New public opinion research shows awareness of what the Canadian military does is low among the general public and “virtually non-existent” among young people.
Canada’s ambassador to the U.S. says President Donald Trump’s repeated citing of national security to justify tariffs on Canada is wrong.
Canada’s border agency is set to announce changes aimed at releasing more immigration detainees safely into the community.
Justin Trudeau prepares for the next vote with three new ministers in the electorally decisive Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.
A look at who makes up Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet.
Canada will soon find out whether the deadly opioid crisis is having an impact on how long people are expected to live on average.
Ottawa will not pursue the deportation of a former child refugee and convicted criminal to Somalia, according to Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is vowing to “clean up” the government’s finances, in part by launching an inquiry into the previous Liberal regime’s spending.
The Seamless Canada program will address some of the more significant stresses on military members and their families while moving, Harjit Sajjan.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has avoided criticizing U.S. President Donald Trump’s behaviour Monday during a controversial news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The prime minister will meet with Premier Stephen McNeil and attend a barbecue in Antigonish.
The number of federal government public servants fired for misconduct or incompetence has risen sharply in recent years, according to figures obtained by CBC News.
With a cabinet shuffle in the works, a few Liberal parliamentary secretaries might find a higher profile helpful in what could be challenging re-election bids.
Well-wishers spilled out onto the sidewalk on Friday as Canadian senator Dan Christmas opened an office in Membertou, N.S.