The Senate ethics committee is going to continue its inquiry into sexual harassment and abuse of authority allegations against Don Meredith, who resigned his seat last month over a sexual relationship with a teenager.
A senior Boeing official says the U.S. aerospace giant's trade dispute with Montreal-based rival Bombardier is a "company-to-company issue," and that it still hopes to sell Super Hornet jets to Canada.
The federal government has announced plans to convert the former U.S. embassy across from Parliament Hill into a space dedicated to Canada’s indigenous people. But indigenous architects are calling the building at 100 Wellington St. in Ottawa a 'hand-me-down' and say it is 'not a culturally appropriate space.'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined indigenous leaders across from Parliament Hill on a sun-drenched Wednesday and said the building housing his office will no longer bear the name of Hector-Louis Langevin, a father of Confederation and an architect of the residential school system.
The Liberal government's new security bill adds torture, detention and serious destruction of property that would endanger a life to the list of things Canada's spy agency cannot do when disrupting terror plots.