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Canada will voice its concerns over what it calls Russia's military aggression in Ukraine during a meeting of the eight nations that make up the Arctic Council this week.
Norway has demanded that Moscow explain why Russia's deputy prime minister visited the Norwegian Arctic Svalbard islands despite sanctions imposed on him by the EU and Norway.
The Arctic has not seen the current level of Russian air activity in decades, Defence Minister Jason Kenney says he was recently told by NORAD commanders.
The Alberta election was supposed to be a coronation for Premier Jim Prentice -- and it still might be.
NDP leader Tom Mulcair says his party will introduce a motion in Parliament this week demanding the Conservative government reopen the Kitsilano Coast Guard station in Vancouver.
The Conservative government plans to use the coming federal budget to underscore its pre-election messaging on the importance of national security.
Canadians can expect Tuesday’s federal budget to focus on increased infrastructure, national security and manufacturing spending, as well as financial breaks for seniors and families.
Canada's ambassador to France Lawrence Cannon has denied the reports that he will return to Quebec to run as a Conservative party candidate in the next federal election.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says the opening prayer at the province's legislature will remain despite a recent Supreme Court ruling.
The Harper government is taking another step towards mending strained relations with veterans by funding equine therapy for those suffering mental scars from the battlefield.
The Duffy trial heard from a number of major players in the Gerald Donohue contracts last week, but not from Donohue himself. Here's a day-by-day wrap up of week two of the Duffy trial.
The Harper government is watching closely as the U.S. Congress opens a critical chapter in negotiations toward a massive, 12-country free-trade deal.