LABOUR has a secret plan to ban smoking in pub gardens, it has been claimed.
A Senate committee is calling on the Trudeau government to more than double defence spending over the next decade. A new report estimates that in the current budget year, defence spending will hit an all-time low as a proportion of the overall economy.
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould has introduced major changes to the country's impaired driving laws, including provisions that will allow for mandatory roadside alcohol screening and new criminal offences for driving while high.
Transport Minister Marc Garneau issued a pointed warning Thursday to all airlines operating in Canada: forcibly removing passengers from overbooked airplanes will not be tolerated by the federal government.
The U.S. Commerce Department says it will announce on April 25 whether it will impose duties on Canadian softwood, with any preliminary duties expected to be applied about a week later.
Emergency operators are raising concern that surveillance devices used by law enforcement could prevent some mobile phone users from being able to contact 911.
The federal government is failing in its obligation to fill court vacancies, says the Chief Justice of Saskatchewan's Court of Queen's Bench.