Register or login today to start collecting Courier points!

           | 

National News

More work needed to achieve gender equality: Supreme Court chief justice

CALGARY - The head of the Supreme Court of Canada says progress is being made in attracting more women to the legal profession.

Tory MP tweaks bill that would hand more power to Parliament, grassroots

OTTAWA - Michael Chong says his bill to rebalance power between MPs and leaders affects all parties, so he's intent on getting all-party support.

Inuit land claims group organizing giant sealfie to protest Ellen's Oscar selfie

IQALUIT, Nunavut - A group that oversees Inuit land claims is organizing a giant photo op to counter the celebrity selfie taken by Ellen Degeneres at the Oscars last month.

Finance Minister Oliver pledges tax relief for families once budget balanced

TORONTO - The federal government will move to provide tax relief for families after balancing the budget next year, Finance Minister Joe Oliver said Monday in his first speech to a Bay Street audience since taking over the post last month.

Study finds new approach to homelessness saves money, keeps people off street

OTTAWA - New conclusions by the Mental Health Commission of Canada suggest the "housing first" approach to battling homelessness is showing real results.

QuickSketch of Coalition Leader Francois Legault

MONTREAL - Quebecers will vote in a provincial election Monday. Here is a sketch of Coalition Leader Francois Legault:

Victoria McDonald's, two others, blacklisted, could face criminal prosecution

OTTAWA - The federal government has blacklisted a McDonald's franchise in Victoria, along with two other employers, while it investigates alleged misuses of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.

Canadian journalist marks 100 days in Cairo prison, family says he's 'fed up'

As Mohamed Fahmy marked 100 days in a Cairo prison on Monday, the family of the Egyptian-Canadian journalist said the man is "fed up" with being held on what they call a ridiculous set of charges.

Canadian journalist marks 100 days in Cairo prison, family says he's 'fed up'

As Mohamed Fahmy marked 100 days in a Cairo prison on Monday, the family of the Egyptian-Canadian journalist said the man is "fed up" with being held on what they call a ridiculous set of charges.

Fate of man accused in student's 'webcam' murder now in jury's hands

TORONTO - The fate of a man accused in the death of a York University student from China is now in the hands of a jury.

Page 50 of 52

Latest Poll

Are you in favour of the Kelowna Farmers Market moving downtown?

27.9%
72.1%
Loading...