The authors of both versions of Canada's so-called Magnitsky Bill are Ukrainian-Canadians, and the Liberal minister supporting it is also. The Kremlin will tell its own people that this is just more anti-Russian activity from the Ukrainian diaspora, not an attempt to boost human rights.
In 1980, Roger Tassé led a team of Justice Ministry lawyers tasked with helping political leaders reach an agreement on The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
In 2011, the Royal Canadian Mint introduced a series of low-value silver coins to get more Canadians interested in collecting. But more than five years later, Canadians are returning the coins in droves.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended moving a federal immigrant and refugee processing centre from Vegreville, Alta., to Edmonton during an appearance at Edmonton's Telus World of Science on Saturday, as a small crowd of protesters gathered outside.
Giving people with severe addictions prescription heroin could save lives as Canada continues to struggle with a opioid overdose epidemic, says Health Minister Jane Philpott.
The council that oversees thousands of immigration consultants in Canada is in the midst of what many describe as a crisis, beset by resignations, infighting and harsh criticism from lawmakers and lawyers.
The U.S. industry groups and congressional leaders who support NAFTA has told the Trump administration to 'do no harm' in its renegotiations. The tone of Thursday's letter to Congress suggests that message got through — but this is just the pre-game warm-up.
Strained by unprecedented levels of displacement, the international system created to protect refugees has buckled and is failing the world’s most vulnerable people, says former minister of immigration Lloyd Axworthy.
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal has shot down an attempt an Italian aircraft-maker to halt the Liberal government's planned purchase of a rival search plane for the RCAF. Leonardo S.p.A. was told it does bot have standing before a Canadian tribunal.
Millionaire businessman Kevin O'Leary left the Conservative leadership race in late April, but his campaign still owes some people money.