Plaintiffs in sexual misconduct and harassment military settlement hope for ‘cultural change’

With news recently breaking of the Canadian government deciding to settle a class action lawsuit for decades of sexual misconduct and harassment, plaintiffs in the case are coming forward with details of their experience and hopes for the future. One…

Justin Trudeau tours Port of Montreal with trade minister, key EU trade figures

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, on July 17, toured the Port of Montreal. He was joined by Minister of International Trade Diversification Jim Carr, along with President of the European Council Donald Tusk and European Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström.

MP probe of massive Desjardins data breach set to get underway

The massive Desjardins consumer data breach is under renewed scrutiny Monday as members of the House of Commons public safety committee return to Ottawa for an emergency meeting about whether the Quebec firm breached its duty to protect private information…

Prime minister to make Trans Mountain pipeline announcement in Edmonton

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi will meet with workers at the Trans Mountain Edmonton Terminal on Friday morning. The meeting is part of a two-day visit to Edmonton, which saw the pair hold a “Team…

Premiers address energy and national unity in Saskatoon

As the annual premiers meeting draws to a close in Saskatoon, leaders are adamant they agree on more topics than they disagree. However, divisions around resource development, the environment and national unity appear unresolved. Ryan Kessler reports.

Kenney tells premiers’ meeting national unity still threatened

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he still believes national unity is under threat despite two days of collaborative discussions with the country’s leaders. Kenney said his province contributes billions of dollars to Canada’s economy but is blocked in by some…