The governments of Ontario and Quebec are calling on the federal government to increase its share of infrastructure funding, ahead of next week's meeting of the premiers and territorial leaders in Charlottetown. More
Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a new research program that will develop and commercialize cold-climate technology during the kick-off of his ninth annual northern tour in Whitehorse, Yukon. More
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New Brunswick Votes 2014
- New Brunswick election: Voters challenged to choose on resources, jobs
- Four years after sending the Liberal government to defeat after one term in office, David Alward's Progressive Conservatives want to ensure history doesn't repeat itself when New Brunswick goes to the polls on Sept. 22.
- Analysis Smaller parties seek breakthrough in New Brunswick election
- The NDP, Green Party and People’s Alliance will all be contesting ridings around New Brunswick in search of seat inside the Legislative Assembly, a feat that has proved extremely difficult in the province’s political history.
- Progressive Conservatives pull out of CBC election debate
- The Progressive Conservatives won't take part in the CBC televised leaders' debate during the provicial election campaign because they don't agree with the Green Party and People's Alliance being included.
- Liberals edge back from the brink under Justin Trudeau
- Lucien Bouchard says 'wounds' remain with Brian Mulroney
- John Baird's Twitter account prompts scrutiny of language commissioner
- Justin Trudeau says he wants 170 Liberal MPs in the House
- George W. Bush takes ice bucket challenge, nominates Bill Clinton
- Quebec NDP MP Sana Hassainia defects over Mideast position
- Canadian ambassador Andrew Bennett says religious freedom 'violated' in China
- Ontario, Quebec premiers call on Ottawa to boost infrastructure funding
- Stephen Harper announces northern research program
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- Aid on its way to Ukraine and Iraq Aug. 15, 2014 2:01 PM This week on The House, guest-host Chris Hall talks to Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird about the latest humanitarian aid on its way to Ukraine and what assistance Canada will send to Iraq. Then, retiring TSB Chair Wendy Tadros joins us to talk about the agency's final report on the Lac-Mégantic derailment and what further changes she would like to see in rail safety.