Canada's Public Safety Minister is questioning whether Canadian cellphone companies are doing enough to protect their customers' privacy, after a CBC/Radio-Canada investigation.
University of Moncton president Raymond Théberge nominated for federal language watchdog: Radio-Canada
The president of the largest French-language university in Canada outside Quebec is the Liberal government's nominee to be the next commissioner of official languages, Radio-Canada is reporting.
The agreement between Myanmar and Bangladesh covering the return of Rohingya Muslim refugees is a step in the right direction but needs to meet several conditions before it is implemented, Canada’s International Development Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau said Thursday.
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the U.S. is doing a better job of informing Canada of immigration changes that may prompt people living in the U.S. on special immigration status to try to cross the border into Canada illegally.
A federal task force will meet later today to map out a contingency plan to deal with the influx of people illegally crossing the border into Canada. It will be the group's sixth meeting, and it comes as the spike in summer crossings begins to slow down.
Even as politicians in Quebec and Ottawa maintain they're ready for any new influx in asylum seekers, immigration lawyers working on the front lines say they're already struggling to cope with a backlog of refugee claimants.
The federal government has whittled down the list of people it's considering for the position of RCMP commissioner. Its newly announced selection committee provides clues about what it wants in the new leader of the national police force.
The Federal Court of Appeal has opted not to settle the question of whether a trade tribunal may hear and resolve disputes involving pricey government procurements covered by national security exceptions.
There were 14,467 refugee claims from people who crossed into Canada outside legal border points in a nine-month period this year, and 44% of them were from Haiti.
A CBC/Radio-Canada demonstration shows just how easy it is for hackers halfway across the world to spy on a Canadian MP’s phone calls and track his movements.