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Corporate welfare, the Koch brothers and being 'authentic': Maxime Bernier in conversation
Maxime Bernier is hoping his new People’s Party will usher in a conservative revolution in Canada. For years, Bernier has been championing the cause of smaller government, lower taxes and reduced immigration — but now the Quebec MP who finished a close second to Andrew Scheer in the last Conservative Party leadership race thinks these ideas can win the next Canadian election.
Canadian companies are losing ground to China in the developing world, Trudeau's UN ambassador says
Justin Trudeau is preparing a pitch to Canada's private sector, to be delivered at the United Nations General Assembly Monday — invest in the developing world as a way to build Canada's brand at home and abroad.
What gun owners need to know about Ottawa's new firearms bill
The Liberal government is poised to pass new firearms legislation — changes to the country's firearms regime that Ottawa says are "modest" but necessary reforms to help tamp down on the frequency of violent gun crime. Here's what is in Bill C-71.
$154M plan with federal government step toward self-government for Métis: Manitoba Metis Federation
A plan that includes $154 million in federal government funding for the Manitoba Metis Federation is just the beginning of a transformational process advancing reconciliation between Canada and the Métis people, MMF president David Chartrand says.
Ottawa-Gatineau tornado damage in video and photos
Trouble aboard the CAQ: Is the problem the captain or the crew?
No guarantee all Indigenous concerns about Trans Mountain will be addressed, minister says
The House: Will Canada answer the UN's call?
'Looks as if there was never a house there': Ottawa-Gatineau tornado causes mass power outages, 6 in hospital
Conservatives start election advertising early with $2M campaign during major sporting events
Ottawa gives pipeline regulator 22 weeks to review Trans Mountain expansion project
Canada to boost support for riskier forms of renewable energy: minister
Scheer, Sask. gov't unconvinced by report that says carbon tax could be beneficial
Power & Politics Sept. 21: Trans Mountain review, Ontario deficits
New Canadian Medical Association head calls for debate on decriminalizing opioids
'Nail in the coffin': Oilpatch boosters demand Ottawa overhaul 'terrible' Bill C-69
Maxime Bernier explains what he means by 'extreme multiculturalism'
MPs unanimously declare Myanmar crackdown on Rohingya a 'genocide'
No charges against son of Afghan diplomat, lawyer says
Conservatives demand end to Veterans Affairs' support for convicted murderer
Gananoque, Ont., 'ecstatic' but unprepared to receive Canada 150 rink, mayor says
Why Stephen Harper's former policy director is defending Trudeau's carbon tax
Wynne's Liberals left $15B deficit, $8B more than reported in last budget, Fedeli says