A group representing seven First Nations in Ontario and Quebec says it's opposed to a plan to truck highly radioactive liquid from the Chalk River Laboratories in Deep River, Ont., to a site in the United States.
OTTAWA — Canada is searching for a new "coalition of the willing" to forge trade links in Asia following President Donald Trump's decision to kill the Trans-Pacific Partnership, says the new Liberal trade minister.
OTTAWA — Gov. Gen. David Johnston found himself talking about Canada's system of private sponsorship for refugees during a trip to Sweden this week, arriving just as the Scandinavian country found itself in the crosshairs of the new American president over immigration.
HALIFAX — It will be up to Nova Scotia teachers to decide whether they participate in extracurricular activities as they adjust to a contract imposed on them through legislation, Education Minister Karen Casey said Wednesday.
LA LOCHE, Sask. — Six Saskatchewan cabinet ministers are visiting a remote northern community where staff and students at the high school said they feel like they've been abandoned since a deadly shooting a year ago.
IQALUIT, Nunavut — Nunavut's finance minister used his budget speech Wednesday to ask the federal government for more money to fund infrastructure projects that will help the territory pay more of its own bills.
BURNABY, B.C. — Premier Christy Clark says slashing British Columbia's health premiums in half gives the "biggest bang for the buck" to taxpayers, but an economist says she should have replaced the fees with a fairer tax to avoid losing $1 billion in revenue.