Justin Trudeau has unveiled the Liberal alternative to the Harper government's economic plan: hike taxes for the wealthiest one per cent to pay for more generous child benefits and an across-the-board income tax cut for the middle class. Watch Employment Minister Pierre Poilievre's reaction live. […]
Auditor General Michael Ferguson has issued final audit letters to senators, including a handful whose expense claims are being flagged for egregious patterns of behaviour, CBC News has learned. Sources tell CBC News that the RCMP are watching the results of the audits closely.
The judge in the Mike Duffy trial should be able to consider a Senate report that included the findings of an outside auditor because it's a public document that has 'inherent reliability," the suspended senator's lawyer argued in court today.
Joe Oliver addressed critics of his decision to nearly double the limit for Tax Free Savings Accounts in a speech today at the Canadian Club in Toronto, saying it would be good for the economy for the government to have less and Canadians to have more.
The signs pointing to an NDP victory in tomorrow's Alberta election are stronger than those favouring Wildrose in 2012. Can the PCs defy the odds again? Polls analyst Eric Grenier looks at the latest numbers.
The decision to grant bail to former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr while he appeals his war crimes conviction in the United States will not damage relations between Canada and its southern neighbour, according to the U.S. State Department.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican Mike Huckabee, a former Baptist pastor and unabashed culture warrior, enters the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday facing competition for the support of social conservatives who backed him in 2008.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton said on Monday he would continue to give paid speeches while his wife, Hillary Clinton, runs for president amid criticism of the income her family draws from people, including foreigners, with business before the U.S. government.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton said on Monday he will continue to give paid speeches while his wife, Hillary Clinton, runs for president amid criticism of the income her family draws from people, including foreigners, with business before the U.S. government.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former Hewlett-Packard Co Chief Executive Carly Fiorina on Monday announced she is running for president, and took a shot at Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, who she said represents a political class that Americans are "disgusted" with.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Federal authorities charged New York state Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son on Monday with engaging in a corruption scheme, in the latest of a string of criminal cases against politicians in the state's capital of Albany.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson slammed "slick politicians" in both parties as he launched his bid on Monday for the 2016 Republican nomination for president, casting himself as a problem-solver whose experience sets him apart from the field.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Monday to review the legality of an Obama administration regulation aimed at encouraging efficiency in the electricity market by having electrical grid operators pay users to reduce consumption at peak times.
Carly Fiorina puts her time as CEO of Hewlett-Packard at the center of her qualifications for high office, but her critics quickly pounced on that record as she announced her campaign for president Monday.
U.S. Navy warships will begin accompanying British-flagged commercial cargo vessels through the Strait of Hormuz, something they've already been doing with US-flagged vessels, Pentagon spokesman Col. Steve Warren announced Monday.