OTTAWA — The latest in the saga of Sen. Mike Duffy and his Senate expenses appears ready to end with the upper chamber poised to claw back almost $17,000 in disputed expense claims that Duffy says were perfectly legitimate.
OTTAWA — Federal cabinet ministers are set to fan out into their ridings next week as part of a push by the Liberal government to sell its new child benefit just before payments hit bank accounts and mailboxes.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A "massive" federal cut to the northern shrimp quota will drain big money from outport communities along with badly needed jobs, says the head of a Newfoundland and Labrador fisheries union.
OTTAWA — As candidates from Ontario and Quebec have lined up to run for leadership of the federal Conservatives, many have wondered whether anyone from the party's Western heartland was going to join them.
A Toronto-area police force has reminded its officers of a directive regarding the proper search and handling of religious items after a court dismissed a drunk driving charge against a Sikh man whose turban fell off his head during the arrest.