Justice Minister David Lametti is expected to field questions about the legal advice the federal government received before invoking the Emergencies Act to deal with anti-public health measure protests last winter when he testifies before the public inquiry later today.
The World Cup of Soccer promises some of the most dramatic moments in sports. And when the stakes are high, some people choke. IDEAS contributor Peter Brown looks at why our skills desert us when it matters most, and what can be done to avoid the dreaded performance choke.
Three parents and a former staff member are speaking out, alleging children were subjected to holds and seclusion at Jack Hulland Elementary School in the recent past. The Yukon RCMP are investigating.
The Bank of Canada has become a political football, but Deputy Governor Carolyn Rogers insists she welcomes the attention so she can explain central banking to Canadians. Some say she clearly still has more work to do.
Toronto-run Lakeshore Lodge is part of a pilot project to improve care in its long-term care facilities. It's the first of the city's municipally-run long-term care homes to receive extra funding to make the care more resident-centred.
Government ministers are among the final witnesses giving evidence on the decision to invoke the Emergencies Act to end the Ottawa convoy protests. Here's a breakdown of the inquiry's mission, the biggest revelations so far, and what will happen next.
Two Vancouver officers used an interview room in police headquarters to shoot a video mocking internal sexual harassment investigations and then shared it with their colleagues, according to a new report from B.C.'s Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner.