B.C. not meeting women's rights as established by UN: report card

  • B.C. not meeting women's rights as established by UN: report card

  • Prime Minister Justin Trudeau begins last day of his trip to China.

  • Montreal events mark anniversary of 1989 shootings

  • Site C decision could come as early as Friday as B.C. NDP cabinet meets

  • Great plate fight: Saskatchewan, Alberta tussle over job site licence plates

  • Judge finds Ali Omar Ader guilty in Amanda Lindhout kidnapping case

  • Saskatchewan legislation calls for unpaid leave for domestic violence victims

  • Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc to begin treatment for leukemia

  • Feds to address First Nations child welfare funding gap, but no dollar details

  • Canadians urged to exercise caution in Middle East ahead of protests

  • Montreal police chief suspended and replaced by head of provincial force

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

  • Liberals to push for gender equality during Canada's turn at helm of G7 summit

  • Feds planning to push back delivery date for new fighter jets: sources

  • Deadline to apply for college tuition refund passes, government to release stats

  • Tidal wave moment: In one day, #MeToo cause makes political, cultural landfall

  • Teachers, other school employees are taking more sick days, Ontario auditor says

  • Then there were five: Search narrowed for place to store used nuclear fuel

  • Three-month-old Ulysses joins Bloc MP parents in Commons, sounds unimpressed

  • Ontario cap-and-trade auctions bring in nearly $2B this year

  • 'Absolutely concerned' by alleged abuse of P.E.I. students: federal minister

  • Alberta Energy Regulator to ask tougher questions of oil well applicants

  • Waits for cancer biopsies not meeting targets: Auditor General

  • Ontario AG's annual report digs into energy, sick days, ad costs

  • Ontarians pay millions for ineligible power generator costs, auditor finds

  • Door opens to more aid for Saskatchewan ranchers hit by fall wildfires

  • Muslim, liberties groups call on senators to revise preclearance bill

  • Bank of Canada holds rate but cautiously signals hikes are on the horizon

  • N.L. premier wins injunction preventing reporting on documents in murder case

  • Auditor general says Yukon government falls short on combating climate change

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  • Tillerson, Trudeau to meet to discuss North Korea, says U.S. diplomat

  • Government faces balancing act on marketing, packaging of legal marijuana

  • Canada's ambassador for climate change leaves post after husband's death

  • Lights, camera, investigation: Alberta NDP seek probe into Kenney video shoot

  • Alberta United Conservatives introduce bill to help kids needing intervention

  • B.C. casinos must declare cash deposits in new rules over money laundering

  • Saskatchewan legislation to let landlords make the rules on tenants' use of pot

  • Former Alberta premier Dave Hancock appointed a judge in provincial court

  • B.C. sets minimum age of 19 to consume marijuana, plans mix of retail sales

  • China not able to join Canada-U.K. coal phase out alliance: McKenna

  • Quebec union of municipalities says no to pot near schools or in poor districts

  • Saskatchewan lab's coding error sends wrong results of drug testing to doctors

  • Couillard bemoans lack of qualified labour in Quebec

  • The right woman for the job: Quebec women's federation chooses first trans leader

  • Ridding the Indian Act of sexism could cost $400M a year, budget watchdog warns

  • Pro-NAFTA American lawmakers press Trump at meeting

  • A brief look at provincial approaches to recreational marijuana sales

  • Survivors slam disabilities minister; Hehr sorry for  'insulting' comments

  • Legal age to smoke pot in Manitoba to be 19; home-growing will be banned

  • Bill would create Ontario poet laureate position in memory of Gord Downie

  • Is the increasingly assertive Xi the same man Trudeau met last year?

  • Ontario gas plant 'gamed' the system out of $100M, report finds

  • Alberta sets aside $1.4 billion for industry to reduce carbon emissions

  • Respect for others a key for Supreme Court nominee Sheilah Martin

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

  • Feds reject controversial French-Italian warship proposal

  • Ontario changing auto insurance system; aiming to tackle fraud, lower rates

  • B.C. court orders protesters to stop blocking homeless housing project

  • War Museum teams up with soldier's great-granddaughter to buy Victoria Cross

  • New Brunswick politician taking break from legislature to battle breast cancer

  • The assault on Mueller: six ways Russia investigation is under attack

  • Ontario auditor general to examine health care, school boards, electricity

  • Federal government unveils ads warning of drug-impaired driving dangers

  • Trudeau says trade with China an answer to rising populism

  • Softwood exports to U.S. down but it's not causing big financial pinch

  • A taxing problem: how to price, tax legal weed to stamp out the black market

  • MPs give Equifax Canada's chief privacy officer a rough ride over data breach

  • Liberal MP accuses Tory James Bezan of 'humiliating' comments, sexual in nature

  • Disabled veterans vow to continue fight with government despite legal setback

  • Feds willing to give more pot tax revenue to provinces to help municipalities

  • Health Canada branch shipped to new Indigenous Services Department

  • Quebec government outlines $36.4 million plan to help struggling news industry

  • Kinder Morgan and Burnaby clash in NEB hearing over Trans Mountain project

  • Saskatchewan's climate-change plan includes buying carbon offsets, no carbon tax

  • New Montreal bridge currently being built had 2,000 defects: report

  • Manitoba regulator approves auto insurance hikes, and wants more jurisdiction

  • Alberta introduces rules to keep third parties from abusing fundraising rules

  • B.C. launches review of devastating floods and fire seasons

  • Alberta Party releases rules for leadership race, changes date of contest

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

  • Supreme Court to hear bid to reopen lopsided Churchill Falls hydro deal

  • Ontario spending $93 million to expand bike lanes across the province

  • Family's heart-rending case prompts call for autism strategy: 'We are not alone'

  • Trudeau names new senators for Nova Scotia, Manitoba

  • Renters and Airbnb landlords square off as Toronto considers new short-term rental rules

  • Nova Scotia doctors group confirms lawsuit is proceeding against province

  • Tears flow at Thunder Bay hearing for missing and murdered Indigenous women inquiry

  • Legalization of recreational weed unlikely to kill pot black market right away

  • Quebec's female legislature members say they've experienced sexual misconduct

  • Defence chief says cost will have bearing on selection of peacekeeping missions

  • Quebec premier joins protest in support of Davie shipyard workers

  • Injured veterans to learn whether lawsuit over disability pensions can proceed

  • Feds fear expanding Home Buyers' Plan would fuel hot housing market: document

  • Poll suggests majority of Canadians backs outright ban on guns in urban areas

  • Sri Lankan family makes final plea to stay in Montreal ahead of deportation

  • 'Particularly vulnerable:' Proposed law offers protection to Alberta pet owners

  • 'It's very unusual:' Lake Louise in court over endangered species charges

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

  • Ontario won't meet 2020 electric vehicle target, analysts say

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