WASHINGTON — U.S. Democrats are signalling a willingness to help Donald Trump implement parts of his agenda, while avoiding the obstruction-at-all-costs stance their opponents used against Barack Obama.
POINT EDWARD, Ont. — Federal officials said traffic was flowing smoothly across Canada's second-busiest commercial border crossing to the United States on Monday, despite a strike that began early in the day.
SUDBURY, Ont. — A former MP, who is now Ontario's energy minister, allegedly "sought certain benefits" to run in a provincial byelection, a Crown lawyer prosecuting two Ontario Liberals on Election Act bribery charges said Monday.
VANCOUVER — British Columbia is committed to First Nations taking over child-welfare decisions in their communities, the province's Children's Minister said Monday after receiving a report about how the current system has failed aboriginal children.