U.S. agency rules against Canada; says softwood imports harm American industry

Canada's softwood lumber industry suffered another blow after the U.S. International Trade Commission unanimously voted Thursday that its imports have harmed the American lumber industry. In a 4-0...

Doug Ford slams federal carbon tax that takes effect in four provinces today

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford says there's no reason to believe Canadians will recoup the cost of the federal carbon tax that takes...

Trudeau pushes ratification of new NAFTA despite U.S. tariff threat on Mexico

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is moving forward with ratifying the new North American trade deal despite fresh tensions between Mexico and...

No one deserves this kind of tax-break

When you cheat on your taxes or make a mistake, you can expect to pay the price, but that’s not always the way it...

Scheer backs Brexit despite chaos, says it’s giving Britain back control of itself

OTTAWA — Canadian Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says his support for Britain's departure from the European Union is undiminished, despite the chaos Brexit has sown...

Mulroney urges government to send Chretien to China to win release of detainees

OTTAWA — Former prime minister Brian Mulroney says the government should enlist a former prime minister to lead a high-powered delegation to China to...

Premiers of Ontario, Quebec in Washington: urge end to trade uncertainty

OTTAWA — The premiers of Canada's two largest provinces are in Washington pleading for a modernized NAFTA that ends the trade uncertainty that currently...

Trudeau regrets Trump decision to pull out of Iran nuclear agreement

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the Iran nuclear deal wasn't perfect, but it helped prevent that country from developing a nuclear weapon. Trudeau says...

Minister for Seniors Stops in the Sault

Residents at the Ontario Finnish Rest Home had the opportunity to speak to the Honourable Filomena Tassi, MP of Hamilton West Ancaster Dundas, and...

Rare EI case leads to call for service changes to avoid stress for claimants

OTTAWA — Jelisa Phillips was confused when she opened the letter from Service Canada and found not cheque for sickness benefits, but a request for...