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Governor General designate Julie Payette is abandoning her legal bid to block access to U.S. court records related to her 2013 divorce proceedings.
A small crowd of veterans, dignitaries and invited guests marked a final, drenched ceremony in Ottawa today in remembrance of the 75th anniversary of the raid on Dieppe in France.
Archeologists at the site of a pre-Confederation parliament in Montreal are about to reach the level they hope will yield a treasure trove of artifacts.
One of two men running for the leadership of the Manitoba New Democrats, Wab Kinew, is accusing his rival of downplaying domestic violence charges from 2003.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's top aide says paying one of Canada's newest diplomatic appointees nearly double what the going-rate is "completely in line" with other federal appointments from the private sector.
Haitian-Canadian MP Emmanuel Dubourg will travel to Miami on Wednesday to try and counter misinformation which has driven thousands of Haitian asylum seekers to Canada in recent months.
U.S. imports of softwood from Germany have grown tenfold in the first half of the year as punishing duties pushed imports of Canadian softwood down.
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says awarding a navy maintenance and support contract worth up to $5.2 billion to a French company won't take away work from Canadian public sector workers.
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says Canada is doing what it needs to do to ensure border safety and legitimate travel and trade.
A panel on Question Period administers report cards on political failures and successes by Canadian politicians.
Former CSIS director Dick Fadden and former Liberal leader Bob Rae weigh in on a proposed superagency to tackle terror threats in Canada.
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer reflects on resetting the Conservative agenda and managing threat levels in Canada.
Don Martin talks to people and players who dominate the political scene.
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