of Nelson Lugela, charged in the shooting death of Calgary Stampeder Mylan Hicks. The Detroit native's mother says it is “mind-boggling” her son was killed in Canada.
A Choir! Choir! Choir! participant says there is just as much laughing as singing at the pop collective sessions. Amateur singers are taught how to perform choral versions of pop songs at the events.
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the government is “deeply concerned” about the arrest of a former Canadian diplomat in China. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also weighed in Tuesday on Michael Kovrig’s detention.
The federal equalization program is under fire after Alberta did not qualify for payments from Ottawa amid an oil price crisis. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there’s a discussion on what can be done to help the province.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the equalization formula will not be re-opened until its renewal in four years. The funding program came under fire when Morneau announced which provinces qualified to receive payments from Ottawa.
NDP MP Charlie Angus is calling on the Liberal government to create a task force to investigate the deaths of Indigenous teens in Thunder Bay, Ont. The body of a missing 17-year-old boy was found on Sunday.
Speaking at a Women of Influence luncheon on Monday, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland revealed how she managed stress throughout the NAFTA renegotiations.
People lined up outside a Vancouver courthouse prior to the bail hearing for Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou on Monday. Wanzhou was detained at the request of the U.S. during a layover on Dec. 1.
Infrastructure Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says before ruling on whether the Chinese firm Huawei Technologies should be involved in the next-generation mobile network, Canada needs advice from its intelligence services.
Here are five things to watch for in the Canadian business world this week. The International Economic Forum of the Americas’ Toronto Global Forum kicks off Monday. The forum will feature business leaders and government representatives including ...
Featherweight champion Max Holloway retained his title against challenger Brian Ortega at UFC 231, Saturday. UFC president Dana White says it was “one of the sickest fights" he has ever seen.
James Gallagher and Yan Boissonneault say they want to bring their expertise running small legal medical grow-ops to the recreational market. Gallagher says “craft” producers have a lot of knowledge to add to the growing industry.
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma gave a free performance in Montreal’s subway system Saturday. Ma ended the 20-minute show by inviting the crowd to sing along with his interpretation of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah."
The most decorated luger in Canadian history and first to win an Olympic medal Alex Gough retired from the sport Saturday. Gough says she’s proud of the fact young Canadian girls have taken up luge because of her.
After Doug Ford claimed the prime minister shifted the goalposts on Canada’s climate-change plans, Justin Trudeau responded by suggesting it is the Ontario premier who is “moving the goalposts.”
The federal government is agreeing with the UN’s statement that the coerced sterilization of Indigenous women and girls in Canada is a violation of human rights. The Liberals say the criminal code already covers this practice.
The UN Committee Against Torture says Canada must investigate the forced sterilization of Indigenous women and girls. Jackie Hansen of Amnesty International says the practice violates a “long list of human rights.”
Chart-toppers Drake and Shawn Mendes led the Canadians picking up Grammy Award nominations. The Toronto rapper pulled in seven nominations. Drake is up for album, record and song of the year for work from his 2018 double-album "Scorpion." Mendes s...
Adrian Pearce left a gift from his high school girlfriend Vicki Allen unopened for 47 years after she broke up with him. Allen says she didn’t realize Pearce’s feelings were so intense.
Just two days after being named host of the Academy Awards, Kevin Hart stepped down following an outcry over past homophobic tweets by the comedian. Hart wrote on Twitter that he was withdrawing as Oscars host because he didn't want to be a distr...
Attending a vigil to honour the victims of the Ecole Polytechnique shooting in Montreal 29 years ago, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau says more can be done to fight gender-based violence.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with Ontario Premier Doug Ford in Montreal on Thursday ahead of the first ministers conference. Ford said he is eager to discuss the federal carbon tax and irregular border crossers with Trudeau.
UFC President Dana White says he’s looking forward to the featherweight title bout at UFC 231 in Toronto. Featherweight champion Max (Blessed) Holloway takes on Brian (T-City) Ortega on Saturday.
Justin Trudeau says his office got “a few days’ notice” before the arrest of the chief financial officer of Chinese company Huawei Technologies. The prime minister says there was no political involvement in Meng Wanzhou's arrest.
Ottawa’s Sandra Oh and Toronto's Jim Carrey are up for Golden Globes.
Video of a Saint John police interview with Dennis Oland conducted in 2011 has been shown to his murder trial. Oland, who has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder, denies killing his father in an excerpt from the interview.
Conservative MP Candice Bergen says recent comments the prime minister made at a panel in Argentina are an “insult” to Canada’s construction workers. Justin Trudeau says he will continue to help ensure safe workplaces for all Canadians.