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'The insult': Ottawa's move to honour Métis war vets comes after years of stonewalling
Nearly 20 years ago, when Veterans Affairs Canada documented the "discrimination and outright fraud" perpetrated against the country's aboriginal war veterans, it deliberately excluded former Métis soldiers. Now it's moving to reverse that injustice - too late for most of the veterans affected by it.
Quebec government uses big surplus to deliver electoral promises more costly than advertised
Sitting on a $2.5 billion surplus, the Coalition Avenir Québec government used its first budget to strike a delicate balance between expensive tax cuts and new money for the province’s health and education systems.
Power & Politics March 21: Philpott says 'More to the story' on SNC-Lavalin
MPs take a break from a marathon voting session to debate parliamentary privilege after Jane Philpott, and a former House of Commons law clerk weighs in. Plus: Doug Ford's government tweaks its controversial autism program changes.
Rachel Notley's NDP starts Alberta campaign with big hill to climb
Rachel Notley and the NDP have plenty of ground to make up in the next several weeks if they're going to make the Alberta election race competitive with Jason Kenney's United Conservatives.
RCMP receives tongue-lashing from committee for posting misleading firearms advice
Philpott faced 'tough' questions from Liberal MPs in Wednesday's regional caucus meeting
Alberta Votes Poll Tracker: UCP starts campaign with big lead
SNC-Lavalin boss says company could lose 9,000 jobs overseas, despite evidence to contrary
MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes quits Liberal caucus
Liberal budget draws battle line for fall election campaign
An unusually eventful budget day sets the stage for the coming election
Poll Tracker: Conservatives increase lead over Liberals