BCE petitions Trudeau government to overrule CRTC on wholesale network rates

OTTAWA — BCE Inc. has asked the Trudeau cabinet to prevent the industry's federal regulator from slashing the wholesale rates that Canada's large telecommunications networks can charge smaller...
healthcare

Ontario starts merging health agencies, fires nine LHIN executives

TORONTO — Ontario is starting to merge the province's major health agencies such as Cancer Care Ontario and eHealth under one umbrella and firing the...

Quick Facts on Canada’s climate plan, compared to other G20 members

OTTAWA — Some quick facts about Climate Transparency's 2019 report card on Canada's climate plan as part of its annual report card on G20...

Metis veterans get long-awaited recognition ahead of Remembrance Day

OTTAWA — Metis contributions to Canada's Second World War effort are being recognized at a special ceremony in the nation's capital today. The ceremony comes two...

Elementary teachers in strike position Nov. 25 after receiving ‘no board’ report

TORONTO — Ontario's public elementary school teachers will be in a legal strike position on Nov. 25, after the union representing them received a...

Trudeau defends NATO as French president warns of alliance’s ‘brain death’

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is defending NATO after France's president suggested a lack of U.S. leadership is causing the 70-year-old military alliance's...

Liberal winners, losers gather in Ottawa after disappointing election result

OTTAWA — Re-elected, newly elected and defeated Liberal MPs are gathering on Parliament Hill to mull over the disappointing results of the Oct. 21 election and...
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Small aircraft operators too complacent about safety, say investigators

OTTAWA — Canada's Transportation Safety Board says small aircraft operators in Canada have fallen into a trap of accepting too many safety risks —...

Ontario to do climate change impact assessment

TORONTO — Ontario is looking to assess how climate change will affect the economy, the environment, infrastructure and communities across the province. The Progressive Conservative...

Gun serial numbers are not personal information, judge tells RCMP

OTTAWA — The Federal Court is ordering the RCMP to release the serial numbers of hundreds of its handguns in response to a request under the national...