Peter Nygard will step down from his company and divest his ownership stake, his spokesperson said Tuesday, amid revelations the Canadian fashion mogul is the target of a police investigation in the Bahamas involving allegations of sexual assault.
Mike Bloomberg seized on reports that Russia is interfering in the 2020 presidential election to help Democratic front-runner Bernie Sanders as the party's candidates met on the debate stage for what could be their final prime-time opportunity to change the direction of the nomination fight.
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After insisting for years that she did nothing wrong, Ontario Sen. Lynn Beyak told her colleagues in the upper house today she now accepts that posting racist letters on her Senate website was "ill-considered" — and she regrets the harm she caused by describing the Indian residential school system in positive terms.
MPs in the House of Commons are tonight debating a decision by Teck Resources Ltd. to withdraw its application to build a massive oilsands project in northern Alberta, citing the ongoing debate over climate policy in Canada.
Nearly two dozen people have been arrested after refusing to leave blockades across B.C. on Tuesday, after they came together in support of Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs.
The Teck Frontier project didn't deserve to be framed as a do-or-die test of political attitudes towards the energy sector and climate change. The fact that it was shows just how little progress we've made in this country in reconciling economic and environmental goals.
Joe Biden is staring down what could be the end of his political career. The former U.S. vice-president's campaign is hobbling toward its do-or-die moment this weekend in South Carolina. Katie Simpson looks at the major challenges facing Biden.
Conservative leadership candidate Peter MacKay said today that he won't repeal the legalization of recreational cannabis use if he becomes prime minister.
Albertans may soon be able to recall MLAs, municipal councillors, mayors and school board trustees, the government said Tuesday in its throne speech.
Mohawk leaders in Kahnawake, south of Montreal, are defying a court order to dismantle a rail barricade they erected just over two weeks ago, and warned authorities against trying to enforce it.
Stock markets fell for the second day in a row on Tuesday, wiping out gains since the start of the year, as fear over the coronavirus is spreading even faster than the virus itself.