Deal, or no NAFTA deal, uncertainty means consumers lose out, say experts

OTTAWA — Under almost any normal circumstance, the negotiation of a trade pact between countries should result in benefits for consumers, say experts who...

Trudeau names nine new parliamentary secretaries, removes four from roster

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced changes to his parliamentary secretary roster Friday, stripping some of their title and adding new names to the...

PM determined to build pipeline, tackle climate change despite court ruling

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau says his government remains committed to getting the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion built and also to its national climate-change plan...

A Labour Day Message From Rory Ring Candidate for Mayor

As the summer winds down and we busy ourselves with preparing for the coming fall season, it’s an ideal time to reflect on the...

Health groups call on Ontario to rethink position on overdose prevention sites

TORONTO — More than 100 health groups urged Doug Ford and Ontario's health minister on Thursday to reconsider the province's position on overdose prevention...

Develop free speech policies or face funding cuts, Ontario tells colleges

TORONTO — Ontario colleges and universities must come up with free speech policies or face funding cuts, the Progressive Conservative government said Thursday, delivering...

Liberals eye closer look at ‘right to disconnect’ in labour rule revamp: report

OTTAWA — The federal Liberals are considering whether a reshape of federal labour standards should include giving workers the right to ignore their job-related emails at home. The...

Energy stocks weigh on stock market after appeal court Trans Mountain ruling

TORONTO — Energy stocks weighed on Canada's main stock index in the wake of a Federal Court of Appeal decision to quash the approval...

Canada’s economy surges in second quarter on higher exports: StatCan

OTTAWA — A surge in exports of energy, aircraft and pharmaceutical products helped propel Canada's economy higher in the second quarter of this year,...

Bernier’s closest caucus ally, Alex Nuttall, won’t join his new party

OTTAWA — Maxime Bernier's closest caucus ally says he has no plans to join the renegade Quebec MP's new party. Conservative MP Alex Nuttall played a...

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