It is time for web giants to pay their fair share

When a company does business in Canada it is expected they will pay taxes.  Whether they’re owned by Canadians or not there’s a cost...
MP Terry Sheehan Washington Steel Tariffs

Victory for Steel, Victory for the Sault

After productive meetings and negotiations last week in Washington, Terry Sheehan stands proud as the tariffs on Canadian steel are lifted. “Our government has worked...

A chronology of Canada’s standoff with U.S. over steel, aluminum levies

OTTAWA — Here is a timeline of key events in Canada's dispute with the United States over NAFTA, the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement and American tariffs...

Ontario takes steps to allow humane societies to enforce animal cruelty laws

TORONTO — Humane societies in Ontario may be allowed to enforce animal cruelty laws once the province's animal welfare charity abdicates its role next month. A...

NATO researchers consult federal government on foreign election meddling

OTTAWA — A leading NATO researcher says Canadian voters have a duty to think critically about the news they consume as foreign-interference threats loom over the...

Create new coast-to-cost energy corridor to get pipelines built: Scheer

TORONTO — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says Canada needs a coast-to-coast energy corridor where it would be easy to build pipelines and power lines. In...

Trudeau says U.S. state abortion bans are ‘backsliding on women’s rights’

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he is deeply disappointed in a "backsliding on women's rights" happening in American states moving to ban abortion access. Alabama's...

Ontario anti-carbon tax ad mocked for sending opposite message when on mute

The Ontario government's latest salvo against the federal carbon tax is being mocked online for appearing to accidentally promote the very cause it hoped...

Feds ‘deeply concerned’ by China’s arrests of Canadians Kovrig, Spavor

OTTAWA — Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the government is "deeply concerned" about China's decision to formally arrest two Canadians citizens it has...

Bank of Canada identifies climate change as important economic weak spot

OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada is highlighting its expanding concerns about climate change and, for the first time, is listing it among the top weak spots for the economy...