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If this is a government that has nothing to hide, it seems strangely determined to hide it.

Sooner or later, the truth always comes out. But in our system? Not so much

Most fentanyl enters Canada via the mail, thanks to an antiquated law. Why hasn’t the government acted?

For fentanyl importers, Canada Post is the shipping method of choice

Make no mistake: interference with a prosecution by influencing a prosecutor to go lightly or make a deal is a criminal matter.

Trudeau’s ‘sunny ways’ brand can’t survive allegations of full-scale criminality

Upon sniffing the car — her tail wagging and nose bouncing off the van — Doods began to signal there were drugs, but her attempt to sit was impeded by a concrete barrier near the vehicle.

If she doesn’t sit, you must acquit: Man beats drug charge thanks to sniffer dog’s ‘partial’ signal

Members of the Wet'suwet'en First Nation have been preventing company workers from getting through their checkpoints, asserting they can only pass if they have consent from hereditary leaders.

Even when companies do everything by the Aboriginal book, they can’t get shovels in the ground

"What are the Liberals hiding from Canadians?": Peter Kent MP

Opposition presses for answers on MP Raj Grewal’s gambling activities

It remains unclear why Norman has been criminally charged over cabinet leaks but Matchett has not.

Court filings in Mark Norman case offer first details of how a bureaucrat allegedly leaked cabinet documents.

That the work of a respected scholar ended up classified as intellectual spider-venom should sound an earsplitting alarm here in Canada.

A cautionary tale of anti-terrorism run amok in the U.K.