Outgoing Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer today accused Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of driving away energy sector investment, saying his «weakness and fear» in dealing with opponents of oilsands development killed the Teck Frontier project «through delay and by constantly moving the goalposts.»
WATCH LIVE AT 2 p.m. MT as Alberta Premier Jason Kenney reacts to Teck's decision to withdraw its application for a $20-billion oilsands mine.
Bahamians are grappling with new and disturbing allegations, which have come in waves over the past few weeks, involving Canadian fashion designer Peter Nygard and his former neighbour, Louis Bacon, who both once lived in an exclusive gated community on the western tip of this Caribbean island.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is offering a glimpse of his strategy for winning a second term in office, more than two years before the next election.
Ontario health officials give an update on the state of coronavirus in the province Monday morning following word of a new presumptive case of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel virus, in Toronto over the weekend.
New Canadian players are rushing in to plug the gap in EV charging. But changes to the refuelling business model are also predicted to hurt established players.
RCMP in British Columbia moved its officers out of an outpost on Wet’suwet’en territory to a nearby detachment on Friday, but won’t stop patrolling the area — a move that partially addresses a demand set by the nation’s hereditary chiefs late last week.
Police and school officials on P.E.I. say they received an anonymous tip that someone was planning to bring a firearm to a school on Monday.
Hundreds of people gathered in a circle at a downtown Halifax park Sunday afternoon to speak against the Coastal GasLink project in B.C., and to voice opposition to local projects, such as the Alton Gas natural gas project.
A group of protesters has set up a rail blockade at a major train crossing in East Vancouver, just two days after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the rail blockades across the country have to come down.
The B.C. Centre for Disease Control says the province's 6th presumptive case of COVID-19 flew on an Air Canada flight from Montreal to Vancouver on Valentine's Day, eight days before she tested positive. Officials say they have contacted those sitting close to her and flight staff.
At around 1 p.m. demonstrators from Saskatoon gathered at the rail lines near Avenue J South, holding signs, placing pallets on both sides of the track and establishing a small camp of roughly 20 people beside the rail line.
The company that employed the security guard seen blocking a CBC News reporter's camera during a live television report outside the Ontario Progressive Conservative policy convention is speaking out, saying the guard took instructions directly from party officials.
Two officers have been placed on administrative duty pending the outcome of an investigation into the arrest of a 15-year-old boy in Bedford, N.S., on Friday night.
Emergency backup goalie David Ayers earned his first career NHL win in relief and Warren Foegele scored twice as Carolina picked up an improbable 6-3 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday after the Hurricanes lost netminders James Reimer and Petr Mrazek to injury.
Health officials in B.C.'s Fraser Valley say contacts of the latest presumptive case of coronavirus in the province may have attended school in Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows and the Tri-Cities, but that there is no public health risk in the region.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford kicked off his re-election campaign on Saturday night, a move he makes more than two years ahead of the next provincial election and on the same day union activists vowed to fight his government ahead of that vote.
Bernie Saunders played 10 games for the Quebec Nordiques, but he and others say his career would have been longer if he wasn’t black.
The mayor of the eastern Ontario city hosting Canadian cruise passengers repatriated from Japan after COVID-19 was detected on their ship promises to keep residents calm and informed throughout the quarantine.
It’s Curling Day in Canada, a chance to reflect on all the greats who have played the game over the years, celebrate those in the midst of their granite odyssey and spark dreams for the next wave of curlers.
Labour activists are holding a demonstration outside the Ontario Progressive Conservative convention in Niagara Falls on Saturday to protest cuts made by Premier Doug Ford's government.
During the inquiry, six adult, non-disabled women said Vanier had engaged in sexual relations with them as they were seeking spiritual direction.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today that while Canadians have been patient with protests that have blocked rail traffic in parts of the country, the situation is «unacceptable and untenable» and the barricades must come down but the army would not be used to make that happen.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today that while Canadians have been patient with protests that have blocked rail traffic in parts of the country, the situation is «unacceptable and untenable» and the barricades must come down.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is huddled with key cabinet ministers in Ottawa this morning as the government looks for a way to end a rail blockade that has gone on for more than two weeks with no clear end in sight.
A charter plane carrying more than 200 Canadian passengers from the Diamond Princess has landed at CFB Trenton in Ontario.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government is asking Parliament to spend an additional $2.1 billion on Indigenous programs and initiatives, above and beyond what MPs already have approved.
The fate of the contestants in the 2017 Conservative race show that losing a leadership bid is no way to burnish your resume.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says he's hopeful the RCMP's offer to leave their outpost on Wet'suwet'en territory in northern B.C. will lead to the barricades coming down, as talks continue to try and defuse the rail blockades crippling the country's rail network.
Cree leaders in Quebec are focused on reassuring a jittery population after announcing a far-reaching economic development agreement with Quebec regarding massive infrastructure improvements in the territory over the next 30 years and, very likely, more resource extraction projects.