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Immigrant detainees ending hunger strikes

Immigrant detainees held in two facilities in southern Ontario began a hunger strike on July 11th, 2016; this was in support of their demand to...

Green Party issues apology for tactics in BC riding

Canada Elections Commissioner Yves Côté said flyers distributed in the riding during the campaign's final week suggested the local Green candidate, Jo-Ann Roberts, was in...

GMO labelling coming to Canada?

Pierre Luc Dusseault says Canadians want to know if their food is genetically modified, or made with GMO ingredients. He is a member of Parliament...

MP Mauril Belanger gets dying wish in Commons

It now appears all but certain that Canada will soon have a revised, gender- neutral national anthem–a legacy to the perseverance and passion of a...

Defence minister promises to investigate allegations of Afghan detainee abuse

“We take this very seriously, our government is committed to upholding our Canadian and international law obligations,” Sajjan said in the House of Commons in...

Michael Chong enters Conservative leadership race

Michael Chong wants to be leader of Canada's federal Conservative Party, replacing former Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who stepped down from the position following his...

Access to information fees waived

These are the first of many changes to the application of the almost 33-year old law promised by the new Liberal government that was elected...

Maxime Bernier enters Conservative leadership race

Maxime Bernier, a Conservative Member of Parliament from Quebec, announced today he is entering the leadership race. He is the second person to make it...

'A Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian': Liberals repeal Conservative Citizenship Act

Michelle Rempel, the Conservative Party's parliamentary critic on citizenship and immigration matters, called the planned changes to the Citizenship Act “very short-sighted” and “disappointing.” “It...

Chrystia Freeland's TPP tightrope act

But the deal, signed by the previous the Conservative government on Oct. 5 in the middle of the election campaign, has come under criticism not...

Canadian 6-year-old listed as airline “security risk”

The tweets were retweeted several times eventually coming to the attention of the family's local Member of Parliament, and to Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale.

Gun control in Canada

Garry Breitkreuz, now retired, is a former Member of Parliament for the federal Conservative Party. During his time in office he was often a voice...

Activists encourage aboriginal people to vote

said community organizer Allison Dubois from the Pasqua First Nation. The riding has been held by Conservative Member of Parliament Andrew Scheer since 2004. He...

Refugee-support rallies held across Canada

Rose Davies is a student at Brock University in the Niagara region of southern Ontario. She is one of the organizers, associated with 'No One...