For years, Danielle Smith and other Alberta conservatives have called attention to Saudi Arabia's human rights abuses in order to advance their own economic interests. Now, they're allied in a fight against reality — and our future.
Top executives from Canada's major grocery chains have agreed to work with the federal government on stabilizing prices, Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne says, but few details have been divulged about how that will be achieved.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is headed to the UN General Assembly with the planet at a climate crossroads — and Canada facing an ever more fraught relationship with the world's fastest-growing economy.
MPs on the federal natural resources committee want Suncor CEO Rich Kruger to answer questions after Kruger indicated the oil giant must lessen its focus on energy transition to ensure maximum profitability.
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry will be discussing drug decriminalization and public drug use in the opening session of the annual Union of British Columbia Municipalities convention in Vancouver.
Like most conservative politicians, Danielle Smith thinks less is always more when it comes to regulation and government oversight. Now, with hundreds of sick children and a public health crisis on her hands, will she give that a second thought?