No one knows yet if it will be red, blue or purple, but a tidal wave of energized voters is expected to flood polling stations across the United States today, November 6, 2018, as Americans deliver their early verdict on President Donald Trump.
Canada's spy agency says many members of the environmental and Indigenous communities see the federal purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline as a betrayal, and suggests that could intensify opposition to expanding the project.
Cities looking for more federal cash and a more regular flow of money to tackle poverty are being told that they will be able to tap into $1.25 billion over the next nine years through the Liberal government's cornerstone homelessness strategy.
Repaying hundreds of thousands of disabled veterans and their survivors for a calculating error that deprived them of some of their pensions for seven years will cost $165 million, the federal government says.
A family of Syrian refugees in British Columbia got a tax bill for $27,000 after the Canada Revenue Agency asked the parents to prove their children live with them in Canada — by getting a letter from their school in July.
The move — which saw six Progressive Conservative legislators reassigned — was announced in a release Monday morning, prompting suggestions from critics that Ford's government was struggling, and calls for the premier to explain his decision.
The Tsilhqot'in people have gained a new story to pass down to generations to come, after members gathered as a mass force for Prime Minister Trudeau's visit to Tsilhqot'in title land, to engage in ceremony and apologize to the community "the Tsilhqot'in way" for the betrayal and killings of war chiefs in 1864.