Former Quebec premier Jean Charest officially confirmed his candidacy for leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada on Thursday night in Calgary, telling members he...
Jean Charest, the former Quebec premier and federal cabinet minister, has formally announced he's running for leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.
President Joe Biden is expected to sign the bill into law, averting agency shutdowns ahead of the midnight Friday deadline when existing U.S. government funds...
B.C. charities that rely on volunteer drivers say the price at the pump is causing major headaches.
The city's public service is recommending council keep things the same when it comes to funding the Winnipeg Police Service.
The Commissioner of Official Languages has ruled that the nomination process of Gov. Gen. Mary Simon did not violate federal legislation concerning bilingualism.
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Gas price analyst Dan McTeague has predicted the price of gas will drop 15 cents in Metro Vancouver overnight to $1.99 a litre. Read More
The photos also show the heavy damage the Kyiv region has already suffered as forces move closer to the prime target of the invasion.
B.C.'s requirement to wear masks in indoor public places will be rescinded at 12:01 a.m. Friday, while vaccine passports will be eliminated on April 8.