OTTAWA — Testing of prototypes to replace the federal government's troubled pay system will begin within weeks, but there is no firm deadline for when a new system will be fully launched, the minister in charge of finding a substitute for Phoenix said Wednesday.
TORONTO — The New York Review of Books has amended a personal essay by disgraced former CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi to acknowledge the "serious nature" of the allegations against him, shortly after the editor who oversaw the piece parted ways with the publication.
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. — The Muskrat Falls inquiry has been told that Quebec's hold on the Churchill River's resources has long blocked Newfoundland and Labrador from accessing elusive energy markets.
OTTAWA — More Canadians have likely slathered their late-summer corncobs with American-made butter in recent years — and it had nothing to do with U.S. President Donald Trump's demands for more access to Canada's dairy market.
TORONTO — A lawsuit alleging the Ontario government violated the rights of inmates by placing them inappropriately in solitary confinement can proceed as a class action, a Superior Court judge has ruled.
MONTREAL — With Coalition Avenir Quebec Leader Francois Legault on the sidelines ahead of Thursday's crucial final debate, it was left to a collection of prominent candidates to rally behind him Wednesday.