A former SNC-Lavalin executive who was appointed to Montreal’s port authority was allowed to remain on the public payroll for months, despite known links to an illegal fundraising scheme, CTV News has learned.
Concerns raised by Central Canada over the proposed Energy East pipeline project should not deteriorate into provincial infighting, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne said Thursday after a telephone chat with Alberta Premier Jim Prentice.
Saskatchewan's finance minister says the province is still projecting a budget in the black for 2014-15 because higher oil prices earlier this year offset a recent slide that has seen them hit four-year lows.
Most Canadians remain focused on the economy and job market, and have little appetite for sending troops to fight Islamic State militants overseas after the extremist-inspired attack on Ottawa last month, a new poll reveals.
Conservative MP Peter Goldring has apologized for a bizarre statement he released earlier Wednesday, in which he said MPs on Parliament Hill who 'consort' with one another should 'wear protection' in the form of video cameras.