Good morning! Thanks to a serendipitous twist of parliamentary scheduling, the New Democrats have been able to exercise the comparatively rare privilege of keeping the rest of their Chamber colleagues — and the world at large — in suspense over the substance of the supply motion that the party intends to put forward for the [...]
Government officials tasked to find minimum requirements for constitutional government during a crisis were told in the 1990s that cabinet ministers could legally take over the Commons if they were the only MPs there to make the required quorum, a former Commons law clerk recounts in a new book. In
The military's rate of conviction in cases of sexual assault is well below the civilian system, despite a high-profile campaign to root out abuse and misconduct. Roughly 23 per cent of the sex assault charges levelled over three years has ended with a guilty verdict, according to figures compiled by CBC News.
The Conservatives, New Democrats, Liberals and Bloc Québécois are all hoping for a strong performance in the Lac-Saint-Jean byelection on Monday, as voters cast their ballots in two ridings in Quebec and Alberta.
Saskatchewan’s Doug Racine says lawyers regularly received additional 15-per-cent awards deducted from their client’s compensation on top of initial pay
Statistics Canada is preparing to deliver the latest tranche of data from the 2016 long-form census - and the first details from that resurrected mandatory long-form questionnaire after a 10-year hiatus.
Former Quebec Conservative MP Denis Lebel officially resigned from his Lac-Saint-Jean seat in early August. The byelection for the seat is one of two scheduled for Oct. 23. The Hill Times file photograph
Former interim Liberal leader Bob Rae has been appointed Canada's special envoy to Myanmar, as Rohingya Muslims continue to flee violence in the country, CTV News has learned.
Black people in Ontario spend longer in jail awaiting trial than white people facing the same charges, government data shows.
Trump reportedly told lawmakers again and again that the Republican Party would have a steep price to pay in next year's midterm elections if they failed to pass his plan.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is appointing Bob Rae as Canada's special envoy to Myanmar, two months into a growing crisis that has left 600,000 Rohingya Muslims displaced.
Ottawa and Washington are diametrically opposed on a myriad of issues, and most Canadians distrust Donald Trump