Three Liberal ministers came under fire tonight by opposition parties concerned about the government's pot plans.
The Liberal government intends to offer some kind of measure to soften the blow of proposed tax reforms, CBC News has learned.
Dozens of leading civil society voices are calling for changes to the Liberal government's national security bill to protect privacy and freedoms — the latest sign the high-profile legislation could be in for a rocky ride.
Liberal cabinet minister Carolyn Bennett is urging the leader of the Official Opposition to kick Sen. Lynn Beyak out of the Conservative caucus over her open letter about the status of Indigenous Canadians.
New figures released Tuesday show the number of asylum seekers arriving at the Canada-U.S. border almost doubled last month to 5,712, up from 3,134 in July.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is encouraging Canadian companies that work with Boeing to speak out against the U.S. aerospace giant's trade dispute with Montreal-based rival Bombardier.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau laid out his government’s parliamentary agenda for the fall Tuesday and quickly found himself answering questions about his own use of the country's tax laws to manage his “family fortune” in light of his proposed tax fairness agenda.
The federal Finance Department says the government ran a smaller deficit than it was expecting in the spring budget, ending its 2016-17 fiscal year with a deficit of $17.8 billion.
A group of international scientists is meeting Tuesday to try to convince parliamentarians there is no longer any doubt that common agricultural pesticides are toxic chemicals that are killing off honeybees.
Canada's privacy czar says Canadians should be "very concerned" about their cellphones, computers and other electronic devices being searched by U.S. border agents.