Trudeau delivers stinging rebuke to Boeing

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dropped the gloves Monday in his fight with Boeing, saying the government won't do business with a company...

Almost half of EI sickness-benefit recipients off work longer than help lasts

OTTAWA — An internal government survey of people who used federal sickness benefits has found that nearly half were unable to work for longer...
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Don Getty remembered as statesman, family man

EDMONTON – Former Alberta premier Don Getty was remembered Saturday as a family man, a statesmen, and a star CFL quarterback with a rifle...

Hockey comic Kelly Taylor leans on humour to heal after Humboldt tragedy

TORONTO — Saskatchewan comedian Kelly Taylor was booked for a cancer benefit outside Saskatoon the day after the Humboldt Broncos bus crash. But as the tragic headlines poured...

Police chiefs want new data-sharing treaty with U.S. as privacy questions linger

OTTAWA — Canada's police chiefs are pressing the Trudeau government to sign a new electronic data-sharing agreement with the United States to overcome hurdles in the...

Ont. Tories ready to ‘move on’ after Brown gives up leadership bid: interim leader

TORONTO — A day after the former leader of Ontario's Progressive Conservatives gave up his bid to reclaim his job, the party's interim leader...

F-35 stealth fighter, Super Hornet top list of potential new fighters for Canada

OTTAWA — There are five potential replacements for Canada's aging CF-18 fleet. Here's a closer look at what's known about the contenders: F-35 — Lockheed...

Trump pressure on Cuba could hit Canadian companies, business leaders warn

OTTAWA — Business leaders are warning that the Trump administration's threat to tighten the U.S. embargo on Cuba could sideswipe Canadian companies that are...

Liberal MP Drouin says allegation made against him at party’s Halifax convention

OTTAWA — Liberal MP Francis Drouin says an allegation has been made against him following an incident at the party's convention in Halifax this weekend. Drouin,...

Canada sees info ‘gaps’ about dangerous goods moving through North

OTTAWA — The federal government says it doesn't know enough about how, when and where dangerous goods move through the Canadian North, highlighting the...