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Leader Jagmeet Singh expels MP Weir from NDP caucus over harassment allegations
A battle over the merits of a carbon tax has been playing out between Liberals and Conservatives for more than a decade.
Hawking’s final theory on the origin of the universe has been published in a journal.
The C-130 cargo plane crashed in Savannah, Ga. on May 2.
The Canadian military has been getting heavier up top, and not in the muffin sort of way.
The Emergency Measures Organization says Saint John has hit water levels not seen since 1973
The federal government is willing to store data in the internet cloud as an alternative to its own aging computers
Police question whether car dangling from Toronto bridge is part of movie shoot
The Emergency Measures Organization is urging people to leave certain neighbourhoods in and around Saint John
Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz says Canadians have amassed a $2-trillion mountain of household debt
The special counsel leading the Russia investigation has floated idea of subpoena for President Donald Trump
Saskatchewan MP Erin Weir was accused by Christine Moore of having harassed several women
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promoted the expansion of retail giant Amazon’s technology hub in Vancouver on Monday as he used the region’s record-high gas prices to continue selling the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
After four days of painstaking “scientific” efforts to identify the victims of a horrific attack in Toronto, authorities released names on Friday
The Donald Trump era has been everything that immigrant rights’ groups feared, but they’re taking to the streets again
For the second straight year Trump skipped the event with the White House Press Corps.
An Environment Canada analysis says the federal government’s carbon pricing plan will eliminate as much as 90 million tonnes of carbon dioxide by 2022.
Politicians and religious leaders joined mourners in Toronto to remember those killed and injured
A 13-year-old and two 11-year-olds were hit by a vehicle with five people in it around 10:30 p.m., RCMP said.
South Korea said it will remove propaganda-broadcasting loudspeakers from the tense border with North Korea.