61-year-old veteran MP has represented the riding of Vancouver East since 1997, winning six consecutive elections
Thousands of fans bid farewell to hockey giant
Former member of the Politburo accused of taking bribes and leaking state secrets.
‘Gender politics don’t play a role once you get beyond a certain number,’ chief justice says
‘Death by a Thousand Cuts’ memo suggested poorly executed austerity undermines trust and confidence in public institutions.
At a Mining Association of Canada luncheon, two federal cabinet ministers emphasized the need for ethical standards
Saskatoon and Ottawa-based companies helped build ground stations, software used by European Space Agency for historic mission
The federal government says the spy agency is in the dark over the legality of tracking overseas terror subjects
TORONTO – Police in Toronto have opened a criminal investigation into former star radio host Jian Ghomeshi.
A spokesman tells The Canadian Press that two women have come forward to…
Separatists in the wealthy northeastern region of Catalonia have been trying for several years to hold a vote to break away from Spain.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to turn away appeals from a handful of states means marriage bans are unconstitutional.
Political blogger Brad Cabana says the Muskrat Falls power project will cause him harm, and accuses the judge of personal bias
The Canadian model works, so let’s boost immigration and triple our population
The trial in Canada’s most shocking criminal case since Russell Williams’s began on Monday, with the accused murderer admitting he killed university student Jun Lin, but pleading not
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Byelections next month will fill four vacant seats in the legislature