RCMP documents suggest that Senator Mike Duffy’s problems are not restricted to his housing and travel claims, but also focus on the murky financial relationship with an old friend.

NDP hopeful Linda McQuaig may have come up short at the ballot box, but the battle to fill former Liberal MP Bob Rae's seat in the House of Co

The NDP is once again taking its fight over satellite offices to the gates of the Board of Internal Economy (BOIE).

Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney has announced the deportation of 20 members of what has been described as Canada's largest human trafficking ring.

Leona Aglukkaq, Nunavut's MP and Canada's Minister of Environment, had strong words against Greenpeace in her keynote address at the Inuit Circumpolar Council's

The RCMP served Mike Duffy’s lawyer with the official charge sheet early Monday, outlining the 31 criminal code violations the suspended former Conservative senator is accused of committing.

A new internal government report has once again raised questions about the Harper government's penchant for sending large teams of Canadian election monitors to Ukraine.

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May is offering to co-operate with the NDP and the Liberals when it comes to running candidates in the next federal election.

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Community groups, no longer willing to wait for a national inquiry, have launched an online database documenting the brutal deaths and disappearan

Life at the Ontario Legislature has mostly been civil since the Liberals won a majority government last month.

Liberal Senator Céline Hervieux-Payette is determined to speed up the glacial pace at which women are cracking the ranks of corporate boards of directors.

Conservative MP Dan Albas says recent court decisions that call on the government to change legislation amount to a trend.

The top Palestinian diplomat in Canada urged Hamas on Friday to stop shooting rockets into Israel while calling on Canada to leverage its friendship with the Israelis to persuade them to halt their ground offensive into Gaza.

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May has no plans to pull her endorsement of a motion that would see the party "fully condemn all illegal Israeli settlement expansions" as "undeniable obstacles to the Israel-Palestine peace

Andrei Anghel, a 24-year-old from Ajax, Ont., was on Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17, which crashed Thursday in Eastern Ukraine, CBC News has confirmed.

Former Senator Mike Duffy is facing 31 charges of fraud, breach of trust and bribery.

after a 10-week break.