Suspended Senator Mike Duffy's diary may show repeated conversations with Enbridge officials, but a spokesman for the energy firm says they were unsolicited, to the point Enbridge notified the Prime Minister's Office. More read comments
The high-tech armour on Canada's LAV III military vehicles has stalled a plan to create memorials to Canadian soldiers. The U.S. must first give permission for Canada to distribute up to 250 of the vehicles as monuments, because the armour is considered a "controlled technology" that must be specially safeguarded. More read comments
- 1 small step for federal legislation, 1 giant leap for Green Party
- Leo Housakos takes on Senate Speaker duties following Nolin's death video
- 'You're not an advocate': Duffy lawyer blasts witness for not meeting with him video
- U.S. to focus on climate change, oceans as new chair of Arctic Council read comments video
- Omar Khadr granted bail, but Conservative government plans appeal read comments video
- Supreme Court Justice Marshall Rothstein to retire at end of summer read comments
- Vancouver pot shops should be shut down, says Rona Ambrose read comments
- Senate Speaker Nolin dies after cancer fight read comments video
- Does Canada's tough talk on Russia set back Arctic Council talks? read comments video
- TFSA rule changes: Will more mean less? read comments video
Insight & Analysis
Provincial Elections 2015
- Rachel Notley says leaked email asks paramedics to pay for medical equipment
- The NDP says Calgary paramedics have been asked to give money to pay for ambulance equipment.
- Wildrose promises to scrap school fees
- The Wildrose will scrap mandatory school fees, said Leader Brian Jean.
- Alberta election: 6 ridings where the PCs are faltering in the polls video
- PC incumbents in six ridings across Alberta will have a tough battle on election day, according to polls from Abingdon Research.
- PCs forced to modify Star Wars spoof focusing on film industry
- A Star Wars spoof appearing on YouTube that highlights the P.E.I. Progressive Conservative Party's film and digital media tax credit proposal had to be modified to adhere to Elections PEI regulations.
- NDP would cut small business tax by 33% if elected
- The NDP would cut the small business tax rate on P.E.I, by 33 per cent, if elected May 4 in the provincial election, says Leader Mike Redmond.
- P.E.I. political parties tally campaign promise costs
- With just over a week to go in the provincial election campaign, CBC News asked the four political parties to tally up what it would cost to deliver their election promises.
- Mike Duffy's 'unsolicited contacts' drew Enbridge warning to PMO
- Elizabeth May amends government bill for 1st time
- Canadian military monument program needs U.S. approval: document
- Mike Duffy trial day 14: Duffy lawyer blasts witness for not meeting with him
- Federal budget 2015: Tom Mulcair, Scott Brison on what they'd do
- Pierre Claude Nolin, Speaker of the Senate, dead at 64
- Arctic Council tensions threaten environment as Canada exits chair
- Leo Housakos acting Senate Speaker after Pierre Claude Nolin's death
- Government won't buy new $2B armoured vehicles for army
Mike Duffy trial: The players so far
- Week One of the Mike Duffy trial Apr. 11, 2015 2:01 PM This week on The House, with week one of the Mike Duffy trial now in the books, we break down the first week of proceedings and the political implications of the case with the CBC's Terry Milewski, Radio-Canada's Emmanuelle Latraverse, the former law clerk of the House of commons Rob Walsh and the Senate's longest-serving member Anne Cools.