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A third of recent cannabis users say they have driven while high: government survey
Despite public awareness campaigns and law enforcement training to deter marijuana-impaired driving, a third of Canadians who've recently used cannabis say they've been behind the wheel after consuming, according to a new government survey.
Conservative leadership candidates spar over trucker convoy, bitcoin in fiery French debate
The six candidates vying for the Conservative Party's top job sparred in the last official debate of the leadership campaign on Wednesday — clashing over everything from the trucker convoy to bitcoin and tax cuts in a fiery matchup in a Laval, Que., banquet hall.
Conservatives call on Canada Soccer to cancel match with Iranian team
The Conservatives are joining a growing number of calls for Canada Soccer to cancel a controversial exhibition game against Iran set for next month in Vancouver.
Legault fires back at Ottawa after comments on Bill 96 and Bill 21
Canada's justice minister weighed in on Quebec's new language law while also offering details about how the federal government would eventually get involved in the legal challenge against the province's controversial, religious symbols law.
Court sets dates for former head of military HR's sexual assault trial
A court has set aside 13 days next year for the criminal trial of the military's former head of human resources.
To understand Ottawa's use of the Emergencies Act, we need to know what cabinet knew
Attempts to follow the threads that led to the federal government's historic invocation of the Emergencies Act in February already have come upon a knot — the question of who, if anyone, provided the advice that led the government to declare an emergency.
Tamara Lich isn't going back to jail and is now allowed to visit Ottawa
Trudeau cancels appearance at Surrey fundraiser over protest-related safety concerns
Canada Soccer is paying Iran's team $400K to play in Vancouver, team official says
Canada is sending almost $100M in military aid to Ukraine
Poilievre calls on Freeland to slash gas taxes ahead of summer driving season
Canada should rethink relationship with U.S. as democratic 'backsliding' worsens: security experts
Deadly Ontario storm pushes Ford's climate change record into campaign spotlight
What will it take for Ukraine to win its war with Russia? Western weapons and political will, say experts
Hundreds gather for memorial marking 1 year since discovery at Kamloops residential school
Conservative Party member resigns membership over racist email
Canadian military members told Habitat for Humanity is an option amid housing crunch
Ukraine's interests, not Putin's reputation, should guide world's approach to ending war: Bob Rae
Russia's dreaded cyberwarriors seem to be struggling in Ukraine
'Avoid pitfalls of the radical left,' CPC leadership candidate Roman Baber says
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