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Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger fired back at criticism over his job-creation calculations Thursday, saying the Opposition Progressive Conservatives used the same methodology when they were in power.
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Now, Quebec multi-millionaire Pierre Karl Peladeau has become a key figure in the movement to make the French-speaking province an independent country.
The premiers of Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia have agreed to make it easier for people moving between the provinces to license their cars or continue apprenticeships.
Estevan Lifestyles is celebrating 15 years of serving the community this month. Fifteen years of reporting what's happening in Estevan.
Trinity-Spadina NDP MP Olivia Chow, now a mayoral candidate in Toronto, has surrounded herself with a veteran team that has worked across the political spectrum, from NDP to Liberal to Conservative.
Chief Justice Derek Green reads the speech from the throne for 2014 at the legislature Wednesday.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and British Columbia Premier Christy Clark each offered dire warnings Wednesday that a truckers strike affecting container terminals in the Vancouver region is a threat to the country's economy, but each leader insisted it's up to the other government to actually do something about it.
As remuneration in the British Columbia public sector skyrockets, we bring you our annual database of who is making what in B.C.'s public service.
Premier Christy Clark said Wednesday she didn't hear about former Chilliwack MLA John Les' appointment until it was announced, and the deal is off.
Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal will resign on Thursday to become campaign director for President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, the ageing independence leader who is running for re-election, a source close to the presidency said on Wednesday.
The 37-year wait for Mill Woods LRT service appears to be over after the province agreed Tuesday to contribute the final funding needed for the project.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill is under attack over a pamphlet circulated in a marginal seat, which targets the Liberal candidate Carolyn Habib, with the state opposition and federal government condemning the flyer as racist.
A number of changes within the ranks of senior management in the Prince Edward Island provincial government were announced today by the Premier's Office.
Conservationists have vowed to continue the fight against Western Australia's shark kill policy, despite being dealt another blow in a bid to end the so-called cull.