1 hr ago | National Post
Memo to Stephen Harper in 2007 downplayed a Canadian casualty rate in Afghanistan up to 10 times higher than allies A newly declassified memo that was sent to Prime Minister Stephen Harper during the height of the Afghanistan mission downplayed statistics showing Canadian troops were suffering significantly higher casualty rates than their allies.
5 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
In the midst of a raging scandal over the abuse of taxpayers' money by senators, the Senate has hired two speakers to help denizens of the maligned upper chamber feel better about themselves.
9 hrs ago | The Province
Last Saturday, Banff mechanic Tim Bartlett was christening a new motorcycle through the Rocky Mountains when he had a rare wildlife encounter that was equal parts terrifying and enchanting.
12 hrs ago | National Post
Stephen Harper said Tuesday that it was inappropriate for Justin Trudeau to take money from charities, but refused to elaborate on claims that his taxpayer-funded office distributed documents to the media about the story.
16 hrs ago | Canada.com
Russia and other G8 leaders have found some common ground on Syria but not necessarily on the future of the Assad regime, calling for resumption of peace talks - including moving to a "transitional" government - condemning the use of chemical weapons, and committing billions of dollars in humanitarian aid.
20 hrs ago | Farmington Daily Times
The final day of the G-8 summit of wealthy nations is ending with discussions on globe-trotting corporate tax dodgers, a lunch with leaders from Africa, and suspense over whether Russia and Western leaders can avoid diplomatic fireworks over their deadlock on Syria s civil war.
Carol Harrison from the Mission and Outreach Committee of Knox United Church, MP Nathan Cullen constituency assistant Francoise Godet and Robert Hart from the Northwest Branch of the BC Association of Social Workers post letters to Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
A witness in an Elections Canada investigation has written to Prime Minister Stephen Harper and House of Commons Speaker Andrew Scheer complaining that Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro's attacks on him appear to be designed to interfere with the investigation.
Jacobson, who leaves July 4 after a four-year stint, said in an interview with The Associated Press that the Obama administration knows how important the pipeline is to Canada but he won't speculate about how much it would damage the relationship should it not be approved.
A little over a year ago, Saulie Zajdel joined Stephen Harper for a happy-hour pub stop in Montreal as the Conservatives' best hope to win their first seat in the city in a quarter-century.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks with Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness as he arrives at Belfast International Airport on June 17, 2013 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Ottawa says Canadian resource companies will soon have to disclose payments they make to governments here and abroad - information that is currently off-limits in Newfoundland and Labrador.
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On the eve of the G8 summit, Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he isn't fooling himself to think that Russia will drop its support of the current Syrian regime.
The fourth person, aged 18, was arrested later that day. He remains in custody and will appear in court Monday.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper adjusts his jacket as he steps off the plane Saturday June 15, 2013 after arriving in Dublin, Ireland.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government has spent $28 million commemorating the War of 1812, and the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage has started a "thorough and comprehensive review of significant aspects of Canadian history."