Postmedia Network CEO Paul Godfrey warned MPs Thursday that the newspaper industry in Canada is in peril and urgently needs some form of government help.
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Auditor General Michael Ferguson gave the country's senators no place to hide Tuesday in a report that damns the upper chamber for the lousy way it handles public money and the ease with which dozens of senators lined their own pocket from the public purse.
Justice Minister Peter MacKay said farewell to federal politics Friday, saying that, after 18 years as an MP, his young family would be the most important constituents in his life.
Riding high in the polls, the NDP will try to push their numbers even higher with a new television ad set to begin airing Monday.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said Wednesday his MPs will vote in favour of the Harper government's new anti- terrorism bill even if the government rejects their suggestions to improve the legislation.
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird, and top aide to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, announced Tuesday he'll be leaving politics.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the federal Conservatives may be spoiling for a fight with their political opponents over new tough-on-terrorism legislation but, for the most part, New Democrats and Liberals remained muted Monday in their criticism of new anti-terror laws.
OTTAWA — Canada's premiers are set to roll out their national energy strategy, P.E.I. Premier Robert Ghiz said yesterday at the conclusion of the annual meeting of provincial first ministers.
The Northwest Territories announced Thursday it will begin a feasibility study that could be the first step towards construction of an oil pipeline along the MacKenzie Valley to the Arctic Ocean.
It's the third period. The fourth quarter. The home stretch.
Surveying the state of his union Tuesday, Barack Obama saw a growing economy, lots of new jobs, cheap gas and declared: "The shadow of the crisis has passed."
NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair vowed to undo a $2.3-billion tax cut Prime Minister Stephen Harper has made available to some parents with children.
Plunging oil prices will wipe out the anticipated federal government surplus this year, the economists at TD Bank said Tuesday.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper marked the 200th anniversary of the birth of the country's first prime minister here Sunday with a speech that connected John A. Macdonald's legacy to the character of the country Macdonald helped create.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper named a former Sea King helicopter navigator to replace Julian Fantino as the minister of veterans affairs, a move that will be widely seen as an acknowledgement Fantino had become a political liability on the file in this election year.
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A member of Iraq's parliament who represents a minority religious group surrounded by ISIS terrorists in her country's northeast corner pleaded Tuesday for more military and humanitarian help from Canada and the rest of the world.
One of the MPs booted from the Liberal caucus by Leader Justin Trudeau now stands accused having sex with a female NDP MP "without explicit consent."
Stephen Harper’s Conservatives won two byelections Monday, holding on to seats in Alberta and Ontario that they had won in 2011.
The Harper government's long string of deficits is about to end, Finance Minister Joe Oliver confirmed Wednesday, setting up a political battle over what to do with a string of expected annual surpluses.