OTTAWA - New Democrat MPs want to take the battle over their allegedly improper use of parliamentary resources all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada.

Their lawyer, Julius Grey, wrote Justice Min

OTTAWA - The Canadian Space Agency is getting a new president.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced that Sylvain Laporte will take over effective Mar.

CALGARY - Federal Health Minister Rona Ambrose made an unexpected leap Friday from talking about health-care innovation to fears over the threat of the Islamic State.

Ambrose was discussing health ca

OTTAWA - The prime minister is honouring one of Canada's top trade negotiators with a top award for achievement in public service.

Ian Burney has had a hand in trade pacts with the European Union, So

A Quebec judge's refusal to hear a woman's case unless she removed her hijab in the courtroom sparked condemnation and controversy this week.

OTTAWA - A gathering of Aboriginal Peoples and provincial and federal political leaders has adjourned with a plan to keep talking about the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women.

The roundta

OTTAWA - A Quebec judge's refusal to hear testimony from a woman in a hijab has become the latest flash point in an increasingly tense relationship between Canadian Muslims and their governments.

OTTAWA - In 2014, the RCMP released a report on murdered and mission aboriginal women. It covered the period between 1980 and 2012.

OTTAWA - CeeJai Julian will never forget the last time she saw her big sister alive.

As they stood near the Balmoral Hotel in Vancouver's notorious Downtown Eastside on that September day in 1992, No

OTTAWA - A wounded soldier who lost both legs in Afghanistan and has had to prove to Veterans Affairs every year that he still needs a wheelchair, will now only have to go through the experience every