In a reversal, Sen. Lynn Beyak has been removed from the Senate's energy committee, less than a day after she was given the extra duties.
Sen. Lynn Beyak has been removed from all Senate committees, a week after a series of controversial remarks about First Nations people came to light.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau found himself in the midst of a whirlwind 10-meeting day in New York City on Wednesday as he prepares Canada's campaign for a temporary seat on the United Nations Security Council.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took his so-called progressive trade agenda to the United States on Tuesday, arguing that worker-friendly policies are key to saving public support for free trade.
Julie Payette, the retired astronaut who will become Canada's governor general on Oct. 2, has had her first audience with the Queen.
Saskatchewan MP Gerry Ritz has apologized for calling Environment Minister Catherine McKenna a "climate Barbie" on social media Tuesday night.
Veteran B.C. MP and former federal NDP leadership candidate Nathan Cullen has endorsed Jagmeet Singh in the race to pick a replacement for Tom Mulcair.
The sole candidate in the race to lead the Independent Senators Group (ISG) says Conservative efforts to brand him as a sympathizer with communist China are unfair.
Air force planners have advised that if Canada buys Boeing Super Hornet fighters, it would be better off with the two-seat variant because they would be easier to resell, according to documents obtained by CBC News.
The Liberals have come under fire for their proposed changes to the tax system from the opposition, small business owners, doctors and even members of their own caucus. So why are the Liberals more popular today than they were on election day nearly two years ago?