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

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

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

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

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

  • Manitoba centralizing health care services including ambulances, ERs

  • Feds fund mentorship network to support indigenous health researchers

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

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

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

  • 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

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

  • 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

  • Manitoba ombudsman calls for more government documents to be released

  • Delay rejected in lawsuit challenging solitary confinement on charter grounds

  • Feds accept new info on planned nuclear-waste bunker near Lake Huron

  • Fete nationale parade organizers apologize for float pushed by black teenagers

  • Concerns about buying access prompt cancellation of Calgary mayor's fundraiser

  • New Brunswick extends pay equity to three more government employee groups

  • Party chooses to operate without an interim leader until convention

  • Canadian lumber producers face average 27 per cent duties with second wave

  • Liberal government waiting for more details on Trump travel ban decision

  • Ontario to call public inquiry into Elizabeth Wettlaufer nursing home murders

  • Canada keeping mum as Iraqi Kurds prepare for independence referendum

  • NDP, Greens vote against their political goals in favour of defeating Liberals

  • Federal food subsidy extended to Churchill following rail line loss

  • Picking up the harassment probe into Don Meredith a mistake, says his lawyer

  • Some residents fume as Montreal's three supervised injection sites inaugurated

  • Crowd flows, camera coverage being studied to bolster Parliament Hill security

  • Deaths of six right whales in Gulf of St. Lawrence still a mystery: officials

  • Ontario to ban 'scalper bots' in proposed ticket sale reforms

  • For many, Canada 150 celebrations pale in comparison to nostalgia of Expo 67

  • Saskatoon council ties on panhandling rules, proposed changes defeated

  • Saskatchewan backtracks, says it will pay for some funeral services for poor

  • Ottawa and Quebec announce investments to protect St. Lawrence River

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

  • Vancouver's electric car owners to see fees for using city-owned charge stations

  • Manitoba government eases access to suboxone, alternative to methadone

  • Canada-China sign no-hacking agreement designed to protect trade secrets

  • Nunavut's suicide strategy includes Facebook, giving communities more control

  • Liberals launch counter-radicalization centre, adviser to be appointed later

  • Canada urged direct women's aid to small, grassroots groups

  • PM Trudeau to take part in Global Citizen festival ahead of G20 in Hamburg

  • The Populism Project: new poll suggests

  • Canadian lumber producers brace for second round of softwood lumber duties

  • Thank you note from Trump is 'memorabilia' for Newfoundland political watcher

  • With wider search for soldiers, Canada's military broadens horizons

  • From condoms to caskets: Merchandise marks Canada's 150th birthday

  • Trudeau celebrates St-Jean-Baptiste day in Montreal with his family

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