OTTAWA — As politicians across the country worry about the consequences of a national carbon tax on family incomes, many experts say the much-touted carbon market in Quebec has so far had little effect on changing citizens' habits.
MUSKRAT FALLS, N.L. — Protesters who broke into the sprawling Muskrat Falls construction site are risking serious injury, the CEO of the Crown corporation in charge of the megaproject said Monday as RCMP shut a key road out of safety concerns.
TORONTO — Allowing long-term Canadian expats to vote in federal elections is not a Constitutional requirement but a policy decision that Parliament has the right to make, the government plans to tell the country's top court.
TORONTO — The CEO of the parent company of Tim Hortons said Monday he plans to keep pushing with an international expansion of the coffee-and-doughnut chain despite softness in the quick-service restaurant industry as well as political unrest and economic uncertainty abroad.