Breaking. Canada Post union issues notice – rotating strikes could begin Monday.

Ottawa – The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) today gave notices to Canada Post that job action will begin next week if agreements cannot...

Canada has ‘worrying’ questions about disappearance of Khashoggi: Freeland

OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says she has "very worrying" questions about the disappearance of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Freeland offered that assessment...

Federal government tables bill to transform prisoner segregation

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government tabled legislation today to transform the way it separates inmates in federal correctional institutions from the general prison population. Public...

MPs debate climate change after UN report warns of dire consequences

OTTAWA — MPs are spending their first day back after Thanksgiving break debating the perils of climate change. The emergency debate, to take place this...

Suspended vice-admiral’s lawyers demand government produce secret documents

OTTAWA — Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's legal team is demanding the federal government release dozens of documents that officials have deemed cabinet secrets, but which Norman's...

Grand Council Treaty #3 launches legal challenge to sex-ed curriculum dismantled by Ontario government.

A group of 28 First Nation communities wants to have its say in a court case challenging the province’s use of an outdated sex-ed...

Canadian Club sends notice barring reporters from Stephen Harper speech

OTTAWA — The news media has been uninvited to a speech by former prime minister Stephen Harper on Thursday. Harper was to address the Canadian...

Cannabis forbidden for federal prison guards 24 hours before work

OTTAWA — Federal prison guards and other front-line correctional workers will not be allowed to use cannabis 24 hours before reporting to work. The Correctional...

Labour, employer groups say feds to pass on rules for weed in the workplace

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government appears ready to roll into cannabis legalization next week without any new workplace impairment rules, leaving it up to most companies to set their...

Privacy czar asks Federal Court to settle ‘right to be forgotten’ issue

OTTAWA — The federal privacy watchdog is asking a judge to clarify whether the law requires Google to remove web pages from its search engine results. The Federal...