Anti-migrant banners pop up, taken down in Montreal, including at Olympic Stadium

  • Incoming viceregal Julie Payette drops bid to seal her U.S. divorce records

  • Border crossers task force to meet, review next steps for asylum seekers

  • Delegation pays final tribute to those who fought in Dieppe, France

  • Anti-migrant banners pop up, taken down in Montreal, including at Olympic Stadium

  • Nova Scotia government to impose wage package on 75,000 civil servants

  • Rising old age security spending dampened by CPP increases: Report

  • Cornwall officials seek answers on arrival of Haitian asylum seekers

  • A NAFTA chapter focused on Indigenous rights will be crucial, Bellegarde says

  • Philpott urges doctors to help improve health of most vulnerable patient groups

  • Trudeau to be honoured guest at international-affairs gala in New York

  • Ottawa wants info on impact of nuclear-waste bunker on Indigenous community

  • Border-beer case could 'redesign' Canadian federalism: N.B. government

  • A by-the-numbers look at current, future spending on old age security

  • Family of MLA killed helping stranded driver gets tour of school named for him

  • B.C. Green party exerts pressure on riding sharing, promises legislation

  • Quebec mayor tells right-wing group to leave; says it won popularity contest

  • German softwood imports up tenfold in wake of U.S. duties on Cdn industry

  • Liberals face calls for transparency on ballistic missile defence

  • Haitian-Canadian MP headed to Miami to try to address would-be asylum seekers

  • Wants to lead new Alberta party: Brian Jean pushes for energy literacy in school

  • Ousted Manitoba backbencher asks court to strike down ban on floor-crossing

  • The Monday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories

  • Leadership candidate hopes Calgary Pride revisits rejection of new Alberta party

  • Ontario to move ahead with road access into chromite-rich Ring of Fire region

  • Liberal party begins process to find new leader in British Columbia

  • Harrison, candidate to replace Wall, distances himself from The Rebel

  • More people have overdosed in Vancouver so far this year compared to 2016 total

  • Manitoba no longer a holdout on health funding deal with federal government

  • Nova Scotia should delay expansion of pre-primary until next fall: opposition

  • Protesters opposing a right wing group clash with Quebec City police

  • NAFTA: 'Great deal of negotiation' still required after Round 1 of talks ends

  • The Trump Unit: Inside Canada's PMO squad to save NAFTA

  • Trudeau, Irish leader march in Montreal Pride parade

  • Status of Women Canada pushing for procurement to support female entrepreneurs

  • Right whale found dead off Cape Cod: researchers

  • Trudeau takes aim at 'racist' rallies, urges trust in immigration system

  • Federal appointee to race relations board under scrutiny for writings on Islam

  • New Nova Scotia data raises concerns about use of solitary confinement

  • Nunavut hopes first legal beer and wine store might curb boozing

  • Unpopular Saskatchewan budget hangs over leadership race to replace Brad Wall

  • Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

  • Message of love, tolerance spread at anti-racism rally in Vancouver

  • Wind fans B.C. fires, but growth of two largest blazes is limited

  • Saskatchewan Party sets Jan. 27 as date for vote to replace Premier Brad Wall

  • U.S. signals Trump's Buy American agenda non-negotiable in NAFTA talks

  • Canadian government delegation marking 75th anniversary of Dieppe raid