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"There's been so much societal indifference and that is really painful for family members to endure," says organizer Audrey Huntley.
Admiral Michael Rogers took his apology tour to Canada. Can he repair his agency's tattered reputation?
Despite efforts to race the bill through Parliament, the NDP have succeeded in tripping up C-51.
While Thomas Mulcair promises to go to the mat, Justin Trudeau sits on the sidelines.
Until this morning, physician-assisted suicide was a criminal offence in Canada and could result in criminal prosecution for any person who "aids or abets a person to commit suicide."
Some are speculating it's because of a rift between Baird and the prime minister himself.
Documents called "disruption warrants" will let Canada's spies do just about anything in the name of stopping terrorist attacks.
Ottawa has stepped up its support for the Egyptian military regime by openly endorsing a crackdown on political opponents and increasing security ties to the forces carrying it out.
Security, justice, and a (hopefully) balanced budget are all on Harper's to-do list.
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird is holding a second round of meetings to try and liberate Canadian al-Jazeera journalist Mohamed Fahmy.
Job shakeups show that Stephen Harper is looking to focus on security and intelligence in the new year.
Can you hear the awkward silence? That's the sound of government not releasing an annual report on Canada's carbon emission trends amid news that America and China have both made ambitious commitments to curb climate change.