Emergency operators are raising concern that surveillance devices used by law enforcement could prevent some mobile phone users from being able to contact 911.
LIAM FOX has defiantly declared the Government won’t allow EU chiefs to block Britain’s involvement in ongoing trade talks over the next two years.
MARINE Le Pen is attempting to build support from blue-collar voters by shifting left when it comes to economic policy.
A LABOUR shadow minister was left squirming today after being asked to explain her opposition to new grammar schools despite top party figures choosing selective education for their own children.
The federal government is failing in its obligation to fill court vacancies, says the Chief Justice of Saskatchewan's Court of Queen's Bench.
What we already know and what to watch for as Justin Trudeau's government unveils its plans to legalize and regulate cannabis.
Canada’s first parliamentary budget officer is raising concerns with proposed Liberal legislation that he says would be detrimental to the office’s independence.
Malala Yousafzai's appearance in the House of Commons Wednesday was another occasion to recognise Canada's best intentions. And a reminder of how much more this country might do to lead the world.
THERESA May today warned the Army’s newest officers their mission to protect their country had been made “more complex” than ever by terrorism and other cross-border threats.
The country's chief of defence staff is planning to dismantle an often-criticized support unit for the wounded established during the Afghan war. Gen. Jonathan Vance told a Senate committee that the Joint Personnel Support Units will be folded into a wider, more professional organization.