An email written by a Quebec Conservative riding association president is raising some eyebrows in political circles. In the email, Richard Hofer, president of the…View More Bill Kelly: Is a Harper comeback possible?
An Ontario court says a lawsuit launched by a would-be Conservative leadership candidate who is seeking to get into the race can go ahead. Jim…View More Judge allows lawsuit by disqualified Conservative leadership candidate to proceed
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he believes U.S. President Donald Trump fulfilled a pledge to raise the detention of two Canadians with China at the…View More Trudeau mum on why he is ‘confident’ Trump raised detentions with China
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is heading to Washington next week to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump. The Prime Minister’s Office confirmed on Thursday in…View More Trudeau will meet Trump next week to talk NAFTA, China ahead of G20
Former Peterborough Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro, who spent time behind bars for electoral offences, is accusing Canada’s elections authority of having a personal vendetta…View More Ex-Peterborough MP Del Mastro accuses Elections Canada of ‘personal vendetta’
Saskatchewan’s highest court ruled Friday that the federally imposed carbon tax is constitutional. Chief Justice Robert Richards wrote in the 155-page decision that establishing minimum…View More Saskatchewan loses carbon tax challenge — what it means for the rest of Canada
Nearly two-thirds of B.C. residents would like to help “elect” the province’s next senator, according to a new poll. The survey from Research Co. found…View More Majority in B.C. would back election for province’s next Senate nominee: poll
The Conservatives and the NDP are preparing for a push this week at the House of Commons justice committee to call former attorney general Jody…View More Why is Opposition pushing for Wilson-Raybould’s return to committee? To ask if Trudeau lied: Poilievre
Nine thousand is a number Canadians have been hearing a lot this week. That’s the number of job losses the Trudeau government says it’s worried…View More SNC-Lavalin: Does 9,000 jobs make it a ‘public policy problem’?
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland defended Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as a “feminist” on Tuesday amid the escalating controversy over allegations that he and his…View More Freeland ‘very sad’ about Philpott resignation over SNC-Lavalin affair, defends Trudeau as ‘feminist’
OTTAWA – As the frigid air of an Ottawa winter howled outside in January 2013, Jody Wilson-Raybould stood at the centre of a mass of…View More Jody Wilson-Raybould became thorn in Liberals’ side before SNC-Lavalin case