What kind of impact would a 10-year ban on bidding on federal contracts have on SNC-Lavalin? A former senior official in the administration of ex-Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson examines the situation.
B.C.’s Finance Minister Carole James says that there are two large risks to her three-year financial plan. One of them is the possibility of a global economic slowdown, while the other is the risk of not having enough people in B.C. to fill all of the available jobs.
An international committee of legislators wants executives from some of the world's largest digital and social-media firms to testify on disinformation and "fake news" when it meets in Ottawa this May.
The first Ontario legislative sitting of 2019 saw a heated battle of words erupt between Ontario students and Premier Doug Ford, with protests happening inside and outside the chambers and calls to the government to stop cuts to mandatory fees that students say will hurt the future of education services in the province.
Alberta will spend billions of dollars and hopes to make billions more as it brings in 4,400 rail cars starting as early as July to move a crude backlog in the oil sands industry as pipeline projects face mounting troubles.
A sister company of Google has been secretly considering some ambitious plans to develop Toronto’s entire eastern waterfront, giving the technology giant new access to tax revenues and development fees that would otherwise go into public funds, National Observer has learned.
Former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould angered senators by refusing to give testimony on a change to the Criminal Code that is now at the centre of allegations that she was improperly pressured to help SNC-Lavalin avoid criminal prosecution.
With a few swipes of his Sharpie, Donald Trump assuaged America's fears of another government shutdown on Friday, February 15, 2019, but not before declaring a national emergency at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Water quality monitoring groups around Lake Winnipeg are mapping the spread of phosphorus, which feeds the growth of toxic algae. They will soon be able to use a new online platform to collect, share and securely store their data.
On Friday, the leadership of Ontario's Cat Lake First Nation were at Queen's Park urging Premier Doug Ford and his government to step in and do what the federal government has failed to: provide emergency housing, medical assistance and fire teams.