Ethics Committee Looks at Trudeau and Aga Khan
The Commons ethics committee considers the ruling that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's vacationing violated four sections of the Conflict of Interest Act.
WATCH and READ: Ethics Commissioner Report on Trudeau and Aga Khan
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faced the media after the federal ethics commissioner ruled his vacationing with the Aga Khan violated four sections of the Conflict of Interest Act.
2017: Highlights in the House of Commons
Relive some of 2017's most memorable moments and most-watched question periods in the House of Commons.
WATCH MORE: North Korea and the Nuclear Threat
North Korea's nuclear ambition will be a major focus in Ottawa today as U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets officials.
Today in Politics and Podcast: Wednesday
Bill S-5 is on today's order paper following question period in the House of Commons.
Selling and Taxing Marijuana: Plans From Ottawa and the Provinces
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the premiers discussed a potential excise tax on marijuana: $1 per gram up to $10, with a 10% rate on prices above $10.
Richard Wagner Named New Chief Justice of Canada
Wagner will formally replace the retiring Beverley McLachlin on Dec. 18, 2017.
Today in Politics: Children and Junk Food, Committees, and Podcast
A proposed ban on “unhealthy food” advertising aimed at children arrives in the House of Commons.
Today in Politics and Podcast: Finance Ministers in Ottawa
Finance Minister Bill Morneau hosts his provincial and territorial colleagues in Ottawa.
Today in Politics: Access to Information, In Committee, and the Podcast
Bill C-58 is back on the House of Commons order paper at third reading.
Today in Politics: ISIS Motion, Supreme Court, and the Podcast
The Conservatives have a motion on ISIS members and their return to Canada from the Middle East.
Today in Politics and Podcast: Cannabis, Security Bill, CRA Wait Times
The cannabis bill (C-45) is on today's Senate order paper.
Today in Politics and Podcast: Radicalization, Bill S-3, Defence Estimates
Today in Politics: Phoenix Testimony, Riding Names, and the Podcast
Government Issues Formal Apology For Treatment of LGBTQ2 Canadians
The federal government has issued a formal apology for the past treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and two-spirit Canadians.
Today in Politics and Podcast: National Security Bill Returns to Commons
The government's sweeping national security and anti-terrorism bill is back in the House of Commons.
Today in Politics and Podcast: Cannabis, Homelessness on Order Paper
Third-reading debate is expected to wrap up on the government't cannabis bill.
Today in Politics and Podcast: Motion on Morneau, AG at Committee
Auditor General Michael Ferguson discusses his latest reports at the Standing Committee on Public Accounts.
Grey Cup: Parliament, Politics, and Pigskin
Read and watch more about some of the political connections to Canada's most-watched annual sporting event.
1963 in Parliament: Death of a President
Today in Politics and Podcast: Immigration Minister Seeks Change to Screening Process
Auditor General on Federal Pay System, CRA, Refugees
Auditor General Michael Ferguson has released his fall reports.
Anti-Terrorism and Intelligence Bill Arrives for Debate
The government’s sweeping national security bill (C-59) is debated for the first time since being tabled in June.