Millroy : Something has to change

I don’t believe an admission of guilt should be a requirement to get parole. But that is pretty well the situation in Canada. The requirement reared...

Conservatives’ Scheer wants Trudeau to open Parliament Nov. 25

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is calling on the prime minister to open Parliament on Nov. 25. That's five days after Justin Trudeau is...

Metis veterans get long-awaited recognition ahead of Remembrance Day

OTTAWA — Metis contributions to Canada's Second World War effort are being recognized at a special ceremony in the nation's capital today. The ceremony comes two...
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Elementary teachers in strike position Nov. 25 after receiving ‘no board’ report

TORONTO — Ontario's public elementary school teachers will be in a legal strike position on Nov. 25, after the union representing them received a...

Ford Conservatives kill bill to save lives on Northern highways: NDP

QUEEN’S PARK – NDP MPP Guy Bourgouin released the following statement after Doug Ford’s Conservatives voted against Bill 125, Making Northern Ontario Highways Safer...

Ontario passes bill to cap public sector wage increases at one per cent

TORONTO — Ontario's teachers are preparing to challenge the government in court over a new law that caps all public sector wage increases. It limits...

Trudeau defends NATO as French president warns of alliance’s ‘brain death’

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is defending NATO after France's president suggested a lack of U.S. leadership is causing the 70-year-old military alliance's...

Liberal winners, losers gather in Ottawa after disappointing election result

OTTAWA — Re-elected, newly elected and defeated Liberal MPs are gathering on Parliament Hill to mull over the disappointing results of the Oct. 21 election and...

Small aircraft operators making ‘gradual drift’ toward unsafe flying, says TSB

OTTAWA — Small aircraft operators in Canada have fallen into a trap of accepting too many safety risks — and it has to stop...

Don’t force military court to hear Omar Khadr appeal, U.S. government argues

TORONTO — Forcing a military court to hear and decide an appeal from former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr is inappropriate, the American government...

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