Alberta Sen. Scott Tannas says he has travelled to Hawaii during the holidays. Watch video →
The decision to part ways with Cory Armfelt, who had held the position since January 2017, was made during a town council meeting on Monday. Continue reading →
In all of American history, no former president has been charged with criminal behaviour after a term in office, says Thomas Klassen of York University. Continue reading →
It was hard not to feel emotional today, as the world watched for more than four hours as rioters stormed into and throughout the Capitol building in Washington to disrupt the certification of the election win of incoming U.S. President-Elect Joe Bid...
Alberta’s NDP is demanding the premier tell Albertans exactly what he has planned for the restrictions put in place last month to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Continue reading →
Alberta premier Jason Kenney tweeted about supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump storming the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, saying that “political violence is always wrong.” Continue reading →
The prime minister took an hour of his day to have a thorough conversation virtually with an Edmonton Grade 6 class on Tuesday. Continue reading →
The Progressive Conservative government says a new lineup of ministers will be announced Tuesday, including the possibility of a second health minister. Continue reading →
Labor says it will ‘take 146 years’ to get to net-zero emissions as climate protesters clash with police | Australian politics
Labor says it will “take 146 years” to reach net-zero emissions under the Coalition’s current climate projections. The comments came as protesters calling for the declaration of a “climate emergency” clashed with police in Melbourne. Addressing a Pac...
OTTAWA — The House of Commons has adjourned for a six-week Christmas break without resolving a dispute over how it should resume in the new year. A motion that has allowed the Commons to sit in a hybrid format throughout the fall — with about 80 MPs...