The Liberal government is signalling its plan to stem the flow of asylum seekers crossing into Canada at unofficial entry points with a new border-enforcement strategy aimed at detecting, intercepting and removing irregular migrants.
Tuesday's federal budget has drawn a key battle line for the coming federal election, with the Liberals offering a spending plan they say gives Canadians hope for the future as the Conservatives promise a more fiscally prudent platform.
The Senate's ethics officer says Sen. Lynn Beyak violated the upper chamber's conflict-of-interest code by posting racist letters about Indigenous people on her website.
Faced with an anxious dairy industry poised to complicate the next federal election for the Liberals — particularly in rural ridings in Quebec and Ontario — the federal Liberals are reviving the previous Conservative…
Bill Morneau’s fourth budget is in the books, and that’s a good thing since he didn’t get a chance to deliver his speech in the Commons on Tuesday because of the din made by Conservative MPs determined to keep
Canadians will soon be able to lodge complaints with an independent watchdog if they feel they were mistreated by a border officer.
This week on the midweek podcast, Chris Hall sits down with CBC's finance reporters and the Parliamentary Bureau chief to break down the initial winners and losers of Tuesday's budget.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau has delivered his fourth budget — a document that includes billions in new spending meant to tackle what he called Canadians' economic "anxieties": millennials struggling to buy homes, dislocated workers…
The federal Liberal government plans to spend $4.5 billion over the next five years to try to narrow the socio-economic gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people — part of a plan to keep reconciliation at the forefront of this