OTTAWA — A House of Commons committee is calling for repeal of a provision that allows Canada's spy agency to violate constitutional rights, with a judge's permission, in the name of disrupting national security threats.
SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — U.S. presidents looking to halt North Korea's push for nuclear weapons over the years normally haven't had very kind words to describe its dictators. George W. Bush, for instance, called the late Kim Jong Il a "pygmy."
OTTAWA — The Senate ethics committee has recommended that the upper house take the unprecedented step of expelling disgraced Sen. Don Meredith for engaging in a sexual relationship with a teenage girl.
OTTAWA — The former chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission calls "student-on-student" abuse one untold story of Canada's residential school legacy — an issue he says is linked to persistent sexual abuse and discrimination against LGBTQ individuals and "two-sp
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools Trustee Tom Fortosky said he worries renewing the notwithstanding clause every five years to protect provincial funding for non-Catholics could become a "political exercise."file photo/CKOM News Staff
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools (GSCS) is joining other separate boards pushing for the province to appeal a controversial court decision banning government funding of non-Catholic students in the Catholic system.