With files from Liam Harrap, Maureen McEwan and Maggie Parkhill On Tuesday Prime Minister Justin Trudeau approved the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain and Enbridge Line pipelines while rejecting the Northern Gateway pipeline. At a press conference late in the afternoon, Trudeau, flanked by several prominent ministers, made the announcement regarding Canada’s economic future. The announcement was eagerly awaited in question period...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau focused on the strength of Canada’s relationship with Cuba when challenged in the House of Commons today about his his weekend remarks on the death of Fidel Castro, which many criticized as too glowing.
Christmas markets are a wonderful way to get into the holiday spirit. With handmade crafts showcased by local artists, delicious baked goods, and unique ornaments, there’s sure to be something to satisfy any Christmas shopping list. One of our reporters, Marina Wang, went to the Glebe Community Centre Christmas market a couple of weeks ago. Check out her photos to get a sneak peek of what might be in store at the rest of this...
The victorious return of the Grey Cup to Ottawa after 40 years became a family affair.
Crowds of school children joined the victory parade because freezing rain gave many a snow day.
Transparency and equality were the key recommendations made on a national drug plan proposal at a meeting on Parliament Hill today.
Carleton University launched an inaugural Giving Tuesday campaign of its own in support of the charity day announcement made by Mayor Jim Watson this morning.