'I am hopeful that we will have a clear mandate to pursue fairness in confederation': Jason Kenney
Visitors can only arrive to The Rig via ferry, yacht, cruise ship or helicopter
It’s reasonable to ask: how much time are our politicians actually spending on the job?
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China is mad at us again
According to Merck, its investigational antiviral halved the risk of hospitalization and death in a study involving 775 people with mild-to-moderate COVID-19
While a final tabulation for the whole province won't be available from for another week, unofficial results were reported in several of the province's largest municipalities
The emails sent in 2007 were flirtatious, and Gates propositioned the employee, says the WSJ
'There's a lot of distrust with regards to the motivation of those people that are refusing to get vaccinated and out there protesting and claiming it's a rights issue'
According to a new examination of CEWS, the program was as profligate as it was scattergun and would likely not pass the most desultory cost-benefit analysis
An office of digital rights and technology should be empowered to address issues like algorithmic transparency, says NDP's Charlie Angus
Thousands have shared an image of a memo that appeared to be threatening Canadian civil servants with immediate dismissal if they use 'let’s go Brandon'
'These calls are legitimate': Outreach campaigns to reach the unvaccinated now include phone calls to anyone with a health card
Kobe Bryant's widow claims anxiety, depression from invasion of privacy resulting from leaked photos
'They don't have a bottom, they have a crotch string,' explains one of the employees
'Collectively, they could have gotten together and done something'
Under the equalization program 'have not' provinces receive equalization payments, while 'have' provinces do not
Iain Stewart played a central role in government efforts to block publication of documents regarding the firing of two scientists from a Winnipeg microbiology lab
'It’s clear that the $600 million "urgent" election was nothing more than a power grab for Justin Trudeau trying to secure a majority government'
Everybody hates Doug Ford but he might win reelection anyway
The case involves a N.Z. man who was adopted by an Aboriginal family and was 'treated as a member of that family'
The Canadian soccer phenom has garnered the attention of even casual sports fans coast to coast
The Liberal government is more focused on redistributing the existing economic pie than generating the wealth needed to ensure future prosperity
The iconic ex-pairing had allegedly agreed to divide the royalties equally after their divorce
A 25-year-old man was arrested at the scene. Police said the early investigation has revealed a 'potential motivation linked to Islamist extremism'
Authorities using tracking dogs and helicopters thus far have turned up no sign of Laundrie in the 25,000 acre alligator-infested swamp
As Canada considers COVID boosters for the general population and a vaccine rollout for millions of children aged five to 11, NACI is suddenly silent
Worried parents complained that rocker's Instagram posts 'blatantly showed Satanic symbols and allegiance to Satanic practices'
Trudeau promised transparent bidding if re-elected for another term. Here’s what it means for housing prices if he follows through
The newest addition to the Daniels Erin Mills master-planned development caters to up-sizers and downsizers
Remember SNC-Lavalin? They're suing us
Unfavourability ratings climb for all three party leaders — with Ford's higher than the others'
PLUS: Alberta's equalization referendum and why even Harjit Sajjan would be happy to be put out of his misery as defence minister
Admitted Tuesday with sepsis, he 'is on the mend,' his spokesperson says
Supply and demand 'out of balance,' an expert says, with excess of some products and dearth of others — and a lack of workers compounding it all
Whether you're after a mall, a casino or a historic battlefield, our southern neighbour will surely appreciate the visit
'The pain of losing a child is terrible enough without having that loss compounded by a public debate about the circumstances.... I’m sorry'
World Cup quality, his slick steal of the ball from under Panama's feet has already gone down as historic
Reuters fact check: Some online users said use of the mannequin was proof that Alberta ICUs were not busy
Jamie Costa nails the body language, the voice, the mannerisms and even the tiny facial tics for which the actor Robin Williams was known
The €60 million project uses 5G to transmit data to control the automated trains
Why it's good you hate the Senate
Inconsistent rules hampering recovery of business and travel, politicians and industry groups say
Former employee sues over misrepresentations of editorial integrity, saying publication advocated for repression in Middle East
The federal cannabis regulations were designed to keep blackmarket product and unsavoury characters out of the legal cannabis industry
'Why don’t we leave the destiny of China to the Chinese people who live inside?... Any time you’re interfering, what happens? You just raise the nationalism'
One hour's use of a gas-powered leaf blower is equivalent to driving a car 1,700 kilometres in terms of emissions