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Shipbuilding program hits snag as inspection finds defective welds in hull
The first civilian ship built under the federal government’s marquee shipbuilding program will have portions of its hull re-welded because an inspection has uncovered a series of defective joints, CBC News has learned.
Scheer says he won't discuss 'caucus dynamics' as calls grow for Bernier to be booted
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer refused to say Thursday whether there is any talk of removing his former leadership foe, Maxime Bernier, from the party's caucus after the Quebec MP sent out a series of controversial tweets, only saying Bernier does not speak for the party writ large.
Baloney Meter: Is flow of asylum seekers at Canada-U.S. border a 'crisis'?
For the better part of two years, federal Conservatives have been blasting Justin Trudeau's Liberal government for failing to stem the tide of asylum seekers flowing across unofficial border crossings from the United States. They call it a 'crisis.' Is it?
RCMP billing dispute roils Parliament's police service
Canada's Parliament Hill police service is barely three years old - and continues to be a troubled workplace. CBC News has obtained internal documents describing a $1.18 million billing dispute between the RCMP and the Parliamentary Protective Service that has lingered for more than a year.
Airbnb's federal budget proposal tells Liberals: 'We want to be regulated'
Greens won't run candidate in Burnaby South as 'leader's courtesy' to Singh: May
'I'm honoured and humbled': Natan Obed re-elected as president of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
Liberals promise to repeal restriction on charities' political activity
Andrew Scheer joins caucus members in condemning Bernier's 'identity politics'
Former Tory MLA Carl Benito target of immigration fraud investigation
Quebec Superior Court gives green light to class-action lawsuit against RCMP alleging workplace abuse
U.S. judge orders Keystone XL pipeline review in setback for Trump
Sask. and Ont. rail against Bill C-69 after energy and mines ministers conference
Watch Power & Politics for August 15, 2018
Trudeau government started pressing Saudis to release Badawi long before Twitter flap
Ottawa to declare federal holiday to mark legacy of residential school system
Trudeau says he's 'listening' as Montreal mulls push for national handgun ban
Canada's police chiefs to study recent spike in gun violence
Jagmeet Singh tours Quebec, where the NDP faces a fight to hang on
The Liberals want to 'refresh' the shipbuilding strategy. What does that mean?
Ottawa will look at police chiefs' call for pill press controls: minister
Winnipeg firm defends $1M deal to send sniper rifles to Ukraine
Asylum claims by irregular migrants increased in July after 2 months of decline
McKenna says you can't erase troubled history by removing statues