OTTAWA — Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan formally apologized Thursday to the survivors of a deadly cadet camp explosion more than 42 years ago, as he announced the terms of a settlement between them and the federal government.
TORONTO — The federal government unveiled a two-pronged effort Thursday aimed at improving Canada's ability to foster growth at a time when a rising tide of protectionism threatens to hurt the country's economy.
TORONTO — Canada's top court on Thursday upheld a lower court ruling in favour of investors who had launched a lawsuit alleging they were misled by U.S. President Donald Trump and a real estate development firm.
HOUSTON — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made it clear he is flatly against a proposed U.S. border adjustment tax, telling a global gathering of politicians and energy sector executives it would hurt the economy in both countries.
OTTAWA — The parliamentary budget office and the Liberals clashed again Thursday over the government's infrastructure spending program, with the watchdog saying billions were missing from planned spending and the government arguing the watchdog didn't read the numbers correctly.
OTTAWA — Some federal Conservative leadership contenders have given interviews to a self-proclaimed online journalist who regularly posts accolades to the superiority of white people, along with diatribes against immigration in general and Muslims in particular.
CALGARY — Canadian Natural Resources has struck a blockbuster $12.74-billion deal to buy Alberta oilsands assets from Royal Dutch Shell and Marathon Oil, boosting its exposure to the higher-cost sector even as soft crude prices prompt some large f