The North, Still the Neglected Child: Northern Ontario Party

Wynne's government announces a new budget and yet again she ignores the North. There are going to be new hospitals in Windsor and Niagara,...

Security agencies warn industry of foreign espionage threat to networks

OTTAWA — Canadian companies should watch out when they use technology supplied by state-owned companies from countries that want to steal corporate secrets, the...

MPs vote to strip Suu Kyi of honorary Canadian citizenship over Rohingya crisis

OTTAWA — MPs have unanimously endorsed motion to revoke the honorary Canadian citizenship of Myanmar's de facto leader, Aung San Suu Kyi. The vote, on...

Liberals set table for school-food program, warned to avoid top-down approach

OTTAWA — The federal Liberals are being told to avoid creating a one-size-fits-all national school-food program to replace the patchwork of efforts to feed...

Ipperwash Report Recommendation Ignored with new Ministry for Indigenous Affairs: Grand Council Chief Glen...

ANISHINABEK NATION HEAD OFFICE (July 3, 2018)— Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Glen Hare says that while there is still a Ministry for Indigenous...

Pipeline decision too close to chastise B.C. at western premiers meeting: Notley

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says while other western premiers meeting in Yellowknife will be talking about how to spend money, she'll be...

Ontario strikes deal with educational workers; urges two others to talk

TORONTO — Educational workers have reached a tentative collective bargaining agreement with the Ontario government. Education Minister Stephen Lecce announced the proposed deal in a...

Transport agency asks for public input on air travel for disabled people

TORONTO — Canada's transportation regulator is asking members of the public to weigh in on how to make air travel more accessible for disabled people. The...

Increased border traffic likely as Canada, U.S. economies reopen: Freeland

OTTAWA — Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada and the U.S. are working on plans to deal with what she calls an inevitable...

CUPE school workers considering work-to-rule job action starting Monday

TORONTO — Educational workers are considering work-to-rule job action in Ontario's schools after contract talks with the government broke down Sunday. The president of the...