Nunavut joined the Canadian federation nearly two decades ago, but it's only now taking its place among the other territories and provinces surrounding the Centennial Flame on Parliament Hill.
While campaigning in a region of Quebec known as a sovereignist stronghold, newly elected NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said he would respect the province's right to separate if Quebecers voted in favour of it.
A first-ever national survey shows Indigenous communities jumping into partnerships on clean energy projects.
With the continued survival of the North American Free Trade Agreement appearing less certain, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau looks to maintain friendly dialogue with President Donald Trump and valuable ties outside the White House
Canada has taken the first formal step toward buying used Australian FA-18 fighter jets, upping the ante in a trade dispute with U.S. defence giant Boeing.
Companies bidding to design Canada’s new warships have been asked for an enormous amount of technical information, including the kitchen sink - and the owner's manuals for those sinks.
The national revenue minister says she is not looking to target the country's retail workers, even after Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) issued new guidelines to business owners that would pave the way for taxes on merchandise purchased with an employee discount.
Boeing is seeking to remind Canada how much it contributes to the country's economy with a public relations offensive. The television, radio and online campaign coincides with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's trip to Washington and his meeting Wednesday with U.S. President Donald Trump.
Respondents to a federal government consultation on criminal record suspensions were overwhelmingly in favour of giving automatic pardons for some crimes, and wiping the records clean for those whose crimes were minor or no longer illegal.
Canada's foreign affairs minister has told a Washington audience that she believes this is the most uncertain moment in international relations since the end of the Second World War.