McKenna's “climate Barbie” exchange with Rebel reporter generates strong reaction

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  • Federal NDP leader witnesses opioid overdose crisis, break his heart

  • B.C. NDP premier tells celebratory convention delegates tough decisions ahead

  • BC Liberal leadership candidates debate rural development, opioid crisis

  • Environment minister confronts Rebel reporter about 'climate Barbie' name

  • Newcomers, the North and Stephen Harper: how federal politics mattered this week

  • Consider workplace safety in legalized marijuana rules, groups urge

  • Anti-marijuana activists target ads for 'Weedmaps' app in Montreal

  • Doctors worried about delivering services to rural areas of Saskatchewan

  • Federal threat to impose higher carbon tax on Manitoba 'misguided': minister

  • Eby speaks about 'rooting out racism' after posters appear at university

  • 'Overreaching extensively:' Notley wants Trans Mountain delays dealt with

  • Refugee head lauds Canada's refugee efforts but says he's hoping for more

  • U.S. judge puts halt to Canadian court order for Google to delist search results

  • Lock them up: How President Trump wades into justice cases

  • Rae urged to pressure Myanmar's neighbours to stop military's Rohingya crackdown

  • Universities heard gender balance message loud and clear, science minister says

  • Key breach-of-trust charge at gas plants trial fizzles; two others in play

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

  • Newcomers, the North and Stephen Harper: how federal politics mattered this week

  • New Calgary cancer centre finally moves from planning stage to groundbreaking

  • Mandate letter results so far: Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland

  • Abuse, corruption in Russia, Venezuela, South Sudan, targeted by new sanctions

  • Cities raise concerns over processing compostable coffee pods

  • Mandate letter results so far: Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould

  • Mandate letter results so far: Ministers Carolyn Bennett and Jane Philpott

  • Mandate letter results so far: Finance Minister Bill Morneau

  • Mandate letter results so far: Families Minister Jean-Yves Duclos

  • Mandate letter results so far: Environment Minister Catherine McKenna

  • Mandate letter results so far: Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan

  • Mandate letters: Optimism turns to realism as Liberals mark two years in power

  • Daylight time comes to an end this weekend -- amid renewed scrutiny

  • Trudeau marks 100th anniversary of bloody Battle of Passchendaele

  • Ontario names first 14 cities to host pot shops

  • Liberals to close PPP Canada after new infrastructure bank opens

  • Legacy Room initiative to open space in Halifax steakhouse where idea was born

  • Only two ministers ever held indirect assets without a blind trust: Dawson

  • Lucy Sager quits B.C. Liberal leadership race, throws support to Dianne Watts

  • Saskatchewan applies for intervener status on Trans Mountain pipeline hearing

  • Ontario Grade 10 students to be taught financial and digital literacy

  • Canadian lumber producers hammered after negotiations failed to reach deal

  • NDP announces task force to end B.C.'s medical services plan premiums

  • N.S. teachers union files charter challenge against bill that imposes contract

  • Fish farm protesters light sacred fire at B.C. legislature; protect wild salmon

  • After six-year wait, Lake St. Martin flood victims get keys to their new homes

  • 'No student will be outed:' Alberta proposes new rules on gay-straight groups

  • Tory MP accuses Liberal MP of intimidating her over House of Commons heckle

  • Trudeau applauds Payette for standing up for science in convention speech

  • Liberals open to amending Access to Info bill's refusal clause: Brison

  • Refugee levels disappoint advocates as UNHCR makes passionate appeal

  • Problematic U.S. proposals mean hard way forward for NAFTA: Canadian official

  • Saskatchewan raises penalties for drunk drivers with children in their vehicle

  • Manitoba government rejects bid for human rights protection of body size

  • Talks resume between striking Ontario faculty and colleges

  • Mi'kmaq partner with Clearwater to vie for lucrative Arctic surf clam licence

  • Ontario police to get new tools to search for missing people

  • Abandoning a boat in Canadian waters will no longer be legal: Garneau

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

  • New Brunswick hit with softwood tariffs, but rest of region exempt

  • Federal report suggests workplace violence rarely dealt with properly

  • Bombardier lands large potential C Series order; cuts deliveries for year

  • Ontario strengthening police oversight, redefining core police duties

  • Volunteers behind National Holocaust Monument hope for snow clearing solution

  • Canadian government researched how Trump could have achieved quick NAFTA win

  • Ski resort a step closer after high court ruling in Grizzly Bear Spirit case

  • Philpott calls emergency meeting with provinces on Indigenous child welfare

  • Google parent chair says company owes Canada, worried about U.S.-Canada relations

  • Federal lawyers ask court to block release of Senate scandal documents

  • Veterans Affairs minister on the mend following  emergency surgery

  • Post-secondary groups call for beefed-up mental health services for students

  • Vancouver eyes San Francisco program to protect cherished community businesses

  • Charm offensive: Montrealers to choose a mayor on Sunday in era of prosperity

  • Assessment says dam best way to prevent floods in Calgary in the future

  • Payette takes on climate change deniers and horoscopes at science conference

  • Canada not walking the walk on cutting greenhouse gas emissions: OECD leader

  • B.C. changes hunting rules to protect big game following wildfires

  • NDP says documents show health care impact ignored in Saskatchewan bus shutdown

  • Site C dam not within budget, could cost more than $10B: utilities commission

  • Poloz says Bank of Canada won't speculate on possible impact of NAFTA talks

  • What awaits Bob Rae? Abused Rohingya living in epic squalor in Bangladesh

  • Experts at international convention predict a safer future with self-driving cars

  • Alberta moves to ban age discrimination in apartments, condominiums

  • Liberal info bill could hinder Indigenous land claim efforts, watchdog tells MPs

  • NDP wants Libs to drop pension bill which they say puts minister in conflict

  • Alberta accepts call from experts to bolster programs to reduce opioid deaths

  • Canada to admit 340,000 immigrants a year by 2020 under new three-year plan

  • Missing, murdered inquiry calls for creation of national police task force

  • Feds preview peacekeeping plan with money for women's rights abroad

  • Ontario introduces pot legislation with steep fines for illegal dispensaries

  • Nova Scotia Tory Leader Jamie Baillie steps down, says party needs 'fresh face'

  • Highlights of Ontario's new marijuana legislation

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

  • A look at the next three years of immigration to Canada, by the numbers

  • Quebec premier leaning toward forming committee to monitor anti-corruption unit

  • Nova Scotia 'failing' on environmental project monitoring, auditor general says

  • Family testifies about pain of searching 24 years for missing Aboriginal woman

  • Talks to resume Thursday in Ontario college strike, minister says

  • Nova Scotia minister headed to Washington amid growing concern over NAFTA talks

  • Jewish groups question census results showing dramatic population decline

  • Parti Quebecois members celebrate Rene Levesque on 30th anniversary of his death