OTTAWA — Finance Minister Bill Morneau will trumpet Canada's firm belief in a rules-based, multilateral trading system when his G20 counterparts host Donald Trump's new treasury secretary for the first time this weekend, officials say.
WINNIPEG — The war of words between Manitoba and the federal government escalated Tuesday as Premier Brian Pallister urged federal Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale to see for himself how asylum-seekers are straining provincial resources.
CALGARY — An Alberta private school that five years ago was found to have discriminated against two Muslim students by not allowing them to pray is running much the same as it always has, says the school's founder.
WASHINGTON — In a possible preview of upcoming NAFTA negotiations, U.S. lawmakers Tuesday urged a get-tough approach with Canada in several areas, including the supply-management systems that limit imports of poultry and dairy.
OTTAWA — The Immigration and Refugee Board is doing its best to cope with a growing number of asylum claims in Canada, but the federal Liberals must take action as well before an unmanageable backlog gets created, the head of the IRB says.