TORONTO — Ontario politicians took the unusual step Thursday of using time in the legislature to unanimously condemn a law passed by Quebec that bans anyone from giving or receiving public services with their face covered.
OTTAWA — Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott says the Liberal government expects to reach a settlement in the "near future" with a First Nations family that's been battling the federal government to pay for school bus service for a child with cerebral palsy.
NEW YORK — Sunday host Chris Wallace generally lives in peaceful co-existence with Fox News Channel's opinion folks, except when he hears some of them echo President Donald Trump's criticism of the news media.
SUNNY CORNER, N.B. — A New Brunswick RCMP corporal who was rebuked for publicly criticizing the force's top brass says he has been assigned to administrative duties for refusing to shave off his goatee.
ROBERVAL, Que. — It's not Ottawa's role to challenge a new Quebec law that forbids people from receiving government services with their faces covered, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday during a visit to the province.
TORONTO — As Canadian cities compete with each other — and dozens of jurisdictions south of the border — for Amazon's new $50-billion headquarters, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has pitched Canada to the company's founder.