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Federal government blocks sale of construction giant Aecon to Chinese interests
The federal government has blocked the sale of Canadian construction company Aecon Group Inc. to Chinese interests. The controversial deal between Aecon and CCCI would have been worth $1.5 billion.
Media can't be an arm of the police, Vice lawyer tells Supreme Court hearing
A lawyer for Vice Media is telling the Supreme Court of Canada that journalists must not be turned into an investigative arm of the police.
Ex-soldier says he watched barrels of Agent Orange being buried at Gagetown base
For decades, there were rumours that stocks of Agent Orange had been buried at CFB Gagetown. One former soldier tells CBC News he saw it happen.
Feds fall well short of Rae request with $300M pledge for Rohingya crisis
The Trudeau government is promising $300 million in foreign aid over the next three years to help the hundreds of thousands of ethnic Rohingya affected by a brutal campaign of violence by Myanmar's military.
Senators bow to will of elected government on transport modernization bill
Poll Tracker: Ontario PCs still in majority territory, but feeling heat from NDP
Controversial former judge Robin Camp can once again practise law in Alberta
No suitors step up for stake in pipeline as Kinder Morgan deadline looms
Parents, family lawyers cautiously optimistic about Divorce Act changes
NDP faces tougher scrutiny as Andrea Horwath rises in polls
Pilots push for shorter flight times as government finalizes new safety regulations
MPs recommend better pay, more mental health help for jurors
Morneau pressed to reveal true cost for families from federal carbon tax
Watch Power & Politics for May 22, 2018
Liberals' proposed overhaul of Divorce Act aimed at putting interests of children first
Canadian offshoot of U.S. libertarian campus group says it provides needed counterpoint to liberal bias
PM signals openness to election law reform amendments
Female politicians push to make Parliament more family-friendly
Police won't lay charges against Liberal MP Francis Drouin after groping allegation
As It Happens
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B.C. sues Alberta over turn-off-the-taps legislation
Brad Trost not backing down from legal battle with Conservative Party