Thursday, June 20, 2024
OTTAWA — A former military leader who was accused of sexual misconduct in 2021 is suing the federal government, the Armed Forces and his accuser, claiming he was maliciously prosecuted for political reasons. Lt.-Gen. Steven Whelan filed a statement of...
As the month of May nears its end, Canadian residents can expect one more monthly payment from the Government of Canada. The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) is being paid out soon and eligible Canadians can be entitled to hundreds of dollars this month....
OTTAWA — The Federal Court has certified another class-action lawsuit against the Canadian Armed Forces filed by a man who says he faced discrimination and stigmatization because of his mental health. Dan Thomas will represent plaintiffs who allege their mental-health...
QUEBEC — The federal government says it has reached a deal with Canadian National Railway Company to acquire the historic Quebec Bridge. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told reporters in Quebec City that Ottawa will spend $1 billion over the next...
You can now file taxes in Canada but you might not get the most out of your return if you don't know what not to do. There are tax mistakes that could have you missing out on getting money from the government, including through...
REGINA — Hudson's Bay Company is pulling out of Regina, announcing it will close its only department store in Saskatchewan's capital city next year. HBC says in an email that it has decided not to renew its lease at Cornwall...
The Canadian passport is ranked among the strongest in the world, allowing holders to travel visa-free to over 180 countries globally. But it turns out Canadians are paying a lot for that privilege. A new study ranked the most expensive passports across the...
OTTAWA — An increase in the cost to send a letter in Canada took effect Monday. The cost of stamps purchased in a booklet, coil or pane is now 99 cents per stamp, an increase of seven cents. The price of...
OTTAWA (Reuters) - The Bank of Canada is getting closer to being able to start cutting interest rates from their current 23-year highs, Governor Tiff Macklem said on Wednesday. In opening remarks to the Senate banking committee, Macklem said: "We...
While several MPs and senators say they were only recently made aware of China-backed hackers targeting them, the Communications Security Establishment (CSE), one of Canada's intelligence agencies, says it shared information about the incident with parliamentary officials in June...
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