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Ontario has passed a bill that prohibits the breeding and acquisition of killer whales as well as other animal protection rules.
Parti Quebecois Leader Pierre Karl Peladeau is being accused of hurting Quebec City's chances of attracting a National Hockey League team because of his sovereigntist fervour.
Ontario municipalities will have the option of using ranked ballots in the next municipal elections in 2018.
Ontario's outspoken ombudsman, Andre Marin, has been reappointed for a four-month stint after he took to Twitter asking supporters to pressure the government into giving him another term.
Elections Nova Scotia says it is now investigating whether the NDP broke election rules by sending a party mailout prior to an expected byelection in the riding of Dartmouth-South.
The Harper government is proposing seven minor amendments to legislation that would tighten voting rules for expatriates casting ballots from abroad.
Federal political parties may be quarrelling over how best to expand the Canada Pension Plan, but they seem to agree on one thing: Canadians should be saving more for retirement.
For the third time, cabinet has avoided making a decision on whether to convert a commercial supply ship into a naval supply ship.
Will putting the Mounties in charge of security for all of Parliament Hill actually make it safer? The head of the union that represents the existing internal security team thinks not.
Journalists were negotiating with Myanmar officials Thursday to restore their access to the Parliament chamber after being pushed out because pictures of snoozing lawmakers were published online.
A motion that would allow members of Parliament to vote freely on matters of conscience is set to be debated in the House of Commons.
Ontario's opposition parties want a police investigation into allegations that Hydro One misled the government about the extent of billing problems created by a new computer system.