Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the initial recommendations of a government-picked advisory team are aimed at boosting Canada's economic growth. The growth council's suggestions include ramping up permanent immigration.
A woman threw pumpkin seeds at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he was leaving an event in Hamilton on Friday. The woman, who was earlier holding a banner reading "no new pipelines," was taken away by RCMP officers.
At a sentencing hearing for Bruce Carson, the Crown asked a judge to fine the former Stephen Harper adviser $50,000 for illegal lobbying. Carson was found guilty in September of three counts under the Lobbying Act.
An 80-year-old woman known as the "Internet Black Widow" has agreed to drop objections to restrictions imposed on her and sign a new two-year peace bond. Melissa Ann Shepard gained notoriety for killing and poisoning her partners.
Health Minister Jane Philpott says she will be "fair" with her provincial counterparts ahead of health accord talks, but says her focus is on improving the health-care system and ensuring federal funds are "used for health."
First lady Michelle Obama says Donald Trump's crude sexual comments about women should not be seen as "politics as usual."
College students are often encouraged to speak up if they hear remarks condoning sexual assault. But many believe Donald Trump's recent remarks about "locker room banter" hurt the fight against sexual violence on campus.