Plane crash in northern Saskatchewan results in injuries, but no fatalities: RCMP
The plane carrying 25 people on board was en route to Stony Rapids on a regularly scheduled flight when it crashed.
Senior PMO staffer being investigated for allegations of ‘inappropriate behaviour’
Claude-Éric Gagné, deputy director of operations for the Prime Minister’s Office, said Wednesday that he “challenges the veracity” of the allegations. Quebec broadcaster TVA reported that multiple women have accused Gagné of “inappropriate behaviour.”
Hillary Clinton says Alabama win is a ‘turning point’ against Trump
Clinton told a crowd of more than 5,000 people gathered in Vancouver on Wednesday that the Democrats’ electoral upset in Republican territory has made her feel “a tiny bit less” concerned about the future of her country.
Sex-ed to be compulsory in Quebec schools as of September, Premier Philippe Couillard says
The September courses will be for about one million students from Grade 1 through Grade 11.
Fight over licence plates banned on job sites escalates between Alberta and Saskatchewan
Alberta Economic Development Minister Deron Bilous said if the ban is still in place Thursday, Alberta will file the paperwork to try to get it overturned.
Feds offer more details on tax-proposal changes
The latest tweaks would allow for income sprinkling if family members contribute to the business, and ease proposed passive-investment income restrictions.
New CPP changes give survivors full benefits immediately
Newly approved changes will mean widows and widowers, regardless of age, will receive full survivors benefits, changing five decades of federal policy.
Ottawa opens doors for Canadian arms exports to Ukraine
Canadian companies and individuals can now apply for permission to export prohibited weapons and equipment to the country.
Canadian Forces touts plan to buy Australian F-18s by posting wrong photo on Facebook
Rather than the 30-year-old F-18s that Canada is planning to buy, the picture posted depicts the very planes the government has rejected, the Super Hornets.
How many political lives does Kent Hehr have?
The Liberal cabinet minister’s empathy tank has run dry and he has become a liability, Tim Harper writes.