Listening to Nate’s accent feels like watching a black & white 30’s movie....
Housing Minister Sean Fraser says the government is still considering a wide range of potential moves to help ease the acute housing insecurity Canadians across the country are feeling.
The federal government has introduced new guidelines for employees who want to use artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT on the job to ensure the technology is being used responsibly, says Treasury Board President Anita Anand.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi conveyed strong concerns about protests in Canada against India to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the sidelines of the G20 summit in New Delhi, according a statement by India.
Canada’s housing minister says the federal government isn’t ruling out changes to its ambitious immigration targets, but maintains the country should also focus on what it can do to increase housing supply when it comes to addressing current housing challenges.
Conservative delegates voted Saturday to add some new social conservative policies to their policy playbook including a proposal to limit access to transgender health care for minors and to do away with vaccine mandates.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is stuck in India due to technical issues on his plane, following a G20 leaders' summit in New Delhi.
Immigration Minister Marc Miller and student advocates across the country say they’re worried about the stigmatization of immigrants and international students who may be singled out because of the housing crisis.
A dozen prime ministers lived in the home between 1951 and 2015, including Stephen Harper and Justin Trudeau's father, Pierre Elliott Trudeau.
Mississauga - Following last week’s incident where an Air Canada passenger was forced to sit on a vomit covered seat, the air line says they’ve taken steps to ensure that won’t happen again as long as flyers are willing pay. The airline has introduced a new seating tier called “Vomit Free”, that wi
OTTAWA - As employees continue to express their desire to work from home, owners of downtown office buildings aren't sure what they will do with all this unused space. Also in unrelated news Canada has a huge shortfall in terms of housing supply that is on the verge of causing a financial crisis.
We sat down with Ontario Premier Doug Ford to discuss the Greenbelt scandal and how he plans to fix his damaged reputation.
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The Conservative Party's moment has come to sell Canadians on its 'common sense' plan, Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre told his caucus on Thursday, as they gathered in Quebec City for the federal party's three-day policy convention where controversial policy pitches risk impacting the party's broadening appeal.
The Bank of Canada may have to raise interest rates further, given that inflation may stay high for some time, said governor Tiff Macklem Thursday.
If Trudeau hears them out — and his backbench musters up the courage to speak, MPs predict “sparks will fly” when the Liberal caucus meets next week.
Governor Tiff Macklem defended the Bank of Canada's operational independence on Thursday as the central bank's interest rate decisions face political commentary.
Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc said Thursday the government plans to meet in the coming days with Han Dong — the MP who left Liberal caucus to fight a claim that he meddled in the detentions of two Canadians — to discuss his future with the Liberal Party.
Quebec City, where Conservatives have gathered for leader Pierre Poilievre's first convention, has long been the party's base of support in the province. But with the Tories now riding high in the polls, how much do they need a Quebec breakthrough?