18 min ago
MPs take stock as they wrap up Commons' spring sitting
Party House leaders were offering their view on the spring sitting of Parliament Wednesday, after MPs reached unanimous consent late Tuesday to push through several bills and then rise for the summer.
1 hr ago
Richmond Hill Liberal
City to build million-dollar roundabout for STO buses
Sussex narrowing bumps STO into Lowertown. Narrowing the north section of Sussex Drive to remove bus lanes to create a scenic Confederation Boulevard will force STO buses through Lowertown to a new, million-dollar roundabout the city will build to ensure STO buses aren't stuck in Sussex traffic.
5 hrs ago
The Globe and Mail
Electric Leaf falls in price
The entry-level Leaf S will start at $31,698 before rebates; The Ontario rebate brings the price down to $23,198.
9 hrs ago
Half of First Nations children live in poverty
First Nations Idle No More protesters hold hands and dance in a circle during a demonstration at the Douglas-Peace Arch crossing on the Canada-U.S. border near Surrey, B.C., on Jan. 5, 2013.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Gatineau MP denounces Ontario government's 'cavalier' attitude on Kettle Island bridge
The Ontario government's announcement that it would not support a bridge spanning the Ottawa River at Kettle Island demonstrates self-centred thinking, Gatineau MP FranA oise Boivin said Tuesday.
Globe and Mail
Doctors plead for cuts to refugee health coverage to be reversed
Protesters on Parliament Hill, Monday demonstrate against cuts to refugee medical coverage.
The Globe and Mail
Taxpayers spend $2-billion yearly to help federal workers retire early: CFIB
Dan Kelly, seen here at his Toronto, Ontario offices Tuesday March 5, 2013, is the president and CEO of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business .
Man charged by police after being shot by officer in Orleans
A 20-year-old man is facing four charges after an incident in Orleans earlier this month that ended when he was shot by an Ottawa police officer.
Globe and Mail
Ottawa to grant app developers access to federal information
Treasury Board President Tony Clement responds to a question during in the House of Commons on May 9, 2013.
Survival After Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator Implantation in ...
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Mon Jun 17, 2013
U.S. patent case climaxes with win for Canadian vibrator maker
Couples in the United States looking to spice up their sex lives will have to do without certain adult toys after a U.S. trade panel ruled on Monday that some companies are violating a patent held by a Canadian company for a two-armed vibrator.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford needs security, brother says
A weekend incident in which a drink was thrown at Toronto Mayor Rob Ford highlights the need for him to have a security detail at public events, his councillor brother says.
Former Senate staffer under RCMP investigation over renovation project
Montreal RCMP officers are investigating a former Conservative Senate staffer who was a onetime political candidate, after a three-year corruption probe into a Parliament Hill renovation project.
Ontario opposes Kettle Island bridge
The National Capital Commission released a study last month that concluded a new bridge should connect Ottawa and Gatineau over Kettle Island.
Daycare workers fired for taping children down for naps
Two workers at a daycare inside Ottawa's Bayview Public School were fired after they reportedly taped children to cots during nap time.
Harb wrote Senate clerk in 2008 about his residence claim intentions, according to court documents
Senator Mac Harb wrote to the clerk of the Senate in 2008 saying that he was declaring his secondary residence in Ottawa and was never told the move would break Senate rules, Harb claims in court documents filed Monday.
Dangerous water conditions in Mississippi Valley
Lakes in the Mississippi Valley Watershed are experiencing higher-than-normal water levels because of heavy rainfall in recent days.
Quebec construction workers strike after negotiation breakdown
Quebec's construction sites will be idle on Monday following the announcement today of a general strike by unions representing workers.