According to Twitter, Canada was built on two simple principles: every citizen has the inalienable right to gourmet cheese served at an appropriate temperature, and that fancy fromage should be served, without exception, on a bed of unbroken crackers.
With even a vague outline of an Iran nuclear deal eluding their grasp, negotiators headed for double overtime Wednesday night in a marathon attempt to find common ground for a more important task -- forging a final deal by the end of June.
Quebec politicians insist they're staying the course in their efforts to see a jailed blogger freed even as the Saudi ambassador to Canada warns his country won't accept meddling in its internal affairs.
Defence Minister Jason Kenney delivered a mea culpa Wednesday for his erroneous claims that Canada was the only nation outside of the United States with smart-bomb technology that was willing to launch airstrikes in Syria.
Canada's war in Iraq and Syria is expected to cost more than half a billion dollars by this time next year, Defence Minister Jason Kenney revealed Wednesday, one day after federal budget reports stamped the estimate as secret.
Opposition Leader Thomas Mulcair says the results of the auditor general’s investigation into senators' expenses should be released 'as soon as possible,' after CTV News reported that at least 40 current and former senators have received letters about questionable expense claims.