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Having passed her leadership review, Premier Alison Redford is preparing for the 2016 provincial election.
Conservative Senator Hugh Segal will retire next June after nine years in the Senate to head up Massey College in Toronto, he announced Thursday.
Peter Van Loan, right, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, and the Denis Lebel, Minister of Infrastructure, arrive to make a statement on the government's legislative accomplishments on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, December 12, 2013.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who began the year watching aboriginals protest outside his office window, will soon see his government grapple with some of the most intractable issues associated with Canada's First Nations.
Environment Canada has spent at least $331,389 to develop long-awaited oil and gas regulations that are still under development, said Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq in a newly-released document tabled in Parliament.
The prime minister's lawyer is going to court next month to try to get Helena Guergis's lawsuit tossed unless she agrees to pay $124,960 in court costs she has already racked up.
Political unrest in Ukraine has the prime minister urging the eastern European nation to respect the rights of its citizens.
A battle to find out more about how details of a confidential audit of Sen. Mike Duffy's expenses went to the Prime Minister's Office before the Senate has come to a halt in the upper chamber.
After nearly eight years of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government, the question of what kind of country Canadians want is gathering new urgency.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and an entourage of Canadian dignitaries paid last respects Wednesday to former South African president Nelson Mandela in Pretoria.
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Kathy Dunderdale announces a deal to finance the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project during a news conference in St. John's on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013.
"To be judged and voted on by your peers and to come out on top is something I won't soon forget."
MPs agreed Tuesday to adjourn the House of Commons - three days ahead of schedule - and will return on Jan. 27. The Conservatives will get a six-week reprieve from being grilled about the Senate expenses scandal during question period as members of Parliament agreed Tuesday evening to adjourn the House of Commons until Jan. 27.a Questions about the ... (more)
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The federal government stepped up its sales pitch for new pipelines to the B.C. coast last week, as it prepares for the imminent release of the federal review panel's report on the feasibility of the Enbridge Northern Gateway project.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper will join over 91 dignitaries at the memorial service remembering the life of late South African leader Nelson Mandela who died Thursday at the age of 95. The service begins at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, December 10 at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, with gate opening planned for 7 a.m. Over 200 big ... (more)