OTTAWA—A Parks Canada archaeology team is boating towards the graves of the Franklin expedition ships, more than 200 km north of the Arctic Circle, hoping to uncover more secrets from the ill-fated mission.
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OTTAWA—Federal MPs on the natural resources committee were to meet this afternoon for an emergency session to discuss last week's game-changing court decision to tear up federal approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
The meeting comes at the request of the three Conservatives and one New Democrat MP who sit on the committee.
OTTAWA—The minister responsible for Parks Canada says tearing down statues is not the solution when it comes to addressing the darker side of Canadian history.
OTTAWA—The federal government is scaling back its carbon pricing plan for heavy industrial emitters in a bid to cut greenhouse gas production without creating an incentive for companies to simply up and leave Canada altogether.
OTTAWA—The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police says it is unlikely to reach its goal of having 2,000 officers trained to spot drug-impaired drivers when marijuana becomes legal later this year.
OTTAWA—U.S. President Donald Trump's envoy to Canada told guests at her cosier-than-usual Fourth of July party in Ottawa last night that the countries' strained relationship will overcome the tough times.
Ambassador Kelly Craft delivered the message with the U.S. and Canada locked in an unprecedented trade dispute.
OTTAWA—Liberal Environment minister Catherine McKenna says parody social media accounts that deliberately try to mislead readers are a form of identity theft that needs to be addressed.
McKenna herself was targeted by a parody account that was shut down Tuesday by Twitter after McKenna complained—only to spring up again just hours later with a slightly different name and handle.
OTTAWA—New documents suggest the bills for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's troubled trip to India in February exceed $1.5 million.
OTTAWA—Style experts who have been eager to pit the fashion selections of Sophie Gregoire Trudeau against those of Melania Trump at this week's G7 summit are going to be sorely disappointed.
The American first lady is sending her regrets.
OTTAWA—Dozens of environmental groups say if Canada wants to be a leader in getting the rest of the world to kick its plastics habit, it has to start by setting the bar for recycling plastics far higher at home.