OTTAWA—Wooing workers in Canada's union heartland was the focus for federal party leaders this Labour Day, with Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh all in Hamilton.
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OTTAWA—An international review of Canada's economic immigration system suggests the country is doing well when it comes to how it selects and welcomes foreign workers.
But the report from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development suggests that some tweaks would be helpful to ensure the needs of the economy are actually being met.
OTTAWA—True or false: “Canada is on track to meet its climate change commitments under the Paris Accord.”
Your answer might depend on how you're getting your news, a new research project suggests.
OTTAWA—Conservative leader Andrew Scheer says if his party forms government in 2019, it will follow Donald Trump's lead and recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Scheer's declaration comes in the form of a pledge posted to the Conservative party website designed to gather signatures from members of the public.
OTTAWA—Ontario Progressive Conservative party leadership candidate Christine Elliott says if her predecessor can clear his name, he should be able to run for the party in the next election.
Patrick Brown resigned as Ontario PC leader late last month after being accused of sexual misconduct in incidents dating back years.
OTTAWA—The Conservatives are proposing legislation aimed at ensuring disabled Canadians don't wind up losing their disability benefits when they get a job, earn a raise, or work longer hours.
OTTAWA—Conservative leader Andrew Scheer promised an independent, third-party investigation of the Rick Dykstra controversy yesterday as his own caucus members wondered aloud how the Ontario MP was allowed to run in 2015 despite facing serious allegations of sexual assault.
OTTAWA—Kent Hehr has resigned from the federal cabinet after the sport and disabilities minister was accused of making inappropriate sexual remarks while a provincial politician.
The allegation, which stems from his time as an Alberta MLA a decade ago, first was levelled against Hehr on social media late Wednesday.
OTTAWA—Canadians will send 100,000 elephants worth of wrapping paper to the dump this year and Christmas presents are a big culprit.
OTTAWA—Some families seeking foreign caregivers to look after their children or family members with a disability will be exempt from paying a $1,000 application fee.
The federal government published new regulations around hiring foreign caregivers yesterday, following through on a budget promise to change a system many felt placed an unfair burden on lower income families.