DRAFT Big 5 Truth, Trust and 2019
Gerald Butts (former principal secretary to the prime minister) appears at the Commons justice committee at 10am ET Wednesday, followed at 2pm ET by a second appearance from Michael Wernick (Clerk of the Privy Council) and Nathalie Drouin (
The National Energy Board has added 16 new conditions to its environmental assessment of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
The latest news on the Parliament Hill controversy involving former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould, the SNC-Lavalin prosecution, and allegations of political interference.
One riding will potentially elect the NDP leader to Parliament on Monday, Feb. 25. Another will replace the former NDP leader. And a third will send a new MP to Ottawa in place of a long-time Conservative.
When the House of Commons and Senate rise for the last time before Christmas, many who work in Centre Block will be saying goodbye forever -- or at least for their professional lives.
What will come of Friday's first ministers' meeting between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the premiers?
The Democracy Project is based on the belief that Canadian democracy is healthier when everyone feels they have a reason to participate and a reason to take an active role in their governance. That belief is founded on the understanding
The federal government plans to offer $14 billion in tax relief for Canadian businesses over the next five years as a response to U.S. corporate tax cuts, part of an economic update that promises a stronger push to diversify Canada's trade
This year's Remembrance Day also marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice to end the First World War.
David Johnston On New Debate Commission: Criteria Has “Element Of Subjectivity”
Former governor general David Johnston, who moderated televised leaders' debates in 1979 and 1984, is the government's choice to head the new commission charged with overseeing debates in 2019.
CRTC Hearing on Telecommunications Sales Practices
Recreational cannabis will be legal in Canada on Wednesday, October 17. Join CPAC on-air and online over the next week for full coverage.
Today-Aujourd’hui lets you see it for yourself: Excerpts from scrums, conferences, parliamentary committees, public hearings – highlights from the working day in Canadian politics.
Parliament Returns Monday: Five Key Bills To Watch
Firearms, trade, and the assessment process for resource projects are among the key government bills being considered in the House of Commons and Senate as Parliament returns from the summer break.
Timeline: 9/11 and Canada
Canadians, Americans, and people worldwide again pause 17 years later to reflect and remember the events of Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001.