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The Trudeau government is seeking to give federally regulated workers more paid personal-leave days.
The federal government argues it has jurisdiction to impose a carbon tax as it’s a matter of national concern in a factum filed in Saskatchewan’s Court of Appeal
Statistics Canada can compel businesses to supply a wide range of data
CBSA has set a new target of 10,000 removals by March
The federal government says it will step in to support remote communities affected by the closure of Greyhound bus operations in western Canada and northern Ontario.
The 2016 riot involved 185 prisoners and left one inmate dead, eight prisoners injured and a large part of the institution uninhabitable
Audrey Parker of Halifax has approached it as a political act
Multiple fatalities have been reported in a vehicle rollover on Highway 407 in Vaughan, Ontario.
Referendum on the issue was schedule for Wednesday
Democratic Institutions Minister Karina Gould says the government is establishing an independent leaders’ debates commission to the tune of $5.5-million.
Justin Trudeau said Monday in the House of Commons that Canadians are “horrified” by the Pittsburgh attack
Jermaine Mann was allegedly abducted by his father when he was just 21 months old
Matthew Raymond is charged with four counts of first-degree murder
The 4.0 earthquake comes one week after multiple quakes shook the same region
60-year-old Vichai is known for arriving and leaving the stadium in central England in his helicopter
A gunman killed 11 during a rampage on Saturday
The discovery added fresh information to the quest for details on the ill-fated search for the Northwest Passage
11 people were shot during a Saturday service in Pittsburgh
The game in Vancouver on Saturday night began with a moment of silence for the victims of the attack
Robert Bowers walked inside the Pittsburgh synagogue during Saturday morning worship