With just over three months until Canada’s federal election, the process of assessing the current government, and contemplating the future of the country with a new party in power, is starting to ramp up for Canadians.
Yahoo Canada polled its readers about the Doug Ford government deciding to cancel the Canada Day event hosted at Queen's Park in Toronto this year.
With Canada Day less than a week away, Doug Ford's Ontario government has decided to cancel the celebration at Queen's Park this year.
Facing declining approval ratings, Doug Ford's government is taking a five-month summer break from the legislature. But do Ford's policies impact your opinion of the federal conservatives?
Highly restrictive abortion legislation has been passed in several U.S. states, prompting outcry from Americans. It’s also made waves up north, with Canadians examining the country’s own policies on abortion.
Toronto’s Mayor John Tory didn’t mince words this morning when he called out the Ontario government's encroachment on the city’s municipal affairs.
Biodegradable bags are turning out to be less effective at breaking down than once thought, and that's just the first issue with recycling in Canada.
Domestic and international travellers in Terminal 3 at Toronto Pearson International Airport can now order Uber Eats to the gate before a flight.
As the SNC-Lavalin scandal persists, Liberal MPs must now decide whether Jody Wilson-Raybould should be removed from the caucus.
Do you think a tax on single-use containers would help to reduce waste in landfills, or do you think it might disproportionately harm businesses?
So what should media in Canada do in light of the Christchurch attack? Maintain the status quo by repeating the shooter's name or move in a new direction by refusing to publish it?
If you’re longing to spend your summer on the beach in the south of France or have a winter getaway to ski the alps, it might be a bit more difficult. The European Union has announced the European Travel Information and Authorization System (EITAS) will take effect in 2021.
Treasury Board president Jane Philpott says she's stepping down from her post amid the SNC-Lavalin controversy. The Markham-Stouffville MP was also the minister of digital government.
"Beverly Hills, 90210" actor Luke Perry died Monday in Burbank, Calif., after suffering a massive stroke last Wednesday.
In the wake of Jody Wilson-Raybould’s testimony on the SNC-Lavalin controversy, Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has called for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to resign. “Justin Trudeau simply cannot continue to govern this country now that Canadians know what he has done,” Scheer said.
Jagmeet Singh is finally going to get the chance to represent the NDP in Parliament, but there are several roadblocks on his path to becoming prime minister.
Alberta's transportation minister says photo radar systems are being used as "cash cows" by municipalities as a way to collect revenue without improving safety.
A Change.org petition suggesting that the U.S. should sell Montana to Canada has collected thousands of signatures supporting the idea.
The SNC-Lavalin controversy has created an opportunity for NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh to make a much-needed splash for his party, and that starts with a Feb. 25 byelection in Burnaby South, political experts say.
A Burnaby, B.C., resident writes a letter to a local publication saying he's "disgusted" by NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh running in a riding he's not from.