A newly released government document shows that federal officials feel stymied by data roadblocks in their bid to help policymakers tackle a growing political concern about the country's "gig" economy.
Canada's cities want all the federal parties to promise to pour billions more into the national government's decade-long housing strategy to make sure that seniors, urban Indigenous people and low-income renters aren't left behind by the tens of billions in already pledged spending.
Andrew Scheer made a pre-campaign play for parental votes on Tuesday, August 20, 2019, as he promised that a Conservative government would introduce a tax credit for new mothers and fathers receiving special employment insurance benefits so they can stay home with a new child.
The Liberals were warned on the eve of an election year about the political consequences of following through on a four-year-old campaign promise to review the employment insurance system, newly released documents show.
The pitched political debate about the future of Canada's nascent infrastructure financing agency doesn't reflect the ongoing behind-the-scenes talks on projects with provincial governments of various partisan stripes, says the Crown corporation's chief executive.
The diplomatic tensions between Canada and China took what Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland styled on Friday, August 2, 2019, as a positive step after she finally landed a face-to-face meeting with her Chinese counterpart to talk about two Canadians being detained in China.
Labelling a wine from the West Bank as a "Product of Israel" is misleading and deceptive, a Federal Court judge declared on Monday, July 29, 2019, in a ruling that tosses the politically charged file back to federal officials for a decision.