OTTAWA — The Trudeau government has offered a glimpse of its vision for a new independent body to organize leaders' debates during federal elections, which it believes could be in place by next year's vote.
TORONTO — Ontario's highest court is expected to announce today whether it will stay a court ruling that upended the province's plan to cut Toronto city council in the middle of a municipal election campaign.
MOOSE JAW, Sask. — A family in Moose Jaw, Sask., went from joy to uncertainty Tuesday night, after they were reunited with a pet dog that went missing more than a year ago — then had that reunion cast in doubt.
TORONTO — The majority of Canadians are concerned about the use of e-cigarettes among youth, with almost 90 per cent backing a ban of the vaping products for those under 18, a national survey suggests.
OTTAWA — Canada began to experience an influx of irregular migrants in early 2017, when people began crossing into the country through unofficial pathways. Here are some key statistics about how this year's numbers compare with last year:
PAIN COURT , Ont. — Ontario Premier Doug Ford vowed to stand up for the province's farmers during a briefing on NAFTA talks in Washington this week, saying Tuesday that any version of the trade pact had to protect the agricultural sector.