OTTAWA — Brad Trost is a proud social conservative who has no desire to moderate his views as he prepares to enter the Tory leadership campaign, but he will stop short of promising to officially reopen the debate on the definition of marriage.
OTTAWA — The top-level Trudeau adviser overseeing a possible extradition treaty with China told the previous government that China's so-called "economic fugitives" don't belong on Canadian soil, The Canadian Press has learned.
UNITED NATIONS, United Nations — Justin Trudeau's first speech to the United Nations General Assembly included some less-than-subtle references to the politics practiced by people like Donald Trump, in a year where populist nationalism has made gains in different countries.
VANCOUVER — Canada's open approach to immigration and its willingness to welcome tens of thousands of Syrian refugees is an "enlightened" move that will benefit the country's business sector, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says.
MONTREAL — The taxi industry's attempt to stymie Uber's entry into Quebec suffered a blow Tuesday after a judge rejected the cabbies' request for a temporary injunction against the ride-hailing company.