OTTAWA—A military law expert says fallout from the lurid spectacle of the Jian Ghomeshi trial could make the Canadian military’s effort to stamp out sexual misconduct much harder.
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OTTAWA—An $18-million project to make it easier to sort through reams of data from the coming census has been beset by delays and uncertainty that the three-year project will be done on time.
SEOUL—The U.N. Security Council yesterday strongly condemned North Korea’s launch of a long-range rocket that world leaders denounced as a banned test of dangerous ballistic missile technology and another “intolerable provocation.”
The U.N.’s most powerful body pledged to quickly adopt a new resolution with “significant” new sanctions.
OTTAWA—Canada’s fighter jets will end their fight in Iraq and Syria within two weeks, and be replaced by what the Liberal government is calling an expanded mission focused on training local security forces and helping to rebuild the shattered region.
OTTAWA—The federal infrastructure minister says his government is willing to cut the strings on new infrastructure cash to help cities repair and build roads, bridges, sewers, and public transit facilities.
MONTREAL—Resolute Forest Products is facing the threat of expulsion from the group that manages a widely-used international forest certification system.
OTTAWA—Canada must find a new way of doing business with Canada’s aboriginal peoples if it wants to save money in the long-term, according to Truth and Reconciliation Commission chairman Murray Sinclair.
OTTAWA—The federal Liberal government was warned yesterday that its plans to overhaul Canada’s electoral system could wind up plunging the country into constitutional wrangling—a spectre Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has vowed to avoid.
OTTAWA—The Trudeau government has promised to get Canada back into the peacekeeping business, but a new report from two independent think-tanks says the military is ill-prepared for the task.
OTTAWA—A United Nations’ human rights expert says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s talk of a “pervasive culture” of discrimination against Canada’s aboriginal peoples lends legitimacy to the issues and those tackling them.