Tropical storm Hermine could bring rain to Maritimes

Tropical storm Hermine could bring rain to Maritimes

Storm expected to be a hurricane when it hits Florida Tropical storm Hermine will not whack the Maritimes as a hurricane, but it could bring some serious rain at the end of More »

Justice for families requires MMIW inquiry investigate role of police: Neil Macdonald

Justice for families requires MMIW inquiry investigate role of police: Neil Macdonald

Indigenous affairs minister says it’s up to commissioners to ‘put teeth’ into terms of reference More »

Pay equity cases: Determining inequity can be ‘enormously complex’

Pay equity cases: Determining inequity can be ‘enormously complex’

Postal workers union fighting for pay equity for rural letter carriers, who are mainly female More »

NEB’s Energy East hearings in Montreal cancelled after protesters storm room

NEB’s Energy East hearings in Montreal cancelled after protesters storm room

The National Energy Board hearings in Montreal into the proposed $15.7-billion Energy East pipeline were cancelled early into the proceedings More »

Postal workers delay possible job action for 24 hours

Postal workers delay possible job action for 24 hours

The threat of possible job action by Canada Post workers has been placed on hold for 24 hours. More »

 

Tropical storm Hermine could bring rain to Maritimes

rain

Storm expected to be a hurricane when it hits Florida Tropical storm Hermine will not whack the Maritimes as a hurricane, but it could bring some serious rain at the end of the long weekend, says CBC meteorologist Peter Coade.

Justice for families requires MMIW inquiry investigate role of police: Neil Macdonald

missing-murdered-indigenous-women-protest

Indigenous affairs minister says it’s up to commissioners to ‘put teeth’ into terms of reference

Pay equity cases: Determining inequity can be ‘enormously complex’

canada-post-talks-20160830

Postal workers union fighting for pay equity for rural letter carriers, who are mainly female

NEB’s Energy East hearings in Montreal cancelled after protesters storm room

neb-protest

The National Energy Board hearings in Montreal into the proposed $15.7-billion Energy East pipeline were cancelled early into the proceedings

Postal workers delay possible job action for 24 hours

canada-post-strike-20160705

The threat of possible job action by Canada Post workers has been placed on hold for 24 hours.

Trudeau ends Harper’s tradition of attending Arctic military exercise

harper-north-20140825

Operation Nanook is viewed as the most important for asserting Canadian sovereignty

Liberals probe unpaid internships in federal government

government-advertising-20160512

Treasury Board President Scott Brison asks bureaucrats why departments are not paying interns

Health Minister Jane Philpott accused of misleading Parliament on limo tab

health-minister-jane-philpott

Minister failed to disclose costly limousine ride in documents tabled in House of Commons

Inflation in Canada dips to 1.3% in July

two-dollar-gasoline

Retail sales unexpectedly fall

National Farmers Union slams racist online comments following fatal Biggar, Sask. shooting

Another group is speaking out against online racist remarks following the death of a 22-year-old indigenous man on a rural Saskatchewan property. On Wednesday, the National Farmers Union issued a statement, saying it wanted to “express our profound sadness over