Prime minister's news conference wraps up Parliament's spring sitting
'I told the immigration officer this morning that she was making me sign my death sentence' says father
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By comparison, US GDP grew 1.2 percent in the quarter.
Military will deploy frigate, patrol aircraft, and up to 375 Canadian Forces personnel
“I am a family oriented person, all I want for my family is a good life.”
Flood risk extends across 4 provinces — Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia
An underground electrical fire has caused a series of "explosions" in downtown Toronto.
Canada's defence minister has apologized for exaggerating role in Operation Medusa against Taliban
Quake strikes 85 kilometres northwest of Skagway, Alaska, USGS says
Officials said Canada is not likely to challenge the new tariff legally under the North American Free Trade Agreement or with the World Trade Organization until next year.
Canada recently changed its policies on ultra-filtered milk, a protein liquid concentrate used to make cheese, to favour domestic suppliers over U.S. producers.
No indication those facing charges will receive any kind of pardon
After visit to Ottawa school, Nobel Peace Prize co-winner receives honorary citizenship on Parliament Hill
Canada is open to more sanctions against Russia for its support of Syrian regime, PM says
Payout comes after Quebec, Ottawa poured money into Montreal-based aerospace giant
CBC News has learned that the legislation will be announced during the week of April 10 and will broadly follow the recommendation of a federally appointed task force that was chaired by former liberal Justice Minister Anne McLellan
Non-binding motion condemns Islamophobia, religious discrimination and calls for committee study
Police say Justin Kuijer, sought in death of St. Catharines boy, is armed and dangerous
Karim Baratov of Ancaster, Ont., was arrested along with 3 others in 2014 breach of tech giant