2 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
In the blink of an eye, the Conservative government can strip away the retirement dreams of millions of Canadians.
3 hrs ago | The Brampton Guardian
Offering support. Brampton West MP Kyle Seeback was among the notable faces and voices at a recent anti-abortion rally on Parliament Hill.
7 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
A Manitoba woman who took care of Phoenix Sinclair for much of the girl's short life spent in and out of foster care set up camp on the lawn of the legislature Wednesday and started a hunger protest.
8 hrs ago | Canada.com
The Harper government is declining to explain how and where it is spending millions of taxpayer dollars on advertising to promote oil, gas and pipeline companies as well as other Canadian natural resources.
9 hrs ago | Canada.com
Outgoing U.S. Ambassador David Jacobson is poised to join one of Canada's largest banks when he steps down from his diplomatic role in July.
10 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
In a speech to the Canada-U.K. Chamber of Commerce in London on July 14, 2006, Prime Minister Stephen Harper referred to Canada as the emerging energy superpower that his government "intends to build." The prime minister and Joe Oliver, minister of natural resources, have repeated this claim on various occasions since.
14 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrives Tuesday night in Peru to strengthen bilateral relations and cooperation between the two countries.
18 hrs ago | Globe and Mail
New Democratic Party House leader Nathan Cullen speaks in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa December 5, 2012.
A "very upset" Prime Minister Stephen Harper tried to settle down a scandal-rattled Conservative caucus Tuesday with talk of accountability and Senate reform, but shed no new light on the $90,000 transaction that cost him his chief of staff.
Canada, Culture And Commerce Vancouver Sun political correspondent Vaughn Palmer explains why Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Chief of staff has resigned and what happens now.
Amid the wreckage, the Conservatives in Ottawa still must govern. How they do that when two of their own Senators quit caucus late last week, and then their boss's top aide resigned in the middle of a long weekend, is no easy task.
David Jacobson says he will "treasure" his experience as U.S. ambassador to Canada forever as he prepares to depart the position.
This story will get buried by all the other news today. That's understandable, but I wish it weren't so.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks to business leaders in New York this week: The message was, the Keystone XL pipeline would be a less risky way to transport heavy crude to the U.S. East Coast.
OTTAWA: Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper will head to Peru and Colombia tomorrow and Thursday, looking to bolster trade with Latin America and beyond.
Senator Mike Duffy, pictured on May 9, in Ottawa, received a $90,000 cheque from Nigel Wright, the former chief of staff in Harper's office.
As he grapples with a growing scandal over Senate expenses, Prime Minister Stephen Harper faces another potential flashpoint as the House of Commons resumes sitting: The political debate over abortion is far from over.