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Ottawa orders cellphone providers to cut prices by 25%

OTTAWA–The Liberal government is giving Canada’s big three telecommunications companies two years to slash the price of select cellphone plans by 25 per...

The key players in the Wet’suwet’en dispute — and how they’re...

OTTAWA—From Monday’s dramatic police action against Mohawk activists in Tyendinaga, to Friday’s closed-door meetings in Smithers, B.C. between government ministers and the hereditary...

Alberta pushes to kill Liberal plan to enshrine UN declaration on...

OTTAWA—Justin Trudeau, blamed by the Conservative Opposition for economic damage caused by rail blockades and Teck Resources’ decision to kill a massive oilsands...

OPP’s removal of Tyendinaga barricade ‘changes the dynamic’ in Wet’suwet’en crisis,...

OTTAWA—If Nathan Cullen took a step back from public life because he needed a break, he’s going to have to wait a little...

Justin Trudeau floats replacing RCMP with Indigenous force. Wet’suwet’en chief says...

OTTAWA—The Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs have turned aside new requests by Ottawa to meet, holding firm on demands for the withdrawal of the RCMP...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urges patience as cabinet ministers seek negotiated...

OTTAWA—Justin Trudeau issued a public appeal for patience Tuesday, warning that Canada faces a “critical moment” as behind the scenes, cabinet ministers held...

Wet’suwet’en solidarity gains steam: What’s led to this ‘watershed moment’ in...

VANCOUVER—For Nikki Sanchez, camping at the ceremonial gates of British Columbia’s legislature this week in defence of land that an Indigenous community wants...

Is Teck Resources oilsands project a ‘no win’ for Justin Trudeau?...

OTTAWA—Justin Trudeau faces a restive country enduring protests and rail blockades over a proposed B.C. pipeline. Yet another energy project threatens to deepen...

Here’s what government can — and can’t — do to end...

OTTAWA – A breakthrough could be at hand in the B.C.-based pipeline dispute that has brought traffic to a halt at ports and...

Via Rail and CN suspend service amid Wet’suwet’en blockades

Via Rail has suspended nearly all of its train service across the country “until further notice,” while CN Rail announced a “progressive shutdown”...
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