Ontario passes law to ban scalper bots, strengthen ticket laws

  • Ontario passes law to ban scalper bots, strengthen ticket laws

  • Ontario Liberals ordered hydro firms to advertise rate-cut plan on bills: NDP

  • N.S. recruiting doctors, but vacancies persist: 'We will take as many as we can'

  • Feds provide more details on revisions to controversial tax proposals

  • Alberta MLA Derek Fildebrandt charged with illegal deer kill on private land

  • Man charged for driving more than double speed limit in safety zone

  • Montreal moves to ban sale of sugary drinks inside city buildings

  • Nova Scotia unveils community group grants, free Halifax bus passes for poor

  • Playing long game, new NDP leader Singh says of poor  byelection showing

  • Quebec to spend heavily to boost digital services throughout the province

  • Bombardier unions expect protracted trade dispute with Boeing over C Series

  • Ontario creates green home renovation rebate program

  • B.C. adoption rates 'disappointing,' declining this year, says children's rep

  • Bernie Sanders, others on political left push Trump to maintain NAFTA hard line

  • Montreal mosque denies  asking that female construction workers be barred from site

  • Canadian donations for Myanmar hit $12.5M, government to match funds: Bibeau

  • Last candidate to join SaskParty leadership run bows out to avoid vote-splitting

  • New Brunswick to seek new fuel source to replace coal in major power plant

  • Research lacking on medical pot, ample evidence of harms: doctors' groups

  • Trudeau boasts about  byelection results,  Tories and  NDP defensive

  • Alabama shocker: Six ways stunning Senate result upends American politics

  • B.C. announces Indigenous cancer strategy built on culturally safe care

  • Feds' ethics watchdog pick won't commit to probes of Trudeau, Morneau

  • Pot revenue-sharing deal with Ottawa means money for municipalities, Wynne says

  • New fighter-jet competition to have national 'economic interest' requirement

  • Trudeau appoints Richard Wagner as chief justice of Supreme Court

  • Intelligence reform needed to rebuild confidence, Muslim group tells MPs

  • Indigenous leaders sounding alarm over implications of legal pot regime

  • Brown dismisses Wynne's defamation lawsuit against him as a stunt

  • B.C. premier says pot smokers may face same rules as cigarette smokers

  • F-35 stealth fighter, Super Hornet top list of potential new fighters for Canada

  • Alberta MLA says he regrets firing woman after she made sex harassment complaint

  • Saskatchewan auditor raises concerns about sick days in annual report

  • 25,700 college students get  refund after strike, according to early numbers

  • Ontario enshrines Trans Day of Remembrance in law as Nov. 20

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

  • Pro-trade U.S. lawmaker to Wall Street: Wake up, and join fight to save NAFTA

  • Quebec's population rises slightly in 2016 to hit 8.4 million

  • Former female firefighter says she is to get official apology for discrimination

  • Sexual, physical abuse 'rampant' at Ontario training schools, suit alleges

  • All-weather road connecting 2 Manitoba First Nations to provincial highways done

  • Visible minorities feel less safe than other Canadians: Statistics Canada

  • Doctors call on Ottawa to exempt medicinal marijuana from sales, excise tax

  • Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques to head to space station in 2018

  • Horror-fantasy drama among four productions to get Nova Scotia funding

  • Garneau faces blow back from senators over air passenger bill of rights

  • Budget watchdog details millions in potential GST revenues on carbon pricing

  • Solar panels begin powering Fredericton High School on sunny days

  • A double dose of pointlessness: Two reasons Trump-Trudeau trade tiff irrelevant

  • Liberals nominate IRB head Mario Dion as next federal ethics commissioner

  • Polar bear capital of the world debating  sale of legalized marijuana

  • Atlantic premiers concerned about weed supply, push Ottawa to expedite licensing

  • Feds to give provinces 75 per cent of pot tax revenues, own take capped at $100M

  • Don't destroy gay-sex records, historians urge as bill moves through Commons

  • Liberals win three of four byelections, including upset in B.C.; Tories hold one

  • Liberals child care spending faces uphill slog to tackle high fees, report shows

  • Construction to go ahead on Site C dam, but cost soars to $10.7 billion

  • Fact-finding major goal for Canada at between-round NAFTA talks this week

  • Toronto library board revising room-booking policy after controversial memorial

  • A by-the-numbers look at child care costs in some of Canada's biggest cities

  • A chronology of events in the Site C dam project in British Columbia

  • Federal Health Minister discusses opioid crisis on first official Montreal visit

  • Liberals on track for $4B deficit in 2017-2018: FAO

  • No new direct carbon tax on consumers in New Brunswick: government source

  • Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne suing Opposition leader for defamation

  • Some reaction to the NDP's decision to proceed with the Site C dam in B.C.

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

  • PCs ask OPP to investigate ineligible expenses by power generators

  • Municipal party named after former Montreal mayor changes moniker

  • Economic advisers pushing feds to focus on business investment, job re-skilling

  • Relatives of murdered seniors set to ask to take part in public inquiry

  • Winnipeg woman charged in 2016 death of autistic foster home resident

  • Lyft starts global expansion with Toronto service launch Tuesday

  • Here's who gets ACOA money

  • Of government and golf courses: Mulroney's East Coast experiment, 30 years later

  • CannabisNB to be the name of recreational cannabis stores in province

  • SNC-Lavalin reaches agreement to repay Quebec municipalities for contracts

  • Bill Morneau insists federal government still has no plans for a Netflix tax

  • Thousands of veterans waiting as backlog for disability benefits explodes

  • Canadian financial companies funding overseas coal plants as feds push phase-out

  • Provinces, feds to square off over tax proceeds of legalized marijuana

  • Couillard's Liberals promise guaranteed minimum income for some Quebecers

  • Fresh questions about reboot of an underground Cape Breton coal mine

  • Finance ministers to talk changes to value, calculation of CPP benefits

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

  • Alberta United Conservative Leader Jason Kenney seeks seat in Calgary byelection

  • Teachers wanted: B.C. at 'crisis' point in effort to fill jobs, jobs, jobs