The Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler tested the limits of Canada’s humanity in the lead up to the Second World War and Canada’s government failed that test “miserably,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today. The prime minister made the remarks as part of the apology he is now delivering in theRead More →

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer isn’t offering much light on Tony Clement’s future role in caucus after the longtime Tory admitted to sharing sexually explicit images and a video. Scheer said Wednesday he was made aware of an investigation last week and sat down with Clement on Monday, when it was decided Clement should resign his justiceRead More →

The federal government has unveiled the design of a new citation available to current or former federal public servants, Mounties or members of the military who were discriminated against on the job due to their sexual orientation. Liberal MP Randy Boissonnault unveiled the design of the new Canada Pride Citation, created by a designRead More →

A Liberal decision to set up a commission to organize federal leaders’ debates in the 2019 election without consulting other parties is an “abysmal embarrassment,” NDP MP David Christopherson complained Tuesday. Former governor general David Johnston, who is heading the commission, was explaining his intentions to a House of CommonsRead More →

Liberal MP Nicola Di Iorio, who has has not been seen in Parliament since the House resumed sitting Sept. 17, has announced for the second time that he’s resigning. Di Iorio told CBC News his resignation will take effect January 2019. Last week, the Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel MP posted a short message on Facebook saying Trudeau had assignedRead More →

The industrial conglomerate Siemens would invest more in Canada if the federal government lowered its corporate tax rate, the head of the company’s Canadian operations said Monday after a meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Siemens Canada’s president and CEO Faisal Kazi said while his company would welcome lower taxes,Read More →