News Canada

Minister of Finance Bill Morneau delivers the federal budget in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Wednesday March 22, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Liberal budget plan is failing

In listening to Finance Minister Bill Morneau deliver his government’s 2017 Budget, it’s clearly evident the minister and his government believe their plan is working.

SQ and MUC officers try to clear up Highway 520 near Cavendish road on Wednesday March 15, 2017 following massive snow storm that left many motorists stranded overnight. (Pierre Obendrauf / MONTREAL GAZETTE)

Quebec launches inquiry into epic snow storm

With opposition calls for heads to roll and angry victims launching a class action suit, Premier Philippe Couillard has launched an inquiry into how 300 motorists ended up stranded overnight Tuesday on Highway 13 during a blizzard.

Karim Baratov (Facebook)

Accused Yahoo hacker living posh life

Karim Baratov transformed himself from a “nerdy introverted” computer science high school student to a flashy, expensive car and body-building enthusiast in a few short years.

In advance of International Women’s Day, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau joined CARE Canada’s Walk In Her Shoes event on Parliament Hill, March 7, 2017. (Tony Caldwell/Postmedia Network)

PM's wife slammed over Instagram post

On the eve of International Women's Day, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau got backlash on social media for an Instagram post encouraging people to celebrate the men in their lives.

Conservative leadership candidate Kevin O'Leary. (David Bloom/Postmedia Network)

Close immigration 'loophole': O'Leary

Refugees who cross illegally into Canada from the United States are exploiting a “loophole” that should be closed, federal Conservative leadership candidate Kevin O’Leary says.

Candidate Kellie Leitch speaks during the Conservative Party of Canada leadership debate in Edmonton on Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Ian Kucerak / Postmedia

Leadership hopefuls duke it out

A sold-out Maclab Theatre in Edmonton wasn't shy about giving feedback to federal Conservative leader hopefuls Tuesday night.From enthusiastic booing of Michael Chong over his proposed revenue-neutral carbon tax, to cheers for Andrew Scheer's supposition that many Albertans have "premier envy" with his home province Saskatchewan, it was the largest