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Interim Green Party leader hoping to court Wilson-Raybould for top job
Green Party interim leader Jo-Ann Roberts has started to outline ideas for the party's post-Elizabeth May future — and she's mulling over the idea of former Liberal MP Jody Wilson-Raybould taking the helm.
Canada's new ambassador to China leads 1st consular visits with Spavor, Kovrig
Canada’s new ambassador to China led his first consular visits with detained Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig over the past week, CBC News has learned.
'We deserve to be represented': Young climate activists banned from Parliament Hill after protest
Twenty-seven young Canadian climate activists were hit with a 30-day ban from Parliament Hill after holding a protest in the House of Commons Monday morning.
Jason Kenney dives into federal election in anti-Trudeau Twitter video
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney plunged further into the coming federal election this weekend, saying in a social media post he will work to push Justin Trudeau from office, while dispelling calls for his province to separate from the rest of the country.
Trudeau needs a 'serious' reason to reject Quebec's Supreme Court pick, minister warns
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau could reject Quebec's forthcoming recommendation for Canada's next Supreme Court justice, says Quebec Justice Minister Sonia LeBel — but he'd risk a heavy political backlash by doing so.
Tories attack plan for temporary housing at Quebec border crossing
The federal government is planning to build temporary housing for up to 520 people at a Quebec border crossing that has seen an influx of asylum seekers.
Why a 14-year-old will lead the charge at 420 on the Hill
Emma Boniface is scheduled to take the stage Friday at Ottawa's annual 420 rally on Parliament Hill to speak about the power of pot for her family.