The federal government is consulting experts and community leaders ahead of a new national anti-racism strategy, but in a series of secretive meetings to avoid them turning into public shouting matches.
Ottawa gave $12 million on Friday, October 19, 2018, to help a company extract magnesium from the waste of closed asbestos mines — despite warnings from Quebec's public health officers that the province's workplace protections are still lacking.
The back-to-the-drawing board environmental review of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project will assess the impact of increased oil tanker traffic out to about 12 nautical miles from the B.C. coastline.
Working in Canada's legal pot industry won't deprive you of a Disney World holiday but the U.S. government's about-face for cannabis employees doesn't change anything for Canadians who admit to legally smoking marijuana after next week.
Governor General Julie Payette says the criticism she is facing at the end of her first year in office is a natural course of events and in a memo to her staff she says they shouldn't let the critics get them down.