In an intimate interview with q host Tom Powers, Mike and Patrick Downie share memories of their childhood with the Tragically Hip singer and their hope to carry on his work toward Indigenous reconciliation.
After five days of hearings, the stories of at least 50 missing or murdered Indigenous women and girls were heard by the national inquiry in Winnipeg.
Black people in Canada's most populous province spent longer behind bars awaiting trial than white people charged with many of the same categories of crimes in each of the past five years, according to data obtained by Reuters.
It's a golden rule that ex-presidents don't criticize a successor. But George W. Bush and Barack Obama both took poorly veiled shots at Donald Trump this week, and some experts think the ex-president pile-on may have only just begun.
Jagmeet Singh has officially resigned as an Ontario member of the Provincial Parliament, weeks after winning the federal NDP leadership.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau dodged questions about his use of numbered companies to hold investments Friday, saying he does not have to defend his choices to journalists.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Ottawa is looking into the implications of Quebec's Bill 62, which would require Muslim women wearing a niqab or burka and anyone else using public services to uncover their faces.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is accusing Canada of playing "unconstructive political games" by passing its own Magnitsky law this week.
Lawyers for Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne have issued a notice of a libel suit against PC Leader Patrick Brown over comments he made suggesting she was on trial.
Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer spoke to small business owners in Waterloo region on Friday at conference centres in Cambridge and Kitchener-Waterloo, describing what he sees as 'irony' over Bill Morneau's proposed tax reforms for small business.