2 hrs ago | The Province
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he was not consulted by his chief of staff before Nigel Wright paid $90,000 to Sen.
2 hrs ago | Canada.com
Should Alberta's Wildrose party ever choose to launch a federal wing, Tuesday's tragi-comedy on Parliament Hill will serve as a helpful point of germination.
3 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
David Steinberg arrives at the 64th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday, Jan.
7 hrs ago | The Waterloo Region Record
Canadian Blood Services says men who have not had sex with other men within the last five years will be allowed to donate blood when the new policy comes into effect this summer.
8 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
Canada's housing market is slowing dramatically in terms of both sales and construction, dragging down economic growth and putting some 150,000 jobs at risk in coming years, a mortgage industry association warns in its spring report.
12 hrs ago | CBC News
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's woes over crack cocaine allegations are providing plenty of late-night television fodder for Jimmy Kimmel, Jon Stewart and other comedians south of the border.
16 hrs ago | CBC News
The chief justice of the Nova Scotia Supreme Court is demanding to know why 95 people, or 40 per cent of prospective jurors, were not in court Tuesday for the start of a five-day trial.
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.
HD Mining International says it hired workers from China because the Canadians who applied for the jobs weren't qualified.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper was to leave Tuesday afternoon for a trade mission to South America, still under a cloud of questions swirling about his office's involvement in the Senate expenses affair.
Yifan Wang died two days after being pulled from the pool unresponsive. A coroner's inquest is starting into his death.
Dozens of people appointed to plum patronage jobs have been donating to the Conservative party, despite government rules that forbid it.
Aboriginal leader Elijah Harper, a former Manitoba MLA and MP who played a key role in defeating the Meech Lake accord, died on Friday at the age of 64.
The NDP is calling on the RCMP to investigate the actions of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's former chief of staff, Nigel Wright, who resigned recently after news emerged of a secret $90,000 payment he made to Senator Mike Duffy in relation to the Senate expense scandal.
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.
Kyle Lynch and friend Alex Durocher splash each other as they enjoy the mild weather on the beach, Saturday, May 18, 2013 in Port Dover, Ont.
An expert on parliamentary rules says the Senate has the power to turf a senator from the chamber, as long as a majority approves the expulsion.