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Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart said the measures introduced by Ottawa Friday are a good first step in solving the grain backlog problem.
As we embark on yet another round of hand-wringing and hair-tearing over Quebec's place in the federation, prompted by the provincial election now under way, federalist Ottawa is eerily quiet.
The key to a Parti Quebecois majority government could lie in 10 per cent of Quebec's ridings where the party lost electoral nail-biters just 18 months ago.
A former fisheries enforcement officer testified Thursday that he was "surprised" when he was told by email to drop aquaculture charges against the brother of Deputy Premier Paul Robichaud.
Two people were wounded in a shooting on Friday at the central Bangkok site of anti-government protests, hours before Thai government officials were due to decide whether to maintain a state of emergency that business leaders want lifted.
It's budget day in Alberta and Finance Minister Doug Horner is expected to announce an improved bottom line due to higher oil prices.
Ontario will take a "huge leap' with proposed legislation to expand the powers of the ombudsman to provide oversight of municipalities, universities and school boards, Ombudsman Andre Marin said Thursday.
Finance Minister Jennifer Howard has already said there will be no big surprises or tax hikes in her budget this afternoon.
Nova Scotia's three main party leaders are calling on the federal government to launch a national public inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women.
After years of futility in his first six NHL seasons with the New York Islanders and Florida Panthers, the star goaltender found a home - and the playoffs - in Vancouver.
David Cameron has given his strongest indication yet that the G8 meeting in Russia will be abandoned as diplomatic pressure on Moscow mounted over its intervention in Ukraine.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad wall listens during a meeting in Washington, D.C., Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
The politician who will lead pro-Canada troops into the Quebec election has done something unusual with his federalist convictions: he's proclaimed them in public.
A worker on the production line at Chrysler's plant in Windsor, Ontario, works on one of the company's new minivans Tuesday, January 18, 2011.
A few hundred Thai anti-government protesters marched on the headquarters of the ruling party on Wednesday, while rice farmers remained camped in another part of the capital demanding money owed by the state.