The CRTC has fined two MPs, four political parties and a telemarketer after a "wide-ranging investigation" into the illegal use of robocalls.
Kristy Kirkup, Parliamentary Bureau
The Conservatives moved to cap debate in the Commons Monday on a bill that aims to make it more difficult for offenders deemed “not criminally responsible” to receive early release from mental health institutions.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper apologized Wednesday and said he was in the dark when his chief of staff gave $90,000 to Sen. Mike Duffy — a gift opposition MPs want investigated by the RCMP and probed by Parliament.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper darts off to South America Tuesday as his party and office attempt to put a lid on an explosive Senate firestorm at home.
Significant improvements are required to sustain Canada’s federal search-and-rescue system, said Auditor General Michael Ferguson.
The Achilles heel of the conservative movement is "intemperate and ill considered remarks" which have the ability to hurt the entire family, says Reform Party of Canada godfather and former Opposition leader Preston Manning.
In a bid to clear the record during a storm surrounding Canada's employment insurance program, Prime Minister Stephen Harper insisted Thursday seasonal workers will have continued access to pogey.
Thousands of anti-pipeline protesters gathered in Washington Sunday to urge U.S. President Barack Obama to reject the TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline proposal - a project Prime Minister Stephen Harper has called a "complete no-brainer."
The knives are out for Liberal leadership frontrunner Justin Trudeau now that contenders have kicked off a debate in Mississauga, Ont.
John Duncan is the federal aboriginal affairs minister no more.
An outside auditing firm will probe the "residency declarations and related expenses" of three sitting senators, including Patrick Brazeau who was released from a Quebec jail Friday.
Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence should take a "step back" from her strike efforts in wake of recent inroads made between First Nations and the feds, NDP leader Thomas Mulcair said Sunday.
A Saskatchewan First Nations leader who ran to lead the Assembly of First Nations has suggested all chiefs need to set politics aside and stay united to get the federal government to recognize treaties and grave reserve poverty.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has promised he and his top officials will take a more direct interest in First Nations issues, but First Nations leaders remain deeply divided over how they should deal with the federal government.
Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence, who says she hasn't eaten solid food in weeks to protest the federal government, won't attend a meeting between aboriginal leaders and Prime Minister Stephen Harper Friday because Gov. Gen. David Johnston didn't RSVP.
The protesting chief of the Attawapiskat First Nation brushed aside a damning audit as a "distraction" and said the federal government is using it to undermine her credibility ahead of a key meeting this week with Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
A First Nations chief who launched a personal protest more than three weeks ago says she will not back down until she sees the outcome of a meeting between aboriginal leaders and Prime Minister Stephen Harper next Friday.
First Nations leaders plan to hold a mass meeting at the end of January and Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Gov. Gen. David Johnston are invited.
Aboriginal leaders say a life is at risk because First Nations and the feds continue to be at odds over calls for talks on treaty implementation.
The government's second budget passed in the Commons Wednesday despite outcries from opposition parties, First Nations chiefs and other critics who say the bill is bad for democracy.