OTTAWA—Spiritual leaders yesterday reflected on the horrors of the First World War while calling for a world of tolerance and peace as thousands of Canadians braved the biting cold to remember and honour those who fought to defend such ideals.
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OTTAWA—Repaying hundreds of thousands of disabled veterans and their survivors for a calculating error that deprived them of some of their pensions for seven years will cost $165 million, the federal government says.
OTTAWA—Canada's top general is overhauling military morale-boosting tours after an internal investigation uncovered the extent of the problems with a 2017 trip to Latvia that resulted in a sexual-assault charge against a former NHL player.
GATINEAU, Que.—Residents from across Canada's national capital region who were hit by Friday's devastating tornadoes have started rebuilding their homes—and their lives.
Festus John worried about his future yesterday in a Gatineau, Que. community centre that had been transformed into an emergency shelter for hundreds of people unable to return home.
OTTAWA—Canada has offered to accept dozens of “White Helmets” and their families from Syria following a dramatic rescue over the weekend that was orchestrated by the Israeli military and personally encouraged by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
OTTAWA—Some of Canada's most prominent human rights and arms-control groups are demanding the Trudeau government launch an independent investigation into reports Saudi Arabian forces used Canadian-made armoured vehicles against civilians last year.
OTTAWA—Leaders from across Canada's political spectrum yesterday voiced their support for free trade and opposition to U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum while denouncing the Trump administration's unprecedented attacks on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
OTTAWA—Canada quietly has paid another $54 million toward development of the F-35 stealth fighter, bringing its total investment in the controversial project to roughly a half-a-billion dollars over the last 20 years.
OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called a byelection for the Quebec riding of Chicoutimi-Le Fjord, only days after pledging $60 million in federal funding for an aluminum-smelting project in the area.
OTTAWA—If money equals momentum, the federal Conservatives appear to be chugging along with a strong head of steam heading into next year's federal election.
New fundraising numbers show the Tories raked in nearly twice as much cash as the Liberals during the first three months of 2018 en route to one of the best first quarters by a federal party in a non-election year.