Yet the federal ethics commissioner says she should not face sanctions.
Three MPs from different parties sit down to talk about how they’re processing partisan disinformation in the information age.
The Liberals' newly announced supports for media would have no impact on the day-to-day decisions of any working journalist.
The fall economic statement is expected to include help for the struggling news industry.
The Conservative ethics critic says Tories are "deeply concerned."
"No individual will tell me to do something."
At least the meeting wasn't held behind closed doors this time.
Mario Dion is slated to start his seven-year term in January.
NDP MP Don Davies wants an apology to victims of the opioid crisis.
Foreign affairs minister lauds actions government has taken.
In their own words.
Russia, China, Saudi Arabia, and Cuba seek re-election on UN Human Rights Council.
PM’s office won’t weigh on on country’s justice system.
Peter Kent also gave kudos to two Liberal MPs.
The minister says he raised human rights issues behind closed doors.
Documents obtained by DeSmog Canada reveal that Canada's Ministry of Environment vetoed an interview request on toxins in fur-bearing animals in the oilsands, even though the federal scientist was "media trained and interested in doing the interview."
The former professional stunt double for Arnold Schwarzenegger committed to the fiery stunt if voter turnout improved.
Recent cuts to Environment Canada's operating budget have left the department a shadow of its former self and unable to enforce what little environmental laws are left. The Harper Government has burned enough environmental legislation to keep the Minister warm for an entire winter in her home in chilly Gjoa Haven. Nero fiddles while Rome burns.
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