The minister responsible for modernizing the government's payroll told a House of Commons committee she received repeated assurances that the Phoenix system was ready to go when it fully launched in the spring, but declined to say who gave her those assurances.
A group that represents trial lawyers in Atlantic Canada is taking Ottawa to court in a bid to ensure the East Coast keeps its traditional seat on the Supreme Court of Canada.
The Quebec government is denying pressure from Ottawa had anything to do with its decision to scrap user fees. But a recent letter by the federal health minister suggests otherwise.
EU boss Jean-Claude Juncker has been caught up in a row over whether a journalist was told to soften questions he was asked during a high-profile YouTube interview last week.
Justin Trudeau tells a UN conference that it's not enough to applaud what Canada has done to help Syrian refugees — because there's much more left to do.
DONALD TRUMP has overtaken Hillary Clinton in the latest polls for the all-important swing state of Florida.
Parliament resumes today after a three month summer recess and the Trudeau government must start to tackle some hard choices it faces. Here are four things to watch as the House of Commons reconvenes.
Byrdie Funk had what some would call a quintessential Canadian life, until she received a letter from Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
Voters in the southern Alberta riding of Medicine Hat-Cardston-Warner will go to the polls on Oct. 24 to choose a new Member of Parliament after Conservative Jim Hillyer died of a heart attack in the spring.
LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn has often been accused of being a political lightweight but at least yesterday he dressed appropriately to tackle the fight he currently faces in the Labour Party.