Still investigating: RCMP say too early to know what happened in Broncos crash

REGINA — It could be weeks or even months before police know why a truck was in a rural Saskatchewan intersection when it crashed with a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos hockey... Read more »

Civil rights groups worried about G7 summit in Quebec

It was a nightmare that should never be repeated. Back in 2010, the Muskoka region, north of Toronto, hosted the G20 summit and protesters, who really had no idea what they were... Read more »

Liberals give themselves $7 billion as slush fund to use as they wish

The federal Liberal government has come up with a new way to protect itself against budgetary mistakes. It just created a $7-billion “slush fund.” Worried about that pile of money being available... Read more »

Kinder Morgan CEO says recent events confirm Trans Mountain may be ‘untenable’

CALGARY — The CEO of Kinder Morgan says events in recent days have reinforced his concerns about the viability of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion project. “It’s become clear this particular... Read more »

Ont. Premier Wynne calls PC Leader Ford a ‘bully,’ says he’s just like Trump

TORONTO — Tensions between Ontario’s premier and the leader of the Opposition escalated Wednesday as Kathleen Wynne accused Doug Ford of being just like U.S. President Donald Trump, in what experts predict... Read more »

It’s time to end all the madness and suspend third-country deal

It has started again. Illegal immigrants shunned by U.S. President Donald Trump are flooding over the Canada-U.S. border into Quebec, forcing Canadian officials to call in the RCMP to welcome them in... Read more »

Trudeau to meet Queen, compare notes with British PM Theresa May in London

LONDON — An audience with the Queen will highlight Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s first full day in the United Kingdom on Wednesday, as he nears the end of a three-country tour that... Read more »

Liberal member withdraws from caucus amid sexual misconduct allegations

QUEBEC — A Liberal member of the Quebec legislature was forced out of caucus Tuesday as word emerged he was being investigated for alleged sexual misconduct and harassment. According to a Cogeco... Read more »

Expansion of Industrial Conservation Initiative (ICI): What It Means for HOEP and Ontario’s GA

Unraveling Ontario’s complicated energy pricing system can be a challenge. Ontario-based industries have been paying more for their electricity than any other province, with the price continuing to rise substantially every year.... Read more »

Canada opens the door for disabled immigrants

If you thought it couldn’t get worse, you were wrong. With 4.9 million Canadians living in poverty in this country, 30,000 of them with no place to call home each and every... Read more »