First major cruise ship sails icy Northwest Passage this summer

Still up for debate whether August voyage 'entirely safe,' warns Arctic scholar.

Requests for border agency travel records soared after 2011

Feds continuing investigations into citizenship fraud, says IRCC.

National security policy under review, says Goodale

Cyber security also being reviewed in cabinet.

Lobbying firm cuts ties with Davie, takes on Irving amid Liberal shipbuilding review

Shipbuilder accuses FleishmanHillard of 'selling to the highest bidder' after it takes on competitor.

Military leaders paint partial picture of Iraq, experts say

US-led coalition in Libya seems likely.

Canada leads meeting on ‘highly political’ grains trade issue

Liberals continue international push started under Harper government.

Carr replaces McKenna as chair of powerful defence committee

As membership revealed, sources say shipbuilding scuffles prompted secrecy.

Indian model could be trouble for Canada

Negotiating paper shows possible rough spots for India FIPA talks.

Liberals release details of Harper-era budget cuts

They shed more light on nearly $2 billion in cuts from 2012.

Fair Elections Act, niqab debate panned in international observer report on 2015 election

Despite concerns, report authors gave Elections Canada a thumbs up.

Canada sought to reassure Japan in TPP letter

Ottawa keen to create lumber trade committee.

Dutch military chief lauds 'major' Canadian role in ISIS fight

'The actions of Turkey are being deconflicted in such a way that they do not affect the goal of the coalition.'

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