QUEENSLAND, N.S. — Just a few months ago Syrian refugee Ziad Zeina was contemplating returning to the Middle East rather than continuing to live in a Halifax apartment he described as dirty, small and cold.
WASHINGTON — The governor of Canada's central bank says policy-makers have a duty to explain the merits of free trade at a moment marked by anti-globalization sentiment lapping across different continents.
OTTAWA — Parliament Hill has been through a week of deep thought on electoral reform, and some innovative thinking on financing. But what was most notable over the past few days was not so much thought, but anguish.
MONTREAL — Former federal cabinet minister Jean Lapierre was remembered Saturday in Montreal as a loyal family man and as a gifted communicator who shared his passion for politics with everyday people.
SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's Independent Investigations Office is stepping in to probe a crash that killed a Mountie after revelations that police were trying to stop a suspect vehicle minutes before the collision.