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It's been a tough time for some Alberta Progressive Conservatives as this weekend's historic merger vote means the effective end of their storied party.
Washington state is exploring whether Canada's new infrastructure bank could help finance a multibillion-dollar proposal for high-speed rail between Vancouver and the U.S. northwest.
Agriculture ministers signed a $3-billion partnership with Ottawa today to strengthen the industry and open new markets as trade talks loom with the United States.
An organization that advocates for women's sexual health rights has given the provincial premiers a November deadline to provide universal access to Mifegymiso, a drug used to end a pregnancy.
Canada's elections watchdog says a former Conservative cabinet minister broke election rules when he decided to wear a party-branded shirt to announce an expansion of child benefit payments.
While Al Gore has plenty of praise for Justin Trudeau's efforts to combat climate change, he says there's still room for improvement on the prime minister's environmental agenda.
Quebec's immigration minister urged police to aggressively target citizens who encourage hateful speech on Thursday, in reaction to a spate of racist and anti-immigrant incidents in the province over the past couple of weeks.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has named former leadership rival Lisa Raitt to be the party's deputy leader.
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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