EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says she doesn't believe British Columbia's legal challenge to the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion has merit, but her government will be watching closely and won't give its neighbour a free ride on it.
QUEBEC — Premier Philippe Couillard suggested Friday he's open to giving Bombardier a contract to replace Montreal's subway cars in order to stave off potential job losses at the company's plant north of Quebec City.
TORONTO — Ezra Levant's Rebel Media has teamed up with a wealth management firm to launch a retirement saving fund geared toward Canadians who want to invest in the highly controversial and conservative online news site.
OTTAWA — The Trudeau government's upcoming budget will account for the costs of pursuing gender equality when it comes to workers' pay in both the federal public service and all federally regulated workplaces, The Canadian Press has learned.
WINNIPEG — Hundreds marched through the streets of Winnipeg a day after a jury acquitted a man accused of killing a 15-year-old Indigenous girl whose body, wrapped in a blanket and weighed down by rocks, was pulled from a river.