Conservative leadership candidate Maxime Bernier has welcomed U.S. Donald Trump's swipe at the Canadian dairy industry.
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"For me politics is about trust, and authenticity."
Make no mistake: the Conservatives' leadership race has dramatically set back their party, perhaps for years to come. Among other things, it has revealed the once-great Conservative Party of Canada to be nasty, brutish and short-sighted. By selecting a winner, the Conservative Party of Canada has rendered itself a loser, and wholly undeserving of power.
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"Fresh and wholesome, just like the Conservative Party of Canada."
The party is set to choose a permanent replacement for interim leader Rona Ambrose in May.
He wants the government to hire an additional 200 RCMP officers and an extra 200 agents at the Canada Border Services Agency.
"We can study it as long as we want, we need to attack the core issues."
10 contenders hash things out in Winnipeg.
He's a former public safety minister.
It took Trudeau three days to have a "decent response" on Berlin's terror attack, the Tory MP said.
Conservative leadership hopefuls talk carbon taxes, trade, niqabs.
Steven Blaney faced criticism, mockery for comment.
Some are still working on a bid. Others haven't made up their minds.
Steven Blaney says he'd use the notwithstanding clause.
Steven Blaney is the second Conservative in two days to make such a move.
The federal government has issued guidance to Canada's spy agency on using contentious new anti-terrorism laws.
Not so fast, Steven Blaney says.
And to crack down on over-billing contractors.
The Harper government has withheld millions of dollars for crime-prevention programs — the same programs it cited in pre-election events as proof of its tough-on-crime policies. About $28 million in...
OTTAWA — Canadians are "increasingly likely" to support the legalization or decriminalization of drugs, including marijuana, the public safety minister's top bureaucrat has quietly advised. It's a mes...
Digital hacking collective Anonymous made good late Monday on a threat to release what it says is the first of many secret documents.
Blaney provided few details of the government's response.
Spoiler Alert: The government's characterization of bringing Canada's spy service's capabilities in line with those of allied counterpart is completely inaccurate.
Judge Luc Martineau gave the government until 10 a.m. Tuesday morning to deliver the hard drive to the court.
Canada’s public safety minister really upped the ante in question period on Tuesday.
The Harper government wants to blow the head off the long-gun registry, which was "destroyed" long ago but keeps stumbling back like a zombie. The next return of the dead registry comes Thursday morni...
TORONTO - The federal government has introduced new legislation to speed up the process of removing foreign nationals who have committed serious crimes in Canada.Minister of Public Safety and Emergenc...
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Well, at least they’re consistent.
OTTAWA - The federal government argues that an organization formally branded a terrorist entity last year — and prohibited from raising money — should not be given a state-funded lawyer to wage the fi...
WASHINGTON - A new deal that could lead to wide-ranging changes at the Canada-U.S. border would allow armed customs agents to screen travellers on the other country's soil.That's one aspect of a broad...
OTTAWA - Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney is refusing to comment on reports that a spy enlisted by Canada is suspected of helping three British schoolgirls join the Islamic State group in Iraq.Tur...
OTTAWA - Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney is trying to assure Canadians that proposed anti-terrorism measures won't run roughshod over civil liberties.In his testimony Tuesday at committee hearing...