Minister appoints former CIRB chair to resolve Canada Post labour dispute

OTTAWA — Two weeks after the federal government legislated an end to rotating strikes by Canada Post employees, it's appointed a mediator to bring a...

“What the people of Ontario need right now is a leadership with a team...

Frequent readers of this column well know how much I value holding regular constituency clinics in communities across the riding. Having the opportunity to...

Ontario government fires 3 directors after Google deal

TORONTO — Ontario's provincial government has fired three board members from a government organization working with a Google-affiliated company to create a smart-city development...

Statcan chief: Agency can’t back down from push for new data sources

OTTAWA — Canada's chief statistician says his agency needs to do a better job of telling the country why it needs information and how...
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Northern families and businesses shouldn’t be forced to settle for less service

MPP Mantha calls for expanded hours at northern Service Ontario and Drive Test locations QUEEN’S PARK— Algoma Manitoulin NDP MPP Michael Mantha said that the...

Ontario’s auditor general set to release annual report today

TORONTO — Ontario's auditor general is set to release her annual report today, shining a light on the previous Liberal government's actions on issues...

Scheer opposes Canada signing UN compact on migrants, Liberals cry foul

OTTAWA — As Canada prepares to sign on to a United Nations agreement on migration, Conservative politicians are pushing back, saying signing it would be tantamount to...

Doug Ford says he wasn’t involved in hiring of family friend as OPP commissioner

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford said Tuesday that he was "absolutely not" involved in the appointment of a family friend to the top...

Ukraine calls for further Canadian sanctions on Russia after boats seized

OTTAWA — Ukraine is asking Canada to impose more sanctions on Russia as tensions between the two eastern European countries threaten to erupt into...

B.C. chief says one major oil spill could ruin her nation’s economy forever

OTTAWA — Leaders from several north-coast B.C. First Nations say if the Senate doesn't approve a bill barring super-sized oil tankers from the region...