Internal documents reveal dedicated efforts across federal government departments to address barriers faced by Indigenous public servants have had their share of snags and successes.
Former Quebec premier Jean Charest has announced that he will not seek the federal Conservative leadership.
The remains of one Canadian who was killed in the Iran plane crash have been repatriated, Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne confirmed Tuesday.
More than 200,000 Canadians have offered their thoughts on the federal government broadening Canada's medically-assisted dying law in the first week of consultations.
The Bloc Quebecois plans to stand in the way of a fast-track adoption of the new trade deal between Canada, the United States and Mexico.
Malaysia says it returned 11 shipping containers of plastic garbage to Canada after they arrived on its shores illegally last year.
The proportion of Indigenous people in federal custody has hit a record high of more than 30 per cent due to disturbing and entrenched imbalances, Canada's prison ombudsman warned Tuesday.
The first steps in the ratification of the new NAFTA will be taken Monday, CTV News has learned.
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