Ceremony marks construction of new road to Shoal Lake 40 First Nation

  • Ceremony marks construction of new road to Shoal Lake 40 First Nation

  • Inquiry into murdered and missing indigenous women loses executive director

  • Trans-Canada blockade held to draw attention to suicides on First Nations

  • B.C.'s premier-designate talks with Trudeau, plans Ottawa summer visit

  • Former cabinet minister says 'little daylight' separates Liberals and NDP

  • Officials go through final preparations for Canada Day event in Ottawa

  • Hundreds line the streets in Ontario to meet Prince Charles, Camilla

  • The Friday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories

  • Trudeau visits with indigenous group at Parliament Hill protest teepee

  • Manitoba Tories dump Steven Fletcher from caucus saying he wasn't a team player

  • Mature, less mature and incremental: how federal politics touched us this week

  • A list of five B.C. New Democrats with cabinet potential

  • A by-the-numbers look at the main Canada Day celebration on Parliament Hill

  • Federal health care deal 'dangerous, reckless and risky:' Manitoba premier

  • Ottawa Canada 150 cevent has unprecendented security, performances, fireworks

  • Violence against LGBTQ Russians prompts change in policy around deportation

  • Transport ministers to talk distracted driving laws after road trip season

  • U2's Bono and The Edge, Dean Brody, Gordon Lightfoot, among Canada Day artists

  • More than four people a day on average die in B.C. from illicit drugs: coroner

  • Rosy economic data, central bank survey back expectations of interest-rate hike

  • Ontario's SIU says it needs more funding, warns of pitfalls of public reporting

  • Longhouse not a protest of Canada 150 but celebration of time immemorial: elder

  • Closure of Crown asset allows Saskatchewan courier to hop aboard expansion bus

  • NDP to form a government in British Columbia, Liberals out after 16 years

  • B.C.'s new NDP premier wasn't always on the path to becoming a political leader

  • Respect Indigenous Peoples who don't want to celebrate Canada 150, Trudeau urges

  • Another painful year in Alberta, but NDP government sees positive economic signs

  • Canada is not about 'bricks and mortar,' PM tells critics of Canada 150 choices

  • Order of Canada marks 50 years with quintessential Canadian additions

  • A quick glance at a few of the new recipients of the Order of Canada

  • The full list of additions to, and promotions in the Order of Canada

  • Prince of Wales, wife Camilla to honour soldiers who died in Afghanistan

  • Five things about B.C. premier-designate John Horgan

  • A look at what B.C.'s new NDP government is promising, with help from the Greens

  • Salary lists reveal Winnipeg emergency room physician is the top-paid in city

  • NewsAlert: Trump travel ban takes effect

  • Chief of FSIN says there's division among members over celebrating Canada 150

  • The Thursday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories

  • Experts look for clues in dead whale's body: 'The smell is unlike anything else'

  • Canada is not about 'bricks and mortar,' PM tells critics of Canada 150 choices

  • Manitoba seeking legal advice on federal government's carbon pricing plan

  • Alberta should require mandatory farm safety training, equipment checks: report

  • Liberals extend Canada's mission in Iraq to March 2019

  • Feds want segregation fight put on ice; say planned law will deal with issues

  • Toronto mayor: Hidden flooding damage will cost millions to repair

  • Softwood fight squeezes forestry firm with unique cross-border operations

  • Supreme Court dismisses two Site C lawsuits from B.C. First Nations

  • Indigenous demonstrators erect teepee on Parliament Hill to protest Canada Day

  • Feds fund mentorship network to support indigenous health researchers

  • PM Trudeau to meet with Queen Elizabeth and Irish Taoiseach ahead of G20 summit

  • 'Internet has no borders,' Supreme Court of Canada says in ruling against Google

  • Health Canada to allow importation of drugs needed to treat opioid addiction

  • Quebec in spat with group representing Canada's generic pharmaceutical industry

  • Microsoft president pushes Vancouver-Seattle tech corridor despite NAFTA doubt

  • Couillard defends remarks about Muslims and responsibility in wake of Flint attack

  • Ontario proposes banning real estate agents from representing seller and buyer

  • PM's claim Senate can't amend budget bills contains 'some baloney'

  • Clark says if her government toppled, it shows B.C. legislature can't function

  • Manitoba centralizing health care services including ambulances, ERs

  • NAFTA lawsuits target Canada the most, United States hasn't lost yet

  • Insights collected from sources invaluable to central bank decisions: official

  • Iqaluit prepares for Royal visit by Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall

  • Ontario pauses school closure reviews, but 124 schools still on chopping block

  • NAFTA legal challenges by the numbers

  • Lionel Desmond not turned away by hospital, family says after briefing on deaths

  • B.C. Liberals tout $2.8B surplus, reduced debt on eve of expected defeat

  • $1.185B flood protection project to lead to Toronto waterfront makeover: officials

  • Record-breaking sniper shot saved Iraqi lives, special forces general says

  • Head of NEB welcomes overhaul recommendations as way to keep up with times

  • Europe learning from Canada on dealing with Trump 'novelty': Italian president

  • Boeing wins delay in duty ruling on petition against Bombardier CSeries

  • N.S. premier encourages first Acadian lieutenant-governor to raise Acadian flag

  • Five Eyes stress sharing information to battle 'relentless' terrorist plots

  • Rate hike expectations, C$ rise as Poloz reiterates cuts have done their job

  • Massive U.S. aircraft carrier visits Halifax: 'This is a floating city'

  • Former cabinet minister Steve Ashton gets support for NDP leadership

  • Pilot schooled on proper chopper use after touching down next to Tim Hortons

  • Quebec invests $147 million in five-year plan to help First Nations and Inuit

  • Ontario civil service professionals ratify contract extension

  • Canada in the right on softwood dispute, will keep working with U.S.: Trudeau

  • Feds meeting fiscal goals, inherited $18B baseline deficit: Trudeau

  • Trudeau says no security risks in Chinese takeover of Canadian satellite firm

  • Use of force was appropriate: report into Newfoundland police shooting death

  • Ontario spending $85M to clean up mercury in two First Nation communities

  • Health Canada allows oral and nasal use of drugs at 2 B.C. consumption sites

  • Record-breaking sniper shot in Iraq should be 'celebrated,' Trudeau says

  • Tweet spurs conversation about farmer suicide, mental health supports

  • Canada 150: Chief Dan George's powerful indigenous-rights speech, 50 years later

  • Cannon stepping down as ambassador to France at the end of September

  • The text of the speech

  • Former cabinet minister Steve Ashton to run for leadership of Manitoba NDP

  • Funeral industry says Saskatchewan funding for poor people still confusing

  • Lightning sparks numerous fires across southeastern British Columbia

  • B.C. Liberals seek Speaker clarifications before Thursday's confidence vote

  • N.S. information czar wants law to put onus on province to comply with rulings

  • Maine governor to seek N.B. softwood exemption in White House talks:minister

  • The Tuesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories

  • Speeding No. 1 killer on Ontario roads as deaths rise from 2016 figures: OPP

  • Trudeau appoints his first climate change ambassador with revamped mandate

  • Delay rejected in lawsuit challenging solitary confinement on charter grounds