The mother of a Peruvian woman who claims Mike Duffy is the father of her daughter says the suspended senator has acknowledged paternity.
Mark Dunn, Senior National Reporter
The federal government approved the Northern Gateway project Tuesday, a confirmation that had already riled pipeline foes before the decision was announced.
The government targets johns and pimps in new prostitution legislation introduced Wednesday while leaving hookers free to ply the world's oldest profession, as long as they do it away from children.
Retired lieutenant-general Romeo Dallaire witnessed unimaginable horrors and was helpless to stop the 1994 Rwandan genocide that some accounts say claimed more than one million lives over a 100-day period.
Liberals angry at Justin Trudeau's meddling in Toronto's Trinity-Spadina riding will get their chance in a June 30 byelection to cast judgment on the Liberal leader's broken promise not to interfere in the nomination process.
From his university days bussing tables and driving a cab to a legacy of shielding the economy from a global financial crisis, the life of Jim Flaherty was celebrated Friday during a moving tribute in the House of Commons.
Former finance minister Jim Flaherty has died. He was 64.
Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver used a hockey term Sunday to urge President Barack Obama to finally score with the Keystone XL pipeline after years of missing the net.
The RCMP investigation into the Senate spending scandal busted wide open Wednesday with bribery allegations against Prime Minister Stephen Harper's former chief of staff and Sen. Mike Duffy.
The Senate has voted to suspend beleaguered Senators Mike Duffy, Wallin and Patrick Brazeau without pay.
Conservative leadership in the Senate appeared in disarray Wednesday after fumbling basic procedural motions that could now delay a vote to punt three Tories until next week.
Sen. Mike Duffy says besides the $90,000 cheque he received from the prime minister's chief of staff he took another cheque worth $13,560 from the party to pay his legal bills.
Three senators under threat of expulsion without pay and benefits for two years should learn their fate by mid-week after the government moves Monday to lower the curtain on the political theatre gripping the capital.
No matter how you cut it, the Senate hangman is on standby to carry out the public execution of three condemned senators accused of ripping off taxpayers by lining their pockets with inappropriate expense claims.
Sen. Mike Duffy dropped a bomb Tuesday, claiming he’s the victim of a conspiracy by the Prime Minister’s Office and Senate brass to commit bribery and extortion by forcing him to accept a deal to repay $90,000 or be fired.
The RCMP has begun a criminal investigation into the $90,000 transaction between Prime Minister Stephen Harper's chief of staff and Sen. Mike Duffy to repay bogus housing claims.
The scandal-plagued Senate has a cheerleader in Justin Trudeau after the Liberal leader said he wouldn't abolish the chamber because it's to Quebec's gain over other provinces to keep the lights on.
Two key Conservatives on a powerful Senate committee orchestrated the whitewash of a critical report into Sen. Mike Duffy's inappropriate use of tax dollars to soften its findings, opposition MPs said Thursday.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper apologized Wednesday and said he was in the dark when his chief of staff gave $90,000 to Sen. Mike Duffy — a gift opposition MPs want investigated by the RCMP and probed by Parliament.
The Conservative government nudged Washington on Tuesday to decide on the Keystone XL oil pipeline by endorsing a plan to carry Alberta crude to refineries in Quebec and New Brunswick.