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By claiming Ontario's done its 'fair share,' Doug Ford pushes the climate burden west
Ontario Premier Doug Ford's latest line on carbon pricing is to claim that Ontarians have done their "fair share" already. He might want to run that strategy past his anti-carbon tax allies in the West.
As tensions rise in the Asia-Pacific, Japan's PM is calling on Canada for help
As geopolitical tensions rise on the high seas in the Asia-Pacific region, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is in Ottawa to ask Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for a deeper degree of engagement by Canada.
Ottawa has fallen back to 'managing the problem' with Indigenous Peoples, says Jody Wilson-Raybould
Former Liberal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould told a First Nations justice conference Wednesday she is concerned the federal government is falling back into old patterns in its dealings with Indigenous Peoples.
Power & Politics April 24: P.E.I. votes for minority government
The PCs fell two seats short of enough seats to form a majority in P.E.I. and the Greens will form the official opposition. Both party's leaders discuss how they plan to move forward. Plus: Former diplomat Colin Robertson weighs in on the canola dispute with China.
Bias at the border? CBSA study finds travellers from some countries face more delays
The federal budget bill can't actually 'free the beer'
Bank of Canada holds interest rate steady, hints low rates could stick around
Former hostage Joshua Boyle's trial likely suspended — potentially for years
PC minority, Green Opposition will be 'a new era in Island politics'
'Eat it if you want to': Filipino President Duterte lashes out over Canadian cargo of trash
Alcohol and cannabis companies form pot-beverage group to push changes
'I tried to bury it down': NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says he was sexually abused as a child
Inquiry to begin into shooting death of Edmonton-area RCMP officer
B.C. men challenge constitutionality of Canada's secret no-fly list
Joshua Boyle trial faces delay of months over rape shield law appeal
Teen terror accused back in jail after alleged bail breach
Premier Scott Moe tells Trudeau Sask. farmers 'need an answer' on cash advances for canola
'Colonial model of policing' fails many Indigenous communities, study finds
New gay rights coin divides LGBT community — and outrages social conservatives
Canada Revenue Agency writes off $133M owed by one taxpayer
Imagining what it would take for Poloz to raise your mortgage rate: Don Pittis
Oilsands CO2 emissions may be far higher than companies report, scientists say
Our new Politics newsletter: Prepare for a 'nasty' election campaign
Elizabeth May's wedding dress was a 'walk through a garden' on Earth Day