OTTAWA—Former federal Treasury Board president Jane Philpott says there's “much more to the story” of the SNC-Lavalin affair that should be told.
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TORONTO—Strip searches of suspects have become commonplace and are all too often unnecessary—and even illegal—despite sharp criticism of the practice going back almost two decades, one of Ontario's police watchdogs reported today.
OTTAWA—A one-time $2.2-billion windfall in the federal budget to help Canadian cities improve roads, bridges, highways, and water systems won't become an annual tradition, Finance minister Bill Morneau warned yesterday, even in the face of problems getting the first projects off the ground.
OTTAWA—The Liberal-dominated justice committee has pulled the plug on its probe of the SNC-Lavalin affair, prompting renewed howls of outrage from opposition MPs.
Conservative and New Democrat MPs unsuccessfully pressed the House of Commons' committee today to recall former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould so she could shed more light on the simmering controversy.
OTTAWA—The Trudeau government will attempt to set the stage for this fall's election—and provide some distraction from the SNC-Lavalin affair—with today's end-of-mandate budget touting the Liberals' economic record.
OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered an emotional clarion call yesterday as he urged people of all political stripes to turn the page on hateful ideology and condemn the sort of intolerance that fuelled the brutal killing of 50 Muslims in New Zealand.
WINNIPEG—Heavy snowfall in the United States has raised the threat of flooding in Manitoba's Red River Valley this spring.
The Manitoba government says conditions have worsened since its first flood outlook last month.
OTTAWA—Canada has learned a lot about how to protect against foreign election meddling through its support of Ukraine in its ongoing battles with Russia, Foreign Affairs minister Chrystia Freeland says.
TORONTO—Ontario is increasing class sizes for Grades 4-12 in an effort to cut costs, a move critics say will hurt student learning and result in thousands of teaching jobs lost across the province.
OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's newest cabinet minister says she wants to move on from the controversy that has resulted in her appointment to president of the Treasury Board.