Justice Minister Peter MacKay promises to introduce a new bill to reform Canada's prostitution laws this week now that the feds have released results of a massive online public consultation.
Daniel Proussalidis, National Bureau
Aspiring politicians who don't support access to abortion on demand aren't welcome in the Liberal party, Leader Justin Trudeau says.
OTTAWA - The feds give Ontario's government a failing grade for the budget introduced Thursday by provincial Finance Minister Charles Sousa.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper put his efforts to reform or abolish the Senate on hold "for the time being" after the Supreme Court said both options would require a constitutional amendment.
Break time has ended for anyone delaying income tax filing because of the Heartbleed bug that infected Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) computers last week.
Canadians can pay their respects personally to the late Jim Flaherty at a family visitation just east of Toronto on Tuesday.
OTTAWA - A Conservative MP is pushing forward his private member's bill to revoke a prison warden's authority to grant temporary escorted absences to first and second-degree murderers, and give the power to the National Parole Board.
Joe Oliver is Canada's new finance minister, taking his oath Wednesday at a private ceremony inside Rideau Hall.
Two CF-18 fighter jets will scream over the Ottawa sky Tuesday morning, escorting a hulking Globemaster transport plane carrying the last Canadian troops returning from Afghanistan.
Wireless companies will drop almost $5.3 billion into the feds' purse following the auction of high-powered signals for mobile phones and other communications devices.
The feds aren't ready to kick the habit of spending more money than taxpayers give them, but Finance Minister Jim Flaherty says they're almost there.
The Conservative government is giving its strongest signal yet it will replace the prostitution laws struck down by the Supreme Court of Canada with new measures.
In a sweeping decision, the Supreme Court of Canada has struck down all of the long-standing Criminal Code provisions dealing with prostitution.
The CRTC is shaking up the broadcasting landscape, with a major decision that will make more news channels available to Canadians.
The feds have brought down the cone of silence in the wake of reports that Canada may have allowed the U.S. National Security Agency to conduct widespread surveillance during the 2010 G20 summit in Toronto.
The Supreme Court of Canada dealt a blow to pharmacy chains on Friday when it upheld the province of Ontario’s ban on drugstores’ sales of their own private-label generic prescription drugs.
Canada will donate up to $5 million to humanitarian organizations helping those affected by the super typhoon that devastated the Philippines and left more than 10,000 dead.
The feds are looking for ways to cut the cost of criminal justice in Canada.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is getting an earful of criticism from human rights activists and others over his recent comments about "admiration" for China's dictatorship.
Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro faces four charges under the Canada Elections Act.