OTTAWA—The federal Conservatives returned to the House of Commons today after a tumultuous two weeks that included losing one of their best-known MPs to a sexual-misconduct scandal.
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OTTAWA—If you make it free, they will come.
Parks Canada's free entry program for the country's 150th birthday saw Canadians and other visitors flock to national parks and historic sites in record numbers.
An extra 2.5 million visitors poured through the gates in 2017.
OTTAWA—Longtime Conservative MP Tony Clement was forced out of his party caucus yesterday, the day after he admitted to sending someone sexually-explicit images and a video.
OTTAWA—The federal government will return 90 percent of all the money it collects from a carbon price directly to the Canadians.
But it has pushed back the start date of its new carbon tax another four months to allow the affected provinces to prepare.
OTTAWA—Indigenous communities are open to a new consultation on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, but many are greeting its launch with some caution.
The Liberal government said yesterday it won't appeal the August decision from the Federal Court of Appeal that tore up cabinet approval for the pipeline's expansion.
OTTAWA—Canada's environmental watchdog says the federal government waited to take specific action to protect some of its most at-risk whales until the majestic creatures already were in great peril.
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.
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.