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  1. Quebec seeks probe of Davie shipyard as part of ferry contract review

    An investigation by the Auditor-General would put a spotlight on a company that a Globe and Mail investigation has discovered has a complex web of…
  2. Ottawa seeks to preserve residential-school testimonies

    Federal government, reconciliation centre say school survivors’ testimonies should be kept in national archives rather than be destroyed after 15 y…
  3. The new Conservative leader must look beyond the party’s rural roots

    As the Conservative Party picks a new leader this weekend, it will need to expand to the suburbs and beyond to unseat Justin Trudeau’s L…
  4. Quebec resort town in Charlevoix region to host 2018 G7 meetings

    Trudeau is expected to make the announcement at some point during this year’s G7 m…
  5. Quebec resort town in Charlevoix region to host 2018 G7 meetings

    Trudeau is expected to make the announcement at some point during this year’s G7 m…
  6. Nigel Wright broke ethics rules during Duffy affair: watchdog

    Ethics commissioner says Wright broke both the Parliament of Canada Act and the Conflict of Interest Act when he personally gave Duffy $90,000 to repay Senate…
  7. Nigel Wright broke ethics rules during Duffy affair: watchdog

    Ethics commissioner says former Harper chief of staff shouldn’t have pressed for cash to cover Mike Duffy’s Senate exp…
  8. New methane rules aim to cut emissions from Canada’s oil and gas sector

    Rule changes announced by Federal Environment Minister Catherine…
  9. Trudeau touts Canada’s terror fight as Trump pushes NATO to do more

    The bloody suicide bombing in Manchester has taken on a new urgency for NATO with U.S. President Donald Trump pushing the military alliance to take on a bigger role in…
  10. Politics Briefing newsletter: Trudeau says Canada is doing its part for NATO

    Also: B.C. Liberals fall short of majority in…
  11. Daughter of winery owners facing trial in China pleads for Trudeau to intervene

    Amy Chang has called on Ottawa to aid her mother and father, who were arrested in Shanghai in 2016 on charges of…
  12. New methane rules aim to cut emissions from Canada’s oil and gas sector

    Rule changes announced by Federal Environment Minister Catherine…
  13. Trudeau touts Canada’s terror fight as Trump pushes NATO to do more

    The bloody suicide bombing in Manchester has taken on a new urgency for NATO with U.S. President Donald Trump pushing the military alliance to take on a bigger role in…
  14. Politics Briefing newsletter: Trudeau says Canada is doing its part for NATO

    Also: B.C. Liberals fall short of majority in…
  15. Daughter of winery owners facing trial in China pleads for Trudeau to intervene

    Amy Chang has called on Ottawa to aid her mother and father, who were arrested in Shanghai in 2016 on charges of…
  16. Senators amend legislation aimed at removing sexism from Indian Act

    The amendment was passed by the Senate’s aboriginal people’s committee, but must still be approved by the Senate as a whole, and then by the House of Commons, before it becomes law…
  17. Canada considers donation to UN fund for victims of sex abuse by peacekeepers

    Atul Khare wouldn’t say how much Canada is looking to provide, but described it as a ‘very major contribution’ that would be spread out over two years…
  18. Senators amend legislation aimed at removing sexism from Indian Act

    The amendment was passed by the Senate’s aboriginal people’s committee, but must still be approved by the Senate as a whole, and then by the House of Commons, before it becomes law…
  19. Canada considers donation to UN fund for victims of sex abuse by peacekeepers

    Atul Khare wouldn’t say how much Canada is looking to provide, but described it as a ‘very major contribution’ that would be spread out over two years…
  20. Peter MacKay, Jason Kenney say new Tory leader should be inclusive

    The former Conservative cabinet ministers say the new head of the Conservative Party will have to keep campaigning after the…