Will Trudeau's experiment with Senate 'independence' outlast the election?
Legislative changes that would have made it harder for a future prime minister to reverse Senate reforms have fallen through — raising the question of how much longer today's more independent, non-partisan chamber might last.
'It's the future': How going small may fuel nuclear power's comeback
Canada is positioning itself up to be a leader in a new age of nuclear power by exploring the use of small modular reactors. While the technology is still years away from being built, it's renewing long-held concerns by some about radioactive waste and accidents.
After Quebec's secularism law, Muslim women gather to figure out, 'What can we do now?'
A workshop in Montreal started with a guided meditation and a short discussion about how to cope emotionally with Quebec's new secularism law, but it's clear the 20 or so Muslim women there weren't ready to relax.
Afghan war memorial to be re-dedicated - this time with soldiers' families present
A battlefield cenotaph that became a focus of hurt and outrage for families of soldiers killed in Afghanistan will be re-dedicated in a public ceremony this summer, CBC News has learned.
Neuroscience student stunned to join Team Canada's gymnastics squad
A Halifax gymnast says he was stunned to be named to Team Canada for the FISU University Games, and he's ready to take on the challenge as he heads to Naples, Italy, this week.
EI program changes leaves hundreds of post-secondary students without funds
Many post-secondary students in Nova Scotia are scrambling to find enough money to go back to school in the fall after the federal government requested a change to a program that allows people to draw employment insurance benefits while studying.
You can see Toronto's future skyline right now at Metro Hall
Want to know what Toronto’s skyline will look like in a few years or even a decade? Well, there’s an exhibit at Metro Hall called Toronto of the Future that will give you a sneak peek.
Tory leadership race helps party post major fundraising gains
Having a leadership race in 2018 was good business for Nova Scotia's Progressive Conservatives.
Inside the secret, million-dollar world of baby eel trafficking
An undercover investigation by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans into a $1.3-million poaching case is highlighting a little-known but enormously lucrative fishery with a global reach.
Sudbury city council to debate changes to economic development corporation
Greater Sudbury city council will debate a motion on Tuesday night about making substantial changes to the city’s economic development corporation.
What we know about 12 people arrested on immigration warrants in Old North
Government officials are being tight-lipped about a group of people arrested Saturday on outstanding immigration warrants.
Despite new adoption rules, these Quebec families are still searching for answers
As of June 16, adoptees have the right to learn the names of their biological parents, unless their parents expressly asked the government to withhold that information.
PC MLA proposes party parity on committees after feeling 'stifled' in the past
The minority government of Dennis King is about to give up the majority status P.E.I.’s governing parties have traditionally held on legislative standing committees.
Ending homelessness in Moncton by 2021 'very doable,' says advocate
A member of the Greater Moncton Homelessness Steering Committee says she's confident that homelessness can be eliminated in the city by 2021.
Amherstburg council grants mayor three-month sick leave extension
In addition to granting mayor Aldo DiCarlo an additional three months of sick leave, Amherstburg town council also approved a replacement for both DiCarlo and deputy mayor Leo Meloche in the event of both their absences.
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'I have a sister who's better than me': NHL's 1st-round pick Alex Newhook shares spotlight with sister Abby
When 16th overall pick Alex Newhook filled out a questionnaire at the recent NHL draft in Vancouver, one of his answers got a lot of attention.
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VeloGO a no-show after bike rack offer ran out, NCC says
Communication with VeloGO broke down after the National Capital Commission reminded the bike-sharing company it could no longer have free use of the NCC's bike racks around Ottawa and Gatineau, the Crown corporation said Monday.
Border agency still using licence plate reader linked to U.S. hack
Canada's border agency is still using Perceptics' licence plate reader equipment — even after the company fell victim to a recent malicious cyberattack in the U.S.
'We're very sad': Canada Day fireworks cancelled at Clarke Road after new TVDSB regulations
Some Londoners will have to find another place to watch fireworks Canada Day after Clarke Rd. Monday display gets cancelled.
Salvation Army open to changing controversial shelter project
The Salvation Army now says it is open to changing the size of its controversial proposed shelter in Vanier, but critics question the timing and sincerity of the charity's latest overture, just days before a crucial Ottawa city council debate.