OTTAWA — The Conservative government is rushing to introduce legislation that expands law enforcement powers in ways that
A former Republican governor used the actions of Canada’s sergeant-at-arms to take a swipe at U.S. President Barack Obama’s
Twitter exploded with comments by people wondering how Michael Zehaf-Bibeau could get a gun in Canada. The myth is that private citizens can't own guns. While the country doesn't have something along the lines of a Second Amendment to the Constitution, citizens can own guns. That's because the Canadian system is more about licensing and registration than restriction. And even that's been watered down in the last few years.
OTTAWA — Security practices on Parliament Hill will have to change following Wednesday’s shooting, Canada’s parliamentarians
Kevin Vickers received a hero’s welcome Thursday as he walked into the House of Commons, carrying a ceremonial gold mace
OTTAWA -- A man was detained by police this morning not far from Stephen Harper as the prime minister stopped by the National
Confronted with the senselessness of this tragedy, and given how many details have yet to emerge, understanding the implications of this horrific act is difficult. But it seems clear that this is more than merely an issue of national security -- it is an issue of national identity. Rarely have Canadians so acutely felt a sense of collective loss. The easy thing to do is to respond to this tragedy with anger, rashness, and xenophobia. Already, some pundits have found a way to politicize these events -- to call for a barricading of public spaces, a reform of the gun registry, and a military presence on the Hill. All of these things may indeed be sorely needed. But they are beside the point.
Ottawa Police confirmed Thursday morning one shooter was responsible in the attack on the nation’s capital that left one
As Canada continues to mourn the loss of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo in Ottawa, one retired veteran is honouring the fallen soldier
NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair addressed the nation Wednesday night, hours after a gunman killed a Canadian soldier at the National
The shootings in Ottawa today prompted many Canadians across the country to turn to Twitter to voice their thoughts. But